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Title: Nanopore-based single molecule mass spectrometry
Description: Each molecule passing through the nanopore can be identified by monitoring the change it causes in an ionic current flowing across the membrane. When different molecules (purple and green objects) enter the pore (green shown in inset), each reduces the current by a certain amount and time period (shown by corresponding color scheme in the current diagram below), depending on both its size and ability to attract nearby ions (red dots). The NIST model can be used to extract this information, which might be used to identify and characterize biomarkers for medical applications.

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See also http://www.nist.gov/pml/div683/nanopores_062310.cfm.
Subjects (names):
Topics/Categories: Electronics--Semiconductors
Type: Graphic/illustration
Source: National Institute of Standards and Technology
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Credit: NIST
AV Number: 10EEEL013
Date Created: 2010
Date Entered: 6/23/2010

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