University of Washington
Nanopore Physics Lab
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Molecular Dynamics Study of MspA Arginine-Mutants Predicts Slow DNA Translocations and Ion Current
Blockades Indicative of DNA Sequence.
Reading DNA at single-nucleotide resolution with a mutant MspA nanopore and phi29 DNA polymerase
MspA Nanopores from Subunit Dimers.
Nucleotide Discrimination with DNA Immobilized in the MspA Nanopore
Unsupported planar lipid membranes formed from mycolic acids of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Nanopore DNA sequencing with MspA
Single-molecule DNA detection with an engineered MspA protein nanopore
potential and challenges of nanopore sequencing
Ionic current blockades
from DNA and RNA molecules in the alpha-hemolysin nanopore.
Determination of RNA
orientation during translocation through a biological nanopore.
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Update: January 30, 2013