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* S. Thomas, A.C. Rajan†, M.R. Rezapour, and K.S. Kim, In Search of a Two-Dimensional Material for DNA Sequencing, J. Phys. Chem. C 118 (20), 10855 (2014).
 
* S. Thomas, A.C. Rajan†, M.R. Rezapour, and K.S. Kim, In Search of a Two-Dimensional Material for DNA Sequencing, J. Phys. Chem. C 118 (20), 10855 (2014).
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* K.K. Saha, M. Drndić, and B.K. Nikolić, DNA Base-Specific Modulation of Microampere Transverse Edge Currents through a Metallic Graphene Nanoribbon with a Nanopore, Nano Lett. 12 (1), 50 (2012).
 
* A. Barati Farimani, K. Min, and N.R. Aluru, DNA Base Detection Using a Single-Layer MoS2, ACS Nano 8 (8), 7914 (2014).
 
* A. Barati Farimani, K. Min, and N.R. Aluru, DNA Base Detection Using a Single-Layer MoS2, ACS Nano 8 (8), 7914 (2014).
* K. Liu, J. Feng, A. Kis, and A. Radenovic, Atomically Thin Molybdenum Disulfide Nanopores with High Sensitivity for DNA Translocation, ACS Nano 8 (3), 2504 (2014).
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* [K. Liu, J. Feng, A. Kis, and A. Radenovic, Atomically Thin Molybdenum Disulfide Nanopores with High Sensitivity for DNA Translocation, ACS Nano 8 (3), 2504 (2014).]
 
* R.G. Amorim and R.H. Scheicher , Silicene as a new potential DNA sequencing device, Nanotechnology 26 (15), 154002 (2015).
 
* R.G. Amorim and R.H. Scheicher , Silicene as a new potential DNA sequencing device, Nanotechnology 26 (15), 154002 (2015).

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Thema
2D materials for translocating and sensing DNA
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Betreuer
Maria Fyta

Contents

In this topic, the use of novel two dimensional (2D) materials for producing nanopores is discussed. The variety of 2D materials already used for nanopores and their characteristics will be outlined.

Literature

  • L. Liang, J-W. Shen, Z. Zhang, and Q. Wang, DNA sequencing by two-dimensional materials: As theoretical modeling meets experiments, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, doi: 10.1016/j.bios.2015.12.037 (2015).
  • S. Thomas, A.C. Rajan†, M.R. Rezapour, and K.S. Kim, In Search of a Two-Dimensional Material for DNA Sequencing, J. Phys. Chem. C 118 (20), 10855 (2014).
  • K.K. Saha, M. Drndić, and B.K. Nikolić, DNA Base-Specific Modulation of Microampere Transverse Edge Currents through a Metallic Graphene Nanoribbon with a Nanopore, Nano Lett. 12 (1), 50 (2012).
  • A. Barati Farimani, K. Min, and N.R. Aluru, DNA Base Detection Using a Single-Layer MoS2, ACS Nano 8 (8), 7914 (2014).
  • [K. Liu, J. Feng, A. Kis, and A. Radenovic, Atomically Thin Molybdenum Disulfide Nanopores with High Sensitivity for DNA Translocation, ACS Nano 8 (3), 2504 (2014).]
  • R.G. Amorim and R.H. Scheicher , Silicene as a new potential DNA sequencing device, Nanotechnology 26 (15), 154002 (2015).