What are Nanopores used for?

Nanopores are the core part of a fluidic system filled with an electrolyte solution. When a bias voltage is applied across the pore, an ionic current flows through the nanopore. Any molecule or particle that goes through the pore can be detected as a transient drop in the current readout. Analysis  of the current drop can provide information about the size and shape of the molecule or particle. They are classified into two groups based on their material and fabrication procedure: membrane-embedded pores and solid-state pores.

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Nanopore Reader 10 MHz

The Nanopore Reader 10 MHz is the world’s first 10 MHz amplifier for nanopore research.
It is a compact and integrated read-out device with miniaturized flow cells for high bandwidth measurements of solid state nanopores and nanoparticle detection.

Nanopore reader 100 kHz

Miniaturized reader and all-in-one amplifier featuring reusable flow-cells for single molecule detection. The unit can be used for experimental activities such as resistive pulses, single molecule detection, DNA translocation.

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