NewsIn situ extraction and detection of DNA using
nanopores

24th August 2021by admin0
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Being able to detect DNA from a single cell is
important for the detection of diseases and genetic disorders.
Measuring single DNA molecules has been possible for some time;
however, directly detecting samples at the point of extraction with
no need for subsequent steps has not. Now, researchers at SANKEN,
Osaka University have demonstrated a method of releasing DNA at the
point of measurement. Their findings are published in Small
Methods.

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