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nanofluidics: nanotechnology to analyse DNA?

 
  February, 19 2001 3:33
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nanofluidics: nanotechnology to analyse DNA?
AAAS Annual Meeting 2001

Tiny silicon devices measure, count and sort biomolecules Researchers at Cornell University are using nanotechnology to build microscopic silicon devices with features comparable in size to DNA, proteins and other biological molecules -- to count molecules, analyze them, separate them, perhaps even work with them one at a time. The work is called "nanofluidics."

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