[Small]Nanopore Sensors: Manipulating Electrical and Fluidic Access in Integrated Nanopore-Microflui
In article number 1602601, Michel Godin and co-workers demonstrate that on-chip microvalves enable the regulation of electrical and fluidic access to an array of nanopore sensors integrated within microfluidic networks. Using a single pair of electrodes, multiple independent nanopores are fabricated in situ by a controlled breakdown process and are used to interrogate biomolecular samples compartmentalized within a single device equipped with microvalves.
Radin Tahvildari, Eric Beamish, Kyle Briggs, Sophie Chagnon-Lessard, Ali Najafi Sohi, Shuo Han, Benjamin Watts, Vincent Tabard-Cossa, Michel Godin
First published: 8 March 2017 DOI: 10.1002/smll.201770057