There are thousands of different nanometer-scale pores in biology,many of which act as sensors for specific chemical agents. Recent work suggests that protein and solid-state nanopores have many potential uses in a wide variety of analytical applications. In this review we survey this field of research and discuss the prospects for advances that could be made in the near future.
Citation: Annual Review of Analytical Chemistry
Publisher Info: Annual Reviews, Palo Alto, CA
Pub Type: Book Chapters