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A digital approach to protein identification and quantification using tandem nanopores and peptidases and search through a proteome database

bioRxiv

Aug 7, 2015

G Sampath

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A single-molecule method of identifying proteins based on electrical measurements and database search without labels or immobilization is considered. It uses electrolytic cells with two or three nanopores in tandem and one or two peptidases covalently attached to the trans side of a por...read more

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Nucleic Acid Sequencing
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A digital approach to protein identification and quantification using tandem nanopores and peptidases and search through a proteome database

bioRxiv

Aug 7, 2015

G Sampath

PMID: 990024158

DOI: 10.1101/024158

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A single-molecule method of identifying proteins based on electrical measurements and database search without labels or immobilization is considered. It uses electrolytic cells with two or three nanopores in tandem and one or two peptidases covalently attached to the trans side of a por...read more

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