Nanopore-CMOS Interfaces for DNA Sequencing
AbstractDNA sequencers based on nanopore sensors present an opportunity for a significant break from the template-based incumbents of the last forty years. Key advantages ushered by nanopore technology include a simplified chemistry and the ability to interface to CMOS technology. The latter opportunity offers substantial promise for improvement in sequencing speed, size and cost. This paper reviews existing and emerging means of interfacing nanopores to CMOS technology with an emphasis on massively-arrayed structures. It presents this in the context of incumbent DNA sequencing techniques, reviews and quantifies nanopore characteristics and models and presents CMOS circuit methods for the amplification of low-current nanopore signals in such interfaces. View Full-Text
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Magierowski, S.; Huang, Y.; Wang, C.; Ghafar-Zadeh, E. Nanopore-CMOS Interfaces for DNA Sequencing. Biosensors 2016, 6, 42.
Magierowski S, Huang Y, Wang C, Ghafar-Zadeh E. Nanopore-CMOS Interfaces for DNA Sequencing. Biosensors. 2016; 6(3):42.Chicago/Turabian Style
Magierowski, Sebastian; Huang, Yiyun; Wang, Chengjie; Ghafar-Zadeh, Ebrahim. 2016. "Nanopore-CMOS Interfaces for DNA Sequencing." Biosensors 6, no. 3: 42.
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