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- Jugal Saharia; Y. M. Nuwan D. Y. Bandara; Jung Soo Lee; Qingxiao Wang; Moon J. Kim; Min Jun Kim
- Electrophoresis 2020 v.41 no.7-8 pp. 630-637
- DNA; blood serum; boron nitride; capacitance; dielectric properties; electric potential difference; electrophoresis; humans; nanopores; normal distribution; pH; protein composition; transferrin
- ... In this work, we present a step‐by‐step workflow for the fabrication of 2D hexagonal boron nitride (h‐BN) nanopores which are then used to sense holo‐human serum transferrin (hSTf) protein at pH ∼8 under applied voltages ranging from +100 mV to +800 mV. 2D nanopores are often used for DNA, however, there is a great void in the literature for single‐molecule protein sensing and this, to the best of ...