Introduction to 3rd sequencing Presentation Transcript
Eric C.Y., LEE 2011.Jan.firstname.lastname@example.org
Why this paper?
Sequencing Technology Sampling Ampliﬁcation Sequencing Bacterial Separation1st DNA Sample Colonization or Synthetic2nd DNA Sample PCR Synthetic
Nanopore by IBM
Oxford Nanopore Technology Enzyme
Tunneling Detector and Nanopore
Si3N4• High strength over a wide temperature range• High fracture toughness• High hardness• Outstanding wear resistance, both impingement and frictional modes• Good thermal shock resistance• Good chemical resistance
Why minutes?• The tunneling data are recorded at a rate of 5kHz. 300,000,000/5,000=60,000 sec = 1000 min ~ 16hr• In further studies, we intend to modify the electronics to perform tunneling experiments at the same acquisition rate as that of the ionic current (50 kHz). 100min ~1.6hr
Comparison Reference: (2010)
Conclusion• The successful depends on the chip process.• In general temperature and environment, it’s work.• More close to personalized medicine.