DNA conductivity may identify disease-linked variations

02/13/2008 | M.I.T. Technology Review

Researchers were able to gauge the capacity of DNA strands to transmit electric current by placing them between two carbon nanotubes and found that a single mismatch in the DNA letters impacts conductivity. Scientists are working to create a sensor that can identify single nucleotide polymorphisms quickly and more accurately than existing methods.

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