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Dr Kaikai Chen

Keywords

  • Biological Physics

Key Publications

1.         K. Chen, J. Zhu, F. Bošković, U. F. Keyser, Nanopore-Based DNA Hard Drives for Rewritable and Secure Data Storage. Nano Letters (2020).

2.         N. E. Weckman, N. Ermann, R. Gutierrez, K. Chen, J. Graham, A. Heron, U. F. Keyser, in 2019 IEEE SENSORS. (IEEE, 2019), pp. 1-3.

3.         F. Boskovic, J. Zhu, K. Chen, U. F. Keyser, Monitoring G-Quadruplex Formation with DNA Carriers and Solid-State Nanopores. Nano Letters 19, 7996-8001 (2019).

4.         N. E. Weckman, N. Ermann, R. Gutierrez, K. Chen, J. Graham, R. Tivony, A. Heron, U. F. Keyser, Multiplexed DNA Identification Using Site Specific dCas9 Barcodes and Nanopore Sensing. ACS Sensors 4, 2065-2072 (2019).

5.         K. Chen, J. Kong, J. Zhu, N. Ermann, P. Predki, U. F. Keyser, Digital Data Storage Using DNA Nanostructures and Solid-State Nanopores. Nano Letters 19, 1210-1215 (2019).

6.         J. Kong, J. Zhu, K. Chen, U. F. Keyser, Specific Biosensing Using DNA Aptamers and Nanopores. Advanced Functional Materials, 1807555 (2018).

7.         N. Ermann, N. Hanikel, V. Wang, K. Chen, N. E. Weckman, U. F. Keyser, Promoting single-file DNA translocations through nanopores using electro-osmotic flow. The Journal of Chemical Physics 149, 163311 (2018).

8.         M. Zhou,* K. Chen,* X. Li, L. Liu, Q. Zeng, Y. Mo, L. Jin, L. Li, G. Su, J. Che, Y. Tian, Clumping Stability of Vertical Nanofibers on Surfaces. Langmuir 34, 11629-11636 (2018).

9.         N. A. W. Bell,# K. Chen,# S. Ghosal, M. Ricci, U. F. Keyser, Asymmetric dynamics of DNA entering and exiting a strongly confining nanopore. Nature communications 8, 380 (2017). 

10.         K. Chen, M. Juhasz, F. Gularek, E. Weinhold, Y. Tian, U. F. Keyser, N. A. W. Bell, Ionic Current-Based Mapping of Short Sequence Motifs in Single DNA Molecules Using Solid-State Nanopores. Nano Letters 17, 5199-5205 (2017).

11.            K. Chen, N. A. W. Bell, J. Kong, Y. Tian, U. F. Keyser, Direction- and Salt-Dependent Ionic Current Signatures for DNA Sensing with Asymmetric Nanopores. Biophysical Journal 112, 674-682 (2017).