Good news! Our proposal “Nanofluidic devices for high-throughput single-molecule fluorescence detection (Nanofluidic-SMFD)” has been granted by the European Commission (FP7-PEOPLE-2013-CIG, #630992). The proposed work aims at utilising nanofluidic devices to overcome current limitations in single-molecule-fluorescence detection. Specifically, we are hoping to monitor enzymatic reactions such as DNA polymerisation in real time without immobilising any of the involved molecules to a surface as it is currently necessary. For this project, we will continue our collaboration with Klaus Mathwig (www.kmathwig.com).
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- Pre-print: An open microscopy framework suited for tracking dCas9 in live bacteria
- Published: Precision and accuracy of single-molecule FRET measurements—a multi-laboratory benchmark study
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- Pre-print: DNA polymerase β fingers movement revealed by single-molecule FRET suggests a partially closed conformation as a fidelity checkpoint
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