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Single Molecule Biophysics: From Catch Bonds, Microfluidics and Nanopores

Single Molecule Biophysics: From Catch Bonds, Microfluidics and Nanopores

Datum: 17. November 2016 16:00

Ort: Allmandring 3, Seminarraum 1.079

Veranstalter: ICP

Single Molecule Biophysics: From Catch Bonds, Microfluidics and Nanopores

Dario Anselmetti, Universität Bielefeld

Over the last two decades our ability to measure and manipulate single biomolecules
has dramatically increased. A bunch of single molecule methods like atomic force microscopy 
(AFM), optical tweezers (OT) and magnetic tweezers (MT) have been developed that 
allowed investigation and quantification of structural and functional aspects of molecular 
individuals under near physiological conditions. 
In my lecture, I will summarize some of our results in the field of single-molecule biophysics
and comment on effects like molecular catch bonds, absolute negative mobility, dielectrophoretic 
trapping in microfluidic environments and nanopore translocation.

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