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Comment by Georgette on February 10, 2008 at 8:09pm
Ah....I forgot to tell: the DNA is YOYO-1 labelled (intercalating dye, ratio 1 per 5 basepairs).

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Comment by Georgette on February 10, 2008 at 7:19pm
Thanks Andras! To give a small comment on this video: I was using this device for experiments. It exists of bufferinnlets / outlets, two microchannels with an array of nanoslits in between. (I will put a picture of the device with an explanation soon on the web). I found out that there was a scratch at the inner surface of one wafer. This scratch performs an additional channel next to the present nanoslits in the device. As soon as I introduced the DNA in one microchannel, the DNA started to flow through the channel towards the other microchannel. It was looking as a fountain and I was suprised of it's beauty.

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Comment by TINC on February 10, 2008 at 6:47pm
video from Georgette

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