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Volume 68, Issue 8, August 2015

cover: Like thread through the eye of a needle, DNA, protein, and other chain-like biomolecules can be guided by electric fields through pores just nanometers across. Known as translocation, that process—illustrated here—has emerged as a versatile biophysics technique. Scientists are using it for DNA sequencing, protein-folding experiments, single-molecule detection, and more. To learn about biomolecular translocation and its uses, see the article by Murugappan Muthukumar, Calin Plesa, and Cees Dekker on page 40. (Image courtesy of the Cees Dekker lab at TU Delft/Tremani.)

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