Center for Precision Medicine and Single Molecular Diagnostics, founded in 2015, is a research center under Chongqing Institute of Green and Intelligence Technology, Chinese Academy of Science.
The center is lead by Dr. Wang Deqiang and focusing on researching Next Generation Solid-state Nanopore-based DNA sequencing techniques. DNA sequence contains the genetic information of organisms. Deciphering the DNA sequence will improver our understanding about the natural evolution on the molecular level and provide the basis for biological research. It will promote the development of gene diagnostics and gene therapy. Also, it will speed up the evolution of the national health care system and service in China. Therefore, it is important to have a direct, rapid, precise and cheap DNA sequencing technique for disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
L.Y. Liang*, W.Y. Xie, S.X. Fang, F. He, B.H. Yin, C. Tlili, D.Q. Wang*, S. Qiu, Q.W. Li*.
High-efficiency dispersion and sorting of single-walled carbon nanotubes vianon-covalent interactions.
Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 5(44), 11339-11368, 2017.
L.G. Xie, X.D. Qiu, L. Luo, X. Liu, Z.X. Li, Z.Y. Zhang*, J.L. Du and D.Q. Wang*.
Quantitative detection of the respective concentrations of chiral compounds with weak measurements.
Appl. Phys. Lett., 191106, 2017.
Y.S. Deng, Q.M. Huang, Y. Zhao, D.M. Zhou, C.F. Ying, D.Q. Wang. Precise fabrication of a 5 nm graphene nanopore with a helium ion microscope for biomolecule detection. Nanotechnology, 28(4), 045302, 2016. [Link]
D.M. Zhou, Y.S. Deng, C.F. Ying, Y.C. Zhang, Y.X. Feng, Q.M. Huang, L.Y. Liang, W.Q. Wei, D.Q. Wang*.
Rectification of ion current determined by the nanopore geometry:experiments and modeling.
Chin. Phys. Lett.