The development in nanotechnology has made fabrication of solid-state nanopores with 20nm diameter possible. These nanopores have found a variety of applications, with the foremost one being sensing of the biological molecules. To achieve molecular sensing, a major requirement of these solid state nanopores is molecular selectivity. This paper focuses on modeling the DNA translocation in functionalized nanopore with application on gene sequencing.

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