Loomis Laboratory of Physics
1110 West Green Street
Urbana, IL 61801-3080
Manish Shankla received his B.S. degree in Physics from the University of Illinois in 2012. He is currently a PhD student in the Biophysics department. His interests include nanopore-based DNA sequencing using solid-state nanopores such as graphene and DNA-protein interactions.
- Step-defect guided delivery of DNA to a graphene nanopore." Nature Nanotechnology (2019). "
- Characterization of the Lipid Structure and Fluidity of Lipid Membranes on Epitaxial Graphene and Their Correlation to Graphene Features." Langmuir 35:4726-4735 (2019). "
- PoreDesigner for tuning solute selectivity in a robust and highly permeable outer membrane pore." Nature Communications 9:3661 (2018). "
- Modulation of Molecular Flux Using a Graphene Nanopore Capacitor." The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 121:3724-3733 (2017). "
- Slowing DNA Transport Using Graphene–DNA Interactions." Advanced Functional Materials 25:936-946 (2015). "
- Conformational transitions and stop-and-go nanopore transport of single-stranded DNA on charged graphene." Nature Communications 5:5171 (2014). "