“Jalal Sarabadani”

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IPM Positions

Faculty Member , School of Nano Science
(2018 - Present )

Related Papers

1. H. Khalilian, J. Sarabadani and T. Ala-Nissila
Polymer translocation through nanopore assisted by an environment of active rods
Phys. Rev. Research 3 (2021), 013080  [abstract]
2. J. Sarabadani, S. Buyukdagli and . Ala-Nissila
Pulling a DNA molecule through a nanopore embedded in an anionic membrane: tension propagation coupled to electrostatics
J. Physics: Condens. Matter 32 (2020), 385101  [abstract]
3. B. Ghosh, J. Sarabadani, S. Chaudhury and T. Ala-Nissila
Pulling a folded polymer through a nanopore
J. Physics: Condens. Matter 33 (2020), 015101  [abstract]
4. J. Sarabadani
Interaction between two ring polymers inside a 2D channel
IJPR 19 (2019), 58  [abstract]
5. S. Buyukdagli, J. Sarabadani and T. Ala Nissila
Theoretical Modeling of Polymer Translocation: From the Electrohydrodynamics of Short Polymers to the Fluctuating Long Polymers
polymers 11 (2019),   [abstract]
6. S. Buyukdagli, J. Sarabadani and T. Ala-Nissila
Dielectric Trapping of Biopolymers Translocating through Insulating Membranes
polymers 10 (2018), 1242  [abstract]
7. J. Sarabadani, B. Ghosh, S. Chaudhury and T. Ala-Nissila
Dynamics of end-pulled polymer translocation through a nanopore
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 120 (2018),   [abstract]
8. J. Sarabadani and T. Ala-Nissila
Theory of pore-driven and end-pulled polymer translocation dynamics through a nanopore: an overview
J. Physics: Condens. Matter 30 (2018), 274002  [abstract]
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