In the original published article,1, Fig. 2(a) is adapted from Dr. Vadim Shlyonsky’s design in Fig. 1(b),2,3 without proper citation or authorization. This erratum of the article lists the components in the original article and their corresponding parts in Dr. Vadim Shlyonsky’s design (Table I, adapted with permission under License No. 5663970149230).

In previous work, we designed a low-noise pA level current detection circuit based on ADA4530-1 and applied it to our nanopore fabrication system. However, its bandwidth is 500 Hz, and there are few detection points per second. Then, we referred to the design of the high pass shelf filter circuit in Dr. Vadim Shlyonsky’s article and Supporting Information.

  1. Nanopore sensing with only one amplifier can be performed by directly applying the clamp voltage to the nanopore [as shown in Fig. 2(a), ADA4530-1].

  2. Referring to the high pass shelf filter circuit of Dr. Vadim Shlyonsky’s article solves the problem of bandwidth expansion, and most of the components are based on Dr. Vadim Shlyonsky’s design as shown in Table I.

In our design, we also designed grounding wires and increased amplifier output series resistance (R, 499 Ω, 1206) to prevent amplifier oscillation based on the device characteristics of ADA4530-1. Finally, the design of a low-noise and high-speed trans-impedance amplifier for the nanopore sensor was completed.

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Low-noise and high-speed trans-impedance amplifier for nanopore sensor
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3.
See https://certification.oshwa.org/be000002.html for more information about Dr. Vadim Shlyonsky’s OpenPicoAmp–100k.