Concurrent atomic force spectroscopy

Concurrent atomic force spectroscopy. Communications Physics 2: 91. Doi: 10.1038/s42005-019-0192-y
Concurrent atomic force spectroscopy allows the comparison of the mechanical properties of two different proteins within the same AFM experiment, with higher accuracy and throughput than in traditional AFM. This concurrent measurement can be implemented by the Orthogonal Fingerprinting method, which uses heteropolyproteins that include marker domains with different fingerprinting unfolding lengths (CC BY 4.0 2019).