Young-Hun Shin

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The ability of dip-pen nanolithography (DPN) to generate nano- or microarrays of soft or hard materials (e.g., small molecules, DNA, proteins, nanoparticles, sols, and polymers) in a direct-write manner has been widely demonstrated. The transporting of large-sized ink materials such as bacteria, however, remains a significant challenge with this technique.(More)
Methods have recently been developed to allow the study of protein–protein and cell–surface interactions on a molecular level. These techniques rely on nanoscale arrays for highthroughput analysis of biological functions. Researchers working in areas including biosensors, biodiagnostics, genomics, proteomics, cytology, materials science, and general(More)
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