Hydrophilic/Hydrophobic Patterned Surfaces as Templates for DNA Arrays


The rapid development and implementation of DNA arrays on solid supports in recent years have been driven by their potential for the high-throughput analysis of DNA sequences, genetic variations, and gene expression. Methods to create DNA arrays on surfaces fall into two broad categories: (1) base-by-base attachment to build up different DNA strands at… (More)


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