Microcontact printing in bioanalysis: where are we and where shall we be?

@article{Dubey2016MicrocontactPI,
  title={Microcontact printing in bioanalysis: where are we and where shall we be?},
  author={R. Dubey and R. Bhushan},
  journal={Bioanalysis},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 20},
  pages={
          2093-5
        }
}
Since the inception of microcontact printing (μCP) in early 1990s by Whitesides and coworkers [1,2] to control protein adsorption on cell culture surfaces, it has nowadays covered the widest picture and area of protein analysis research field. Basically, μCP is the transferring of the ‘ink’ pattern from the surface of a relief elastomeric stamp to a substrate through contact. The stamp is usually made of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) or its structured forms due to its low Young’s modulus and high… Expand
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