Microcontact printing of DNA molecules.


The controlled placement of DNA molecules onto solid surfaces is the first step in the fabrication of DNA arrays. The sequential deposition of tiny drops containing the probe DNA fragments using arrays of spotting needles or ink jet nozzles has become a standard. However, a caveat of liquid spotting is the drying of the deposited drop because this creates… (More)


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@article{Lange2004MicrocontactPO, title={Microcontact printing of DNA molecules.}, author={Sebastian A Lange and Vladimir Benes and Dieter P. Kern and J. K. Heinrich H{\"o}rber and Andr{\'e} Bernard}, journal={Analytical chemistry}, year={2004}, volume={76 6}, pages={1641-7} }