Patterned delivery of immunoglobulins to surfaces using microfluidic networks.

@article{Delamarche1997PatternedDO,
  title={Patterned delivery of immunoglobulins to surfaces using microfluidic networks.},
  author={E. Delamarche and A. Bernard and H. Schmid and B. Michel and H. Biebuyck},
  journal={Science},
  year={1997},
  volume={276 5313},
  pages={
          779-81
        }
}
Microfluidic networks (microFNs) were used to pattern biomolecules with high resolution on a variety of substrates (gold, glass, or polystyrene). Elastomeric microFNs localized chemical reactions between the biomolecules and the surface, requiring only microliters of reagent to cover square millimeter-sized areas. The networks were designed to ensure stability and filling of the microFN and allowed a homogeneous distribution and robust attachment of material to the substrate along the conduits… Expand
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