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Suspended Planar-Array chips for molecular multiplexing at the microscale

AuthorsTorras, Núria; De la Rosa, Enrique J. ; Esteve, Jaume; Suárez, Teresa ; Plaza, José Antonio
Issue Date9-Dec-2015
CitationAdv. Mater. (2015)
AbstractA novel suspended planar-array chips technology is described, which effectively allows molecular multiplexing using a single suspended chip to analyze extraordinarily small volumes. The suspended chips are fabricated by combining silicon-based technology and polymer-pen lithography, obtaining increased molecular pattern flexibility, and improving miniaturization and parallel production. The chip miniaturization is so dramatic that it permits the intracellular analysis of living cells.
Description6 p.-4 fig.Torras, Núria et al.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1002/adma.201504164
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