Microcontact printing: A tool to pattern

Author

Sami Alom Ruiz and Christopher S. Chen

Journal

soft matter

Publication Date

11/20/2006

Abstract

Microcontact printing has proven to be a useful technique in the patterned functionalization of certain chemicals onto surfaces. It has been particularly valuable in the patterning of biological materials. In this review, we describe the basic principles of the technology as well as its use in several applications, with an emphasis on biological ones. We also discuss the limitations and future directions of this method.

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