Fabrication of high resolution protein patterns

Who

IBM from NAPA EU research project

Where

ZURICH

How

napa1-1

Process:
Casting PDMS (silicone) precursor (elastomer
base and curing agent) onto a structured
template in a Petri dish. Curing (hardening) by
heat (60°C, 12-24 h).
Application:
Microfluidic devices
Photonic crystals

Process description: Subtractive Printing of High Resolution Protein Nanopatterns
Purpose: The Ink-Subtract-Print strategy is described in which an inked elastomer is patterned by subtracting proteins from the surface using a nanotemplate followed by printing from the elastomer to a final substrate.
Major advantages: This technique is designed to produce high resolution patterns of single or
multiple proteins with intrinsic alignment. Other advantages include: easy to use, high throughput pattern production, large area patterns, and no stamp collapse.

Associated file

application/pdfnapa2.pdf

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