Authors: J.P. Bearinger, A.L. Hiddessen, K.J.J. Wu, A.T. Christian, L.C. Dugan, G. Stone, J. Camarero, A.K. Hinz and J.A. Hubbell
Affilation: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, United States
Pages: 339 - 342
Keywords: array, non-fouling surfaces, characterization, protein, cells
We have developed a novel method for patterning surface chemistry: Photocatalytic Lithography. This technique relies on inexpensive stamp materials and light; it does not necessitate mass transport or specified substrates, and the wavelength of light should not limit feature resolution. We have demonstrated the utility of this technique through the patterning of proteins and single cells.
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