Large-scale fabrication of protein and DNA nanoarrays
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Recent advances in nanofabrication technology have contributed to the investigation into the advantages and behavior, at nanoscale, of biomolecules and living cells. Traditional nanofabrication platforms and techniques have been used to fabricate nanoscale biomolecular arrays. However, most of these lithographic processes were originally developed for electrical engineering and material science applications — so they were not biocompatible.
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