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Issue 17, 2011
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Adhesive microarrays for multipurpose diagnostic tools

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We are reporting here a new technology for the straightforward production of integrated microarrays. The approach is based on the use of adhesive supports enabling (i) the immobilization of biomolecules as microarrays (up to 2500 spots per cm2) and (ii) the easy assembly of these microarrays with complex 3D structures such as 96-well bottomless microplates or polymer and glass microfluidic networks. The analytical performances of the system were demonstrated for sandwich protein detection (C-reactive protein) and hybridization assays, both in classical 96-well microplate format and microfluidic environment.

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23 Mar 2011
14 Jun 2011
First published
20 Jul 2011

Lab Chip, 2011,11, 3006-3010
Article type
Technical Note

Adhesive microarrays for multipurpose diagnostic tools

B. P. Corgier, C. A. Mandon, G. C. Le Goff, L. J. Blum and C. A. Marquette, Lab Chip, 2011, 11, 3006
DOI: 10.1039/C1LC20246D

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