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Nanoprinting with FluidFM


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Pablo Doerig
on Mar 27, 2019 09:05 AM

In cell biology, micro patterning is becoming a popular tool to study cellular behavior at the single-cell level. FluidFM can be used as a nanoprinting tool to enable the deposition of biomolecules and particles at defined locations. More information about nanoprinting with FluidFM can be found in our website

Some publications of FluidFM applications in spotting and nanolithography are the following:

R. R. Grüter, J. Vörös & T. Zambelli. FluidFM as a lithography tool in liquid: spatially controlled deposition of fluorescent nanoparticles (2013). Nanoscale, 5: 1097-1104

A. Meister, M. Gabi, P. Behr, P. Studer, J. Vörös, P. Niedermann, J. Bitterli, J. Polesel-Maris, M. Liley, H. Heinzelmann & T. Zambelli. FluidFM: Combining Atomic Force Microscopy and Nanofluidics in a Universal Liquid Delivery System for Single Cell Applications and Beyond (2009). Nano Letter, 9 (6): 2501-2507