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April 15th, 2004

Enzymatic dip-pen nanolithography

Abstract:
Enzymes are manifold and so are their functionalities. Several enzymes can be bought off the shelf. A group of researchers at Duke University have tapped into their potential for biochemical manipulations to pattern surfaces1. With a modification of dip-pen nanolithography, they laid a pattern of DNAase I on a substrate covered with an oligonucleotide-terminated self-assembled monolayer.

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* Nature

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