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NanoInk released a new application note today titled, "Fabricating Large Scale Biomolecular Nanoarrays."
It is now available on the NanoInk Web site in the Applications tab under two different areas:
· Nanofabrication & Nanomaterials: nanoink.net/nanofabrication-nanomaterials.html
· Biomolecules, Biomaterials, & Biointerface: nanoink.net/biomolecules-biomaterials-biointerfaces.html
You can also access the PDF for quick download on the Resources page: nanoink.net/literature.html#appnote.
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