Papers Published

  1. Tender, L. M. and Opperman, K. A. and Hampton, P. D. and Lopez, G. P., Fabrication of microscopic biosensor arrays without microscopic alignment, ADVANCED MATERIALS, vol. 10 no. 1 (January, 1998), pp. 73--+ .
    (last updated on 2010/02/08)

    Microscopic arrays of biosensors can be formed by patterning chemically or biochemically functional groups onto surfaces, e.g., by photolithography or microprinting. A method of fabrication of microscopic biosensor arrays is described that has the advantage, compared to the above mentioned methods, of not requiring microscopic alignment: first, self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) are spatially selectively removed from gold arrays by electrochemical desorption, then the exposed elements are remodified with SAMs formed of different alkanethiolates.