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Application Spotlights

The Nano-Plotter is ideal to generate high-quality spots by non-contact microdispensing of sub-nanoliter volumes.

  • Microarrays and Service
    • We offer a comprehensive service to evaluate your application before investing into an instrument. More…
  • Manufacturing of array based diagnostics
    • The manufacturing of state-of-the-art diagnostic kits requires more precise liquid handling than ever before. The Nano-Plotter is one solution to address these needs. More…
  • Arraying into 96-well plates
    • Micro titer plate based assays allow more complex analysis when the well bottom is prepared with different well aligned capture molecules. More…
  • Antibody arrays and tip cleaning
    • Sticky proteins/peptides can be a challenge for modern microarrayers. More…
  • Reverse Phase Protein Arrays (RPPA)
    • A simple, robust and highly parallel assay architecture for monitoring of protein expression and activation. More…
  • Glycoprotein arrays
    • Complementary to the popular antibody arrays, this application uses pre-separated proteins from cellular lysates or other biofluids. More…
  • Coating of coronar stents
    • This application notice shows how to dispense Nanoliter amounts on stain less steel made coronar stents. More..
  • Loading of Biosensors
    • Label free detection of biomolecules is an attractive solution for users, but challenges liquid handling technology. Small but exact sample aliquots needs to be tethered onto tiny areas of electronic chips. No problem for the Nano-Plotter camera system. More…
  • Dipensable Liquids
    • Here we present an overview of mechanically dispensable liquids. More…
  • Dispensing of Adhesives
    • Heatable piezoelectric dispensers emit Nanolitre volumes of high-viscous adhesives. More…

BioScaffolder

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  • Introduction
    • General Overview of Applications. More…
  • Struts and Capsules
    • A group from the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen added prefabricated capsules enriched with cells to hydrogel before printing. More…
  • Green Bioprinting
    • A team from the Technische Universität Dresden printed algae cells suspended in hydrogel together with mammalian cells. More…
  • Alginate/Methylcellulose Blends
    • Immediate cross linking of alginate after printing can be avoided – Accordingly to an approach of researchers at the Technische Universität Dresden. More…
  • Artificial Tissues from the Inkjet
    • To a certain extent inkjet dispensers can emit cell containing suspensions but special bioinks will be required. More…