Discover your applications

 

Our molecular printer offers great possibilities for the fabrication of functional arrays, molecular sensors and lab-on-a-chip platforms.

It is a powerful tool for biological, medical research and  material science as well as fast prototyping.

Switchover between various printing modes allows for a high degree of flexibility during sample or device fabrication.

Automation of printing of single or multiplexed patterns makes our printer very easy to operate.

titles, paragraphs & more.

Let’s stay in direct contact! Subscribe to our newsletter to get updates on research highlights, events and molecular printer system & modules.

Thanks for subscribing!

ssDNA arrays

ssDNA arrays

ssDNA arrays used as high-throughput platform of localized catalytic nanocompartments (CNC) that allow for multistep signal propagation

Protein arrays on GO

Protein arrays on GO

Protein microarrays on GO coatings prepared for cell culture experiments.

Surface Modification by Click Reactions

Surface Modification by Click Reactions

The thiol-terminated surface is spotted by microchannel cantilever spotting with different fluorescent and nonfluorescent inks containing cycloalkyne (dibenzocyclooctyne (DBCO)) or alkene (maleimide) groups for fabricating biosensors, appropriate for protein detection and other biomedical/biological applications.

Lipid arrays with functional headgroups

Lipid arrays with functional headgroups

Application of Lipid-DPN for the generation of arrays of the ligand 2,4-dinitrophenyl[1,2-dipalmitoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphoethanolamine-N-[6-[(2,4-dinitrophenyl)amino]hexanoyl] (DNP)] onto glass surfaces as a model system for detection of allergen-specific Immunoglobin E (IgE) antibodies and for mast cell activation profiling.

2D materials

2D materials

Graphene spotted on the glass slide with Molecular Printer using micro-contact spotting.

Lipid reactors on polymers

Lipid reactors on polymers

The embedded lipid arrays show high stability against washing steps, while still being accessible for protein and antibody binding. HEMA-EDMA polymer was used to generate functional arrays of selected lipid–protein pairs applied in previous settings: Biotin-Cap-PE and Streptavidin labeled with Cy3 dye (STV-Cy3) as a simple protein model; and DNP-cap-PE with anti-DNP IgE as a model for allergen/antibody recognition.

DNA arrays

DNA arrays

DNA-NH2 printed on GPTMS coated slides with Molecular Printer using micro-contact printing.

LOC

LOC

Lab-on-chip device functionalized with Molecular Printer using fibronectin before applying it in cell culture.

Polymerization

Polymerization

Cationic ring-opening polymerization of 2-alkyl-2-oxazolines with Molecular Printer using micro-contact spotting.

Oligonucleotide arrays

Oligonucleotide arrays

Covalent immobilization of oligonucleotide arrays with up to five different components with Molecular Printer using polymeric stamp.

Nanofibers

Nanofibers

The locally defined growth of carbon nanofibers with lambda after deposition of eposition of catalytic salt NiCl2 · 6H2O with Molecular Printer using micro-contact spotting.

Cell arrays

Cell arrays

Multiprotein patterns of fibronectin, laminin and ephirin on the glass slide fabricated using polymeric stamps.

Lipid arrays

Lipid arrays

Various lipid inks printed on the glass slide with Molecular Printer using cantilever tip arrays.

Protein network

Protein network

Covalent immobilization of proteins with Molecular Printer using micro-contact stamp.

Optical sensors

Optical sensors

Passive photonic whispering gallery mode microresonators functionalized with cantilever tip arrays.

Protein dots

Protein dots

Covalent immobilization of proteins with Molecular Printer using micro-contact stamp.

Multi-cell array

Multi-cell array

ultiprotein patterns of fibronectin, laminin and ephirin on the glass slide fabricated using polymeric stamps for culturing various cell types simultaneously.

Depending on the ink – substrate chemistry you can print patterns that can be:

  • 5 nm diameter dots (Thiols on Gold),

       Application note – Functionalization of Graphene


 

The choice of the probe to print or spot the inks with depends strongly on the type of the ink used and the pattern resolution you want to achieve.

If you have any questions regarding your molecules and inks of choice and how to use them with our selection of consumables for the Molecular Printer, simply contact us using the form below.

We will be happy to assist you in your project!

 

Thanks for submitting!
We will get back to you soon!