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Thermo-Bio-Lithography (ISR IP)
ISR intellectual property available to license
Researchers at the University of Maryland have developed a method which accomplishes this deposition electrochemically or by casting. Selective removal of the resist exposes active sites of the reactive layer for conjugate bonding with other molecules, including biomolecules such as proteins, nucleic acids, drugs such as opiates, and even whole cells.
This invention will find use in microfluidic systems, biosensors, and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). An international patent application has been filed.
The University of Maryland College Park, the University of Maryland Baltimore County and the University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute are the owners of this technology.
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June 21, 2007