Peptide Array-Manufacturing Breakthrough Could Breathe New Life Into DKFZ Spin-Out | GenomeWeb
Scientists from the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA in Stuttgart and the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg recently announced that they have developed a way of mass-producing peptide arrays that is less expensive than existing methods.
The method, which employs a laser scanner developed by Fraunhofer, could reinvigorate a struggling seven-year-old firm founded by DKFZ researchers to provide inexpensive peptide chips to pharmaceutical and biotech companies.

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