University of California, NuGen Technologies, Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute | GenomeWeb
The University of California of Oakland has received US Patent No.7,402,286, “Capillary pins for high-efficiency microarray printing device.” The patent provides a microarray print head that includes glass or quartz-spotting capillaries in a support. A fixed spacing between the spotting capillaries is maintained that permits the spotting capillaries to move in a direction parallel to the long axis of the capillaries.
 

 

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