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NanoInk has launched its new NanoArray Assay System for creating nanoscale protein arrays.

The system, which is based on NanoInk's tip-based Dip Pen Nanolithography technology, enables the creation of reproducible protein arrays over millimeter areas with nanometer precision. The arrays can be fluorescently imaged at high resolution and can generate data from samples as small as two microliters, the company said. The device is compatible with NanoInk's line of proteomic assays.

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