US Patent No. 6,852,560. Fabrication of a microchip-based electrospray device. Inventor: Thomas Corso. Assignee: Advion BioSciences.

This invention relates to the fabrication of an integrated, miniaturized fluidic system made using micro-electromechanical system technology. It relates particularly to the improved fabrication of a microsized electrospray nozzle.

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