BioDot microarray printer

BioDot Print Head

  • Do you utilise high value compounds in your research for analysis and/or synthesis, but can only afford to use minute quantities?
  • Do you need to analyse various combinations of samples or would like to be able to analyse all your samples in the exact same conditions?
  • Do you need to print your compounds on surfaces in µm scale or in nL volumes?
  • Or… would you like try high throughput synthesis and analysis for your work?
  • If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then the Biodot Microarray Printer located in the RAMP Centre can help you!!!


three microscope images

A) Polystyrene particles deposited using the BioDot system with a 350 µm pin. B) Magnified image of the printed particles. Note the highly ordered uniform layout of the particles. C) Human mesenchymal stem cells encapsulated in hydrogel cured via UV-initiated polymerisation. The deposition was carried out with a 500 µm capillary pin and the cross-linking carried out with the in-built UV-light source.

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