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Controling the manufacturing process of ultra-high density peptide arrays

KIT - Germany
11/04/2016

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) uses InnoScan 1100AL scanner model to control the manufacturing process of ultra-high density peptide arrays

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) uses InnoScan 1100AL


The group of Professor Alexander Nesterov-Müller at the KIT - Germany developed an innovative approach for fabricating ultrahigh-density peptide arrays that contain 2.7 million defined peptide sequences per slide. The ultra-high resolution of the InnoScan® 1100AL scanner allows following up their process. These peptide arrays will be used for high throughput screening applications in life and material sciences.

HD peptide array: pitch size of 16 µm and a spot size of 10 µm



HD peptide array: Scan image of one of the multiple consecutive control steps during peptide array manufacturing process. Fluorescent signals correspond to respective amino acids coupled to the growing peptide chains being synthesized in situ. The array with a pitch size of 16 µm and a spot size of 10 µm is shown. Spot density: 444,444 per cm2

InnoScan 1100 AL three-color microarrays scanner

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