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Alveole Primo (alveole)


Alveole Primo allows precise and rapid way to pattern proteins. This tool uses UV laser (375nm) which is used to illuminate your pattern onto the substrate. A photoactive reagent PLPP with the UV illumination enables creation of the pattern. Proteins can then selectively adhere into the desired pattern. The minimum resolution of this tool is about 1.5um. Please contact Swaroop Kommera (skommera at stanford dot edu) or Gaspard Pardon (gaspard at stanford dot edu) for more information or for training on this tool.


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Processing Technique(s)

Lab Organization, Location, and NEMO Information

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nSiL: 151 Ocean

Training and Maintenance

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Training Charges: 
2.00 hours
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