Abstract

Various surfaces can successfully be coated with reactive polymer coatings and then patterned with DNA features using supramocular nanostamping (SuNS). Surfaces as different as silicon, quartz, polystyrene, PMMA and PDMS have been patterned using the same protocol. In addition to the previously demonstrated high resolution and high information transfer of SuNS this approach makes it a substrate-independent method.

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