Application Notes

With years of research and development undertaken to continually improve Arrayjet technology, our team of Scientists have published tested application notes that demonstrate the highest quality bio-printing capabilities of our systems.

Protein and DNA microarrays are the key strength of Arrayjet technology. Our protein microarray application note highlights the successful printing of fluorescence-labelled antibodies onto functionalised glass slides to achieve high quality arrays. 

Carbohydrate microarrays can be successfully printed using Arrayjet non-contact printers. Our carbohydrate application note demonstrates the printing of versatile high-resolution oligosaccharides onto a variety of substrates using the Arrayjet non-contact technology.

Arrayjet instruments are built with a strong focus on quality control and spot consistency. Our application note provides evidence of feature reproducibility across slide batches printed using Arrayjet microarrayers.

The Arrayjet non-contact robust systems support high throughput hybridoma production and screening. They enhance the production of high-quality antibodies in the most efficient manner possible. The inkjet microarrayers improve the speed and robustness of manufacture of the screening assay due to their flexibility, reliability, and the quality of the microarrays they produces.

Human Protein Array (HuProt™) Case Study

Arrayjet Printing Antibodies Application Note.pdf

Arrayjet Carbohydrate Microarray Application Note.pdf

Arrayjet Application Note - Assessment Of Printing Reproducability.pdf

HT Hybridoma Screening Case Study

Inkjet Printing for Multiplex Assays Case Study

Microplate Printing by Arrayjet