Microengraving


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NAME

Microengraving

DESCRIPTION

Microengraving is a method that uses high-density arrays to probe the secretory behaviour of thousands of individual cells. It employs elastomeric nanolitre wells to trap single living cells and their secreted molecules, followed by serial probing of the molecules with labelled antibodies that are imaged for detection.

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