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  • noun Plural form of nanoarray.

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  • Radoje Drmanac et al., “Human genome sequencing using unchained base reads on self-assembling DNA nanoarrays,” Science 327 2010, 78–81.

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  • Developing technology for nanoscale placement and patterning of active biomolecules on silicon chips to create nanoarrays

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  • The fabrication of high-resolution, large-area nanoarrays relies heavily on conventional photolithographic patterning techniques, which involve treatments using ultraviolet light and harsh chemicals that alternately dissolve and etch silicon wafers and other materials.

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  • The fabrication of high-resolution, large-area nanoarrays relies heavily on conventional photolithographic patterning techniques, which involve treatments using ultraviolet light and harsh chemicals that alternately dissolve and etch silicon wafers and other materials.

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  • The consumables cost for these three genomes sequenced on the proof-of-principle genomic DNA nanoarrays ranged from $8,005 for 87x coverage to $1,726 for 45x coverage for the samples described in this report.

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  • The fabrication of high-resolution, large-area nanoarrays relies heavily on conventional photolithographic patterning techniques, which involve treatments using ultraviolet light and harsh chemicals that alternately dissolve and etch silicon wafers and other materials.

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  • Complete Genomics 'proprietary platform enables efficient imaging, while requiring low reagent consumption, through its combinatorial probe anchor ligation (cPAL ™) chemistry and its use of patterned genomic DNA nanoarrays.

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  • Yan refers to the self-assembled DNA nanoarrays as nucleic acid probe tiles, which look like a nanosized postage stamp.

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  • A recent breakthrough of making spatially addressable DNA nanoarrays came from Paul Rothemund's work on scaffolded DNA origami, a method in which a long, single-stranded viral DNA scaffold can be folded and stapled by a large number of short synthetic "helper strands" into nanostructures that display complex patterns.

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  • Caption: On the left is an AFM image of DNA nanoarrays bound to their RNA targets at

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