CNRS Technologies

Find the best CNRS technologies to boost your innovative project.

Les brevets les plus récents

You are a research scientist?

We can guide you through the whole technology transfer process.

See all our services

You are a corporate player?

Thanks to our expertise, our network and our know-how of the innovation ecosystem, we support you throughout your project.

Contact us

Follow our news and upcoming events

Discover CNRS technologies

Meet our team

Fermer

Device for the actively-controlled and localised deposition of at least one biological solution

Référence

85336-01

Statut des brevets

French patent application FR0206016 filed on May 16th, 2002, and entitled “Dispositif de dépôt localisé et contrôlé activement d’au moins une solution biologique”

Inventeurs

Christian BERGAUD
Matthieu GUIRARDEL
Pascal BELAUBRE
Benoit BELIER
Jean-Bernard POURCIEL

Statut commercial

Exclusive or non-exclusive licenses

Laboratoire

Laboratoire LAAS, a CNRS laboratory (UPR 8001) in Toulouse, France.

Description

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

The invention relates to a device for the actively-controlled deposition of microdrops of biological solutions. The inventive device consists of at least one flat silicon lever comprising a central body and an end area which forms a point, a slit or groove being disposed in said point. The invention is characterised in that it also comprises at least one metallic track which is disposed on one face of the central body and which runs alongside said slit or groove at least partially. The invention relates also to a method of producing the inventive device and a method for the actively-controlled deposition and sampling of microdrops of biological solutions using said device.

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

This innovation could be useful for applications requiring generation of nano or micro surfaces for R&D, tests or production. The main applications mainly concern the biology and the biochips.

For further information, please contact us (Ref 85336-01)


Besoin de plus d'informations ?

Nous contacter
Fermer

Contactez-nous

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Fermer

Les brevets les plus récents