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Device for electrically reading microarrays, has base having support for positioning test surface of microarray parallel to reading surface of base, and matrix of transducers arranged on reading surface of base

Baldi, Antonio (2010) Device for electrically reading microarrays, has base having support for positioning test surface of microarray parallel to reading surface of base, and matrix of transducers arranged on reading surface of base. 2010-A64049 [81].

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Abstract

NOVELTY - The device (1') has a base (2') having a support (3') for positioning a test surface of the microarray parallel to a reading surface of the base. A matrix of transducers (5') is arranged on the reading surface of the base for translating the variation of an electrical or chemical value into the variation of an electrical value. A reading element is connected to the transducers, to interpret the electrical signals from the transducers.