Abstract

A new method to rapidly produce and screen biodegradable polymer- and xerogel-based formulations is described. The approach is based on a high-speed pin printer and imaging with an epi-fluorescence microscope/charge-coupled device detector. By using this approach we can produce and screen over 600 formulations/h and rapidly identify lead formulations and/or compositions that are the most useful for the development of biodegradable devices or (bio)sensors.

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