A massively-parallel molecular delivery system for mammalian cells is demonstrated by pulsed-laser irradiation of a gold nanoparticle array situated below a cell monolayer. This system is capable of high throughput and spatially-targeted delivery into desired areas of a cell culture by designing the laser irradiation pattern. Rapid fabrication of gold nanoparticle arrays over large areas (>1 mm2) is achieved by polymer mold guided near-field photothermal annealing.

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