Biosensing allows researchers to detect tiny amounts of harmful chemicals before they become major threats. These researchers are using advanced optical technologies to develop the biosensor of the future-a plasmonic-based chip-scale device that will allow for compact, inexpensive, ubiquitous and sensitive detection.
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Vol. 6, Iss. 5 Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics
Ryan M. Gelfand, Dibyendu Dey, John Kohoutek, Alireza Bonakdar, Soojung Claire Hur, Dino Di Carlo, and Hooman Mohseni, "Towards an Integrated Chip-Scale Plasmonic Biosensor," Optics & Photonics News 22(4), 32-37 (2011)
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