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Optical properties of nanohole arrays in metal-dielectric double films prepared by mask-on-metal colloidal lithography.
We present the fabrication and optical characterization of plasmonic nanostructures consisting of nanohole arrays in two thin films, a metal and a dielectric. A novel method called mask-on-metalExpand
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Improving the instrumental resolution of sensors based on localized surface plasmon resonance.
The colorimetric variations induced upon changes in interfacial refractive index of nanoscale noble metal structures exhibiting localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) provides a convenient meansExpand
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Investigation of plasmon resonances in metal films with nanohole arrays for biosensing applications.
Biosensing with nanoholes is one of the most promising applications of nanoplasmonic devices. The sensor properties, however, are complex due to coupled resonances through propagating and localizedExpand
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High-resolution microspectroscopy of plasmonic nanostructures for miniaturized biosensing.
In this article, we demonstrate how to perform microscale spectroscopy of plasmonic nanostructures in order to minimize the noise when determining the resonance peak wavelength. This is accomplishedExpand
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Electrochemical plasmonic sensors
The enormous progress of nanotechnology during the last decade has made it possible to fabricate a great variety of nanostructures. On the nanoscale, metals exhibit special electrical and opticalExpand
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Generic surface modification strategy for sensing applications based on Au/SiO2 nanostructures
A generic protocol for the creation of material-mediated self-assembled patterns of streptavidin, defined solely by patterns of gold and SiO2, is presented. Protein-adsorption resistance of selectedExpand
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Plasmonic Biosensors: An Integrated View of Refractometric Detection
The book presents an integrated view of plasmonic biosensors that operate by refractometric detection. This means that analyte binding to the sensor surface induces a local change in refractiveExpand
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Locally functionalized short-range ordered nanoplasmonic pores for bioanalytical sensing.
Nanoplasmonic sensors based on short-range ordered nanoholes in thin metal films and discrete metal nanoparticles are known to provide similar sensing performance. However, a perforated metal film isExpand
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QCM-D studies of human norovirus VLPs binding to glycosphingolipids in supported lipid bilayers reveal strain-specific characteristics.
Susceptibility to norovirus infection has been linked to secretor status. Norovirus virus-like particles (VLPs; 0- 20 microg/mL) from the Norwalk (GI.1) and Dijon (GII.4) strains were assayed forExpand
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Promises and challenges of nanoplasmonic devices for refractometric biosensing
Abstract Optical biosensors based on surface plasmon resonance (SPR) in metallic thin films are currently standard tools for measuring molecular binding kinetics and affinities – an important taskExpand
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