E. Le Moal

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Metallic nanoparticles have large scattering cross sections induced by the plasmon resonance, offering an alternative to fluorescence labelling. We show how metallic substrates influences their resonance wavelength and scattering efficiency. Biosensing applications is presented.
Fluorescence can be tailored by the vicinity of a metallic interface. Modifying the intensity and the spatial distribution of the emitter radiation as well as the energy transfer between donor and acceptor can benefit to biological applications. Fluorescence enhancement has been investigated by one and two-photon fluorescence microscopy with time and(More)
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