Cellular biosensing using optical spectroscopy

@inproceedings{Wax2016CellularBU,
  title={Cellular biosensing using optical spectroscopy},
  author={Adam Wax and Han Sang Park and Will J Eldridge},
  year={2016}
}
Techniques such as optical nanoscopy1 and spectroscopy2 have expanded our capability to probe biological cells at the nanoscale. These techniques provide the opportunity to learn about disease mechanisms at the cellular level, and therefore to improve disease detection and diagnosis. Now we have developed approaches for cellular biosensing that use optical information at the nanoscale combined with spectroscopy to discriminate disease. Phase imaging has long been a mainstay of cell biology… CONTINUE READING

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