High Contrast Probe Cleavage Detection

@article{Dubrovsky2020HighCP,
  title={High Contrast Probe Cleavage Detection},
  author={Michael Dubrovsky and Morgan G. Blevins and Svetlana V. Boriskina and Diedrik Vermeulen SiPhox Inc. and Cambridge and Ma and Usa and Massachusetts Institute of Technology},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Photonic biosensors that use optical resonances to amplify biological signals associated with the adsorption of low-index biological markers offer high-sensitivity detection capability, real-time readout, and scalable low-cost fabrication. However, they lack inherent target specificity and can be sensitive to temperature variations and other noise sources. In this letter, we introduce a concept of the High Contrast Probe Cleavage Detection (HCPCD) mechanism, which makes use of the dramatic… 

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