Improving liquid-crystal-based biosensing in aqueous phases.


Liquid crystal (LC)-based biological sensors permit the study of aqueous biological samples without the need for the labeling of biological species with fluorescent dyes (which can be laborious and change the properties of the biological sample under study). To date, studies of LC-based biosensors have explored only a narrow range of the liquid crystal… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/am301952f


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