Multivariate optical computing for fluorochrome discrimination

@inproceedings{Priore2015MultivariateOC,
  title={Multivariate optical computing for fluorochrome discrimination},
  author={Ryan J. Priore and Joseph A. Swanstrom},
  booktitle={Photonics West - Biomedical Optics},
  year={2015}
}
Multivariate Optical Elements (MOEs) are thin-film devices that encode a broad band, spectroscopic pattern allowing a simple broadband detector to generate a highly sensitive and specific detection for a target analyte. MOE filter sets are capable of sensing projections of the original sparse spectroscopic space enabling a small set of MOEs to discriminate a multitude of target analytes. This presentation will summarize the design and fabrication of compressed detection MOE filter sets for… Expand

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