Selective detection of bacteria in urine with a LRSPP waveguide biosensor

Abstract

Laboratory experimentation demonstrates long range surface plasmon polaritons (LRSPP) waveguides as a useful biosensor to selectively detect gram negative bacteria in human urine. The biosensor can detect bacteria at concentrations of 10 CFU/ml, the internationally recommended threshold for diagnostic of urinary tract infection (UTI). Using a negative… (More)

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@article{Bland2015SelectiveDO, title={Selective detection of bacteria in urine with a LRSPP waveguide biosensor}, author={Paul B{\'e}land and Oleksiy Krupin and Pierre Berini}, journal={2015 Photonics North}, year={2015}, pages={1-1} }