Using graphene plasmonics to boost biosensor sensitivity

@article{Chorsi2016UsingGP,
  title={Using graphene plasmonics to boost biosensor sensitivity},
  author={Hamid T. Chorsi and J. J. Zhang},
  journal={Spie Newsroom},
  year={2016}
}
The specific detection of biomolecules in biological samples is extremely important in medical diagnosis,1 single-cell analysis,2, 3 and monitoring disease recurrence.4 However, difficulty in measuring the inherent physical features of biological analytes means that label-based techniques—i.e., in which some sort of tag (or ‘label’) is attached to molecules, viruses, or cells to capture them—have primarily been used to date for biosensors. The label in this technique may be a metal nanoparticle… Expand
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