A Fabry-Pérot cavity coupled surface plasmon photodiode for electrical biomolecular sensing
Surface plasmon resonance is a well-established technology for real-time highly sensitive label-free detection and measurement of binding kinetics between biological samples. A common drawback, however, of surface plasmon resonance detection is the necessity for far field angular resolved measurement of specular reflection, which increases the size as well as requiring precise calibration of the optical apparatus. Here we present an alternative optoelectronic approach in which…..
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A Fabry-Pérot cavity coupled surface plasmon photodiode for electrical biomolecular sensing.
Giles Allison, Amrita Kumar Sana, Yuta Ogawa, Hidemi Kato, Kosei Ueno, Hiroaki Misawa, Koki Hayashi & Hironori Suzuki,
Nature Communications 12, 6483 (2021).