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Subcellular near-field biomolecule sampling using a biosensor

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4 Author(s)
Qi Xia ; Dept. of Phys., George Washington Univ., Washington, DC, USA ; Hughes, A. ; Raghu, D. ; Reeves, M.

As the initial experiments towards integrating the near-field ablation and a fiber-optic biosensor, we report the near-field ablation on Arabidopsis thaliana leaf samples with a 2μm ablation spot. We also report time-dependent spectral plots of detecting biomolecules in the ground Arabidopsis leaf solution. The sensitivity of detecting biomolecules with amino functional groups was improved by using a biosensor coated with a specific type of cross linkers.

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Microsystems for Measurement and Instrumentation (MAMNA), 2013

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14-14 May 2013

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