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1 August 2021 Nanotechnology inspired biosensor with photo-responsive liquid crystals
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We aim to realize a novel nanotechnology-based biosensor specifically utilized to detect harmful bacteria in potable water. The nano-inspired device makes use of a chemically functionalized gold nanorods array (for the selective selection of specific pathogens) layered with a photo-responsive nematic liquid crystal (NLC) film for real-time and high sensitivity detection. The first experimental results are presented and discussed.
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Luciano De Sio, Kwang-Un Jeong, Francesca Petronella, Melissa De Angelis, Federica Zaccagnini, Vanessa Verrina, Daniela De Biase, Seok-Im Lim, Nicholas Godman, Dean Evans, and Michael McConney "Nanotechnology inspired biosensor with photo-responsive liquid crystals", Proc. SPIE 11807, Liquid Crystals XXV, 118070S (1 August 2021); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2594628
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KEYWORDS
Biosensors

Liquid crystals

Nanotechnology

Gold

Nanorods

Microfluidics

Molecules

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