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31 March 2005 A common-path phase-shift interferometry surface plasmon imaging system
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A biosensing imaging system is proposed based on the integration of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) and common-path phase-shift interferometry (PSI) techniques to measure the two-dimensional spatial phase variation caused by biomolecular interactions upon a sensing chip. The SPR phase imaging system can offer high resolution and high-throughout screening capabilities to analyze microarray biomolecular interaction without the need for additional labeling. With the long-term stability advantage of the common-path PSI technique even with external disturbances such as mechanical vibration, buffer flow noise, and laser unstable issue, the system can match the demand of real-time kinetic study for biomolecular interaction analysis (BIA). The SPR-PSI imaging system has achieved a detection limit of 2×10-7 refraction index change, a long-term phase stability of 2.5x10-4π rms over four hours, and a spatial phase resolution of 10-3 π with a lateral resolution of 100μm.
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Y.-T. Su, Shean-Jen Chen, and T.-L. Yeh "A common-path phase-shift interferometry surface plasmon imaging system", Proc. SPIE 5703, Plasmonics in Biology and Medicine II, (31 March 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.592532
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