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16 February 2011 Functionalized 2PP structures for the BioPhotonics Workstation
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Proceedings Volume 7950, Complex Light and Optical Forces V; 79500Q (2011)
Event: SPIE OPTO, 2011, San Francisco, California, United States
In its standard version, our BioPhotonics Workstation (BWS) can generate multiple controllable counter-propagating beams to create real-time user-programmable optical traps for stable three-dimensional control and manipulation of a plurality of particles. The combination of the platform with microstructures fabricated by two-photon polymerization (2PP) can lead to completely new methods to communicate with micro- and nano-sized objects in 3D and potentially open enormous possibilities in nano-biophotonics applications. In this work, we demonstrate that the structures can be used as microsensors on the BWS platform by functionalizing them with silica-based sol-gel materials inside which dyes can be entrapped.
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Tomoyo Matsuoka, Masayuki Nishi, Masaaki Sakakura, Kiyotaka Miura, Kazuyuki Hirao, Darwin Palima, Sandeep Tauro, Andrew Bañas, and Jesper Glückstad "Functionalized 2PP structures for the BioPhotonics Workstation", Proc. SPIE 7950, Complex Light and Optical Forces V, 79500Q (16 February 2011);


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