4 March 2014 Biochemical component identification by light scattering techniques in whispering gallery mode optical resonance based sensor
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Experimental data on detection and identification of variety of biochemical agents, such as proteins (albumin, interferon, C reactive protein), microelements (Na+, Ca+), antibiotic of different generations, in both single and multi component solutions under varied in wide range concentration are represented. Analysis has been performed on the light scattering parameters of whispering gallery mode (WGM) optical resonance based sensor with dielectric microspheres from glass and PMMA as sensitive elements fixed by spin - coating techniques in adhesive layer on the surface of substrate or directly on the coupling element. Sensitive layer was integrated into developed fluidic cell with a digital syringe. Light from tuneable laser strict focusing on and scattered by the single microsphere was detected by a CMOS camera. The image was filtered for noise reduction and integrated on two coordinates for evaluation of integrated energy of a measured signal. As the entrance data following signal parameters were used: relative (to a free spectral range) spectral shift of frequency of WGM optical resonance in microsphere and relative efficiency of WGM excitation obtained within a free spectral range which depended on both type and concentration of investigated agents. Multiplexing on parameters and components has been realized using spatial and spectral parameters of scattered by microsphere light with developed data processing. Biochemical component classification and identification of agents under investigation has been performed by network analysis techniques based on probabilistic network and multilayer perceptron. Developed approach is demonstrated to be applicable both for single agent and for multi component biochemical analysis.
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Vladimir A. Saetchnikov, Vladimir A. Saetchnikov, Elina A. Tcherniavskaia, Elina A. Tcherniavskaia, Anton V. Saetchnikov, Anton V. Saetchnikov, Gustav Schweiger, Gustav Schweiger, Andreas Ostendorf, Andreas Ostendorf, } "Biochemical component identification by light scattering techniques in whispering gallery mode optical resonance based sensor", Proc. SPIE 8952, Biomedical Applications of Light Scattering VIII, 895204 (4 March 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2039026; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2039026
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