1 July 2010 Fluorescence excitation on monolithically integrated all-polymer chips
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All-polymer chips with integrated optical waveguides and microfluidic channels were built as a platform for fluorescence excitation of biological samples. Their functionality has been shown for four cases: (i) fluorescence of labeled phospholipids inside a microfluidic channel, (ii) fluorescence of stained cells inside a microfluidic channel, (iii) fluorescence of labeled phospholipids on top of a polymer waveguide, and (iv) fluorescence of stained cells on top of a polymer waveguide.
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Mauno Schelb, Christoph Vannahme, Alexander Welle, Steven Lenhert, Benjamin Ross, Timo Mappes, "Fluorescence excitation on monolithically integrated all-polymer chips," Journal of Biomedical Optics 15(4), 041517 (1 July 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3446672 . Submission:
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