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Spectroscopic Analysis with a Monolithic Micro-structured Microsphere-Fiber Probe

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Abstract

Micro-structured fiber-optic probes are convenient means for delivering laser light in in vivo applications but are not used for light collection. We demonstrate bidirectional utilization through spectroscopic analysis of cancerous tissue and captured particulate matter.

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