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Biochemical Sensors Using High-Q Polymer Microring Resonators Fabricated by an Imprinting Technique

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High Q-factor polymer microrings, fabricated using imprinting technique, were demonstrated as biochemical sensors. They could provide label-free detection and capability of detecting small and large biomolecules with a detection limit as small as 250 pg/mm2.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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