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Graphene-Coated Surface-Plasmon-Resonance Waveguide Biosensor

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Abstract

We propose a biosensor platform based on a graphene-coated surface-plasmon-resonance waveguide. As an example, we fabricate a sensor with a polymer waveguide for real-time detection of glucose, which shows an average sensitivity of 0.12 nm/(mg/dL).

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