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Ultra-sensitive time-resolved infrared spectroscopy of biomolecule interactions with plasmonic nanoantennas

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Abstract

We demonstrate a plasmonically enhanced infrared spectroscopy technology that enables in-situ and real-time measurements of protein and nano particle interactions at ultra-high sensitivity by overcoming fundamental water absorption limitations.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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