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Dark-field Interferometric Detection of Single Human Viruses and Bacteriophage

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Abstract

We introduce a new nanoparticle detection scheme which combines phase-sensitive heterodyne interferometry and background-free dark-field detection to enable us characterize in real-time single human viruses and bacteriophage down to ~24 nm in radius.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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