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Optimal Plasmonic Nanopillars Array for Light Confinement of Fluorescence Imaging

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Vertical nanoantennas researched as an optical waveguide for exploring information of single molecule inside cells. Here, we designed hybrid nanoantennas for reducing light-scattering. Consequentially, our modeling implies detecting valuable information beyond diffraction-limit of cells.

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