In this work we report how tubular lattice hollow core fibers can be successfully used as sensors for proteins such as streptavidin. After a functionalization of the silica surface, a layer of biotin was deposited on the fiber core inner surface. The fiber was than infiltrated with a solution containing streptavidin and a red shift of the fiber transmission spectrum was experimentally observed.

Protein detection using hollow-core tube lattice fibers / Giovanardi, F.; Cucinotta, A.; Rozzi, A.; Corradini, R.; Benabid, F.; Vincetti, L.. - 2018:(2018), p. SeM3E.4. [10.1364/SENSORS.2018.SeM3E.4]

Protein detection using hollow-core tube lattice fibers

Rozzi, A.;Corradini, R.;Vincetti, L.
2018

Abstract

In this work we report how tubular lattice hollow core fibers can be successfully used as sensors for proteins such as streptavidin. After a functionalization of the silica surface, a layer of biotin was deposited on the fiber core inner surface. The fiber was than infiltrated with a solution containing streptavidin and a red shift of the fiber transmission spectrum was experimentally observed.
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Protein detection using hollow-core tube lattice fibers / Giovanardi, F.; Cucinotta, A.; Rozzi, A.; Corradini, R.; Benabid, F.; Vincetti, L.. - 2018:(2018), p. SeM3E.4. [10.1364/SENSORS.2018.SeM3E.4]
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