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Class identification of pathogens based on native fluorescence spectroscopy on-a-chip
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SPIE Defense + Security

16 March 2008 - 20 March 2008
Orlando, Florida, USA

 

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Native fluorescence spectroscopy is a promising approach for pathogen detection since it is sensitive and requires neither specific binding nor tagging of the analyte. Specificity can be met by a combination of multi-color excitation, collection of detailed spectral information and optimized evaluation techniques. Our approach achieves these requirements with a compact solution that includes on-chip native fluorescence spectroscopy.

 

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