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Dark-field imaging of nanoparticles in polymer waveguide based biosensors

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Rapid and sensitive detection of biomarker molecules is hard to realize due to two main challenges, namely (1) biomarkers are mostly present in very low concentrations, while real biological samples produce very high background signals and (2) it is difficult to realize a system with high analytical performance, which at the same time is fully integrated, miniaturized and cost-effective. The FP7 NextDx project addresses these challenges by developing an integrated, polymer based system for protein biomarker detection, based on magnetic nanoparticles that are controlled by electromagnetic fields and that are optically detected in an integrated optical chip with bio-engineered surface.

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Missinne, Jeroen, Nuria Teigell Beneitez, Jean Schleipen, Joke Orsel, Geert Van Steenberge, and Menno WJ Prins. 2014. “Dark-field Imaging of Nanoparticles in Polymer Waveguide Based Biosensors.” In Europt(r)ode XII, Abstracts.
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Missinne, J., Teigell Beneitez, N., Schleipen, J., Orsel, J., Van Steenberge, G., & Prins, M. W. (2014). Dark-field imaging of nanoparticles in polymer waveguide based biosensors. Europt(r)ode XII, Abstracts. Presented at the Europt(r)ode XII.
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Missinne J, Teigell Beneitez N, Schleipen J, Orsel J, Van Steenberge G, Prins MW. Dark-field imaging of nanoparticles in polymer waveguide based biosensors. Europt(r)ode XII, Abstracts. 2014.
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Missinne, Jeroen, Nuria Teigell Beneitez, Jean Schleipen, et al. “Dark-field Imaging of Nanoparticles in Polymer Waveguide Based Biosensors.” Europt(r)ode XII, Abstracts. 2014. Print.
@inproceedings{4389385,
  abstract     = {Rapid and sensitive detection of biomarker molecules is hard to realize due to two main challenges, namely (1) biomarkers are mostly present in very low concentrations, while real biological samples produce very high background signals and (2) it is difficult to realize a system with high analytical performance, which at the same time is fully integrated, miniaturized and cost-effective. The FP7 NextDx project addresses these challenges by developing an integrated, polymer based system for protein biomarker detection, based on magnetic nanoparticles that are controlled by electromagnetic fields and that are optically detected in an integrated optical chip with bio-engineered surface.},
  author       = {Missinne, Jeroen and Teigell Beneitez, Nuria and Schleipen, Jean and Orsel, Joke and Van Steenberge, Geert and Prins, Menno WJ},
  booktitle    = {Europt(r)ode XII, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Athens, Greece},
  pages        = {2},
  title        = {Dark-field imaging of nanoparticles in polymer waveguide based biosensors},
  year         = {2014},
}