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Rapid detecting of biomarkers in bodily fluids 

Optical spectroscopy-based techniques powered by metallic nanostructures carrying polymer-based biointerfaces are explored for rapid and ultrasensitive analysis of chemical and biological species that serve as biomarkers circulating in bodily fluids.

In particular, the use of direct assay format enabled by surface plasmon resonance biosensor principle is combined with the methods of surface plasmon-enhanced fluorescence spectroscopy and surface-enhanced Raman scattering. Among others, we strive to achieve simplified and generic single molecule detection in the context of liquid biopsy-based  cancer diagnosis.

Rapid detecting of biomarkers in bodily fluids

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