This work deals with a novel Lab-on-Fiber biosensor able to detect in real time thyroid carcinomas biomarkers. The device is based on a gold nanostructure supporting localized surface plasmon resonances (LSPR) directly fabricated on the fiber tip by means of electron beam lithography and lift-off process. Following a suitable chemical and biological functionalization of the sensing area, human Thyroglobulin has been detected at nanomolar concentrations. Also, compatibility with full baseline restoration, achieved through biomarkers/bioreceptors dissociation, has been demonstrated.

Lab-on-Fiber biosensing for cancer biomarker detection

Ricciardi A;Consales M;Cusano A.
2015

Abstract

This work deals with a novel Lab-on-Fiber biosensor able to detect in real time thyroid carcinomas biomarkers. The device is based on a gold nanostructure supporting localized surface plasmon resonances (LSPR) directly fabricated on the fiber tip by means of electron beam lithography and lift-off process. Following a suitable chemical and biological functionalization of the sensing area, human Thyroglobulin has been detected at nanomolar concentrations. Also, compatibility with full baseline restoration, achieved through biomarkers/bioreceptors dissociation, has been demonstrated.
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