Archive | 2013

Trends and challenges of refractometric nanoplasmonic biosensors: A review

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BRAAVOO: Biosensors, Reporters and Algal Autonomous Vessels for Ocean Operation

Finaltial support: UE. FP7-OCEAN-201-614010
From 01/12/2013 to 01/12/2016

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Prof. Laura M. Lechuga GUEST Editor of the special issue: “Silicon Photonics for Sensing”

The scope of this special issue is to collect original papers on various aspects of photonic sensing in silicon, including theory, experiments, integration, and applications. Lead Guest Editor: Vittorio M. N. Passaro, Photonics Research Group, Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, Politecnico di Bari, 70125 Bari, Italy Guest Editors: Laura M. Lechuga, Nanobiosensors and Bioanalytical […]

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Prof. Laura M. Lechuga elected as OSA Fellow

Elected as Fellow of the Optical Society (OSA) in 2014 due to her significant research leadership and pioneering development of novel and compact biomedical sensors based on advanced integrated photonic techniques and plasmonic devices, combining science with real-life applications and technology transfer.

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POCKET: Development of a low-cost point-of-care test for Tuberculosis detection

Finantial support: UE. FP7-ICT-2013-10-610389. ICT-10-3.3-Heterogeneous Integration and take-up of of Key Enabling Technologies for Components and Systems.
From Nov 2013 -Nov 2016

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Estrategias de inmovilización de anticuerpos para la detección directa de hormonas mediante Inmunosensores de Resonancia de Plasmón Superficial

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Prof. Laura M. Lechuga GUEST Editor of the special issue : “Plasmonics and Nanoplasmonics Biosensors” in SENSORS Journal

The aim of this special issue is to bring together innovative developments at the transducer schemes, nanostructures, miniaturization, biofunctionalization and applications of plasmonics and nanoplasmonics biosensors.

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Newspaper Article: Diagnosis with a chip

Newspaper Article in the “Diario de Leon” , titled “Diagnosis with a chip”, about our work in nanobiosensors devices.

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Spatial Distribution of Optical Near-Fields in Plasmonic Gold Sphere Segment Voids

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Implementation of a SPR immunosensor for the simultaneous detection of the 22K and 20K hGH isoforms in human serum samples

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Real-time detection of the chemokine CXCL12 in urine samples by surface plasmon resonance

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2012 Breakthroughs in Lab-on-a-chip & Optical biosensors

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Grating couplers integrated on Mach-Zehnder interferometric biosensors operating in the visible range

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Towards Highly Sensitive and Multiplexed Nanoplasmonic Biosensors

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Detection of flagellin by interaction with human recombinant TLR5 immobilized in liposomes

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Site-directed antibody immobilization using a protein A-gold binding domain fusion protein for enhanced SPR immunosensing

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Development of a surface plasmon resonance and nanomechanical biosensing hybrid platform for multiparametric reading

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EPISENS: Lab-on-a-chip integration of biophotonic devices to study gene expression alterations in cellular pathways

Finantial support: Programa de Tecnología Electrónica y Comunicaciones PN de I+D+i. TEC2012-34280
Participating Institutiosn: CIN2-CSIC
From 1 Jan 2013 to 31 Dec 2015

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