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Fiber-Optic Biosensor For The Detection Of Hazardous Materials

F. Ligler, J. Golden, L. Shriver-Lake, R. A. Ogert, Daya Wijesuria, G. M. Anderson
Published 1993 · Biology

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Abstract The fiber-optic biosensor combines evanescent wave sensing, fiber-optic technology, and fluorescence immunoassays to achieve a rapid, sensitive, and simple detection system. The response time varies from 2 to 15 min, depending on the type of assay performed. Sensitivity in the 1-10 ng/ml or 1000-cell range has been achieved. Fiber-optic biosensors can be adapted to detect the presence of toxic agents in a wide variety of samples.



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