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Polarimetric surface plasmon resonance imaging biosensor system

Abstract : We report the realization of a polarimetric surface plasmon resonance imaging system capable of dynamically resolving a change in the optical anisotropy of biochemical films. Anisotropies as small as 10(-3) refractive index unit on nanometer-thick samples can be resolved. As an example, we present here the dynamical anisotropy obtained by the electrical patterning of a film consisting of a self-assembled monolayer deposited on gold, covered with a phospholipid hemimembrane.
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Aurélien Duval, Aude Laisné, Denis Pompon, Sylvain Held, Alain Bellemain, et al.. Polarimetric surface plasmon resonance imaging biosensor system. Colloque des entretiens Jacques Cartier "Se connecter au nanomonde", Nov 2009, Écully, France. ⟨10.1364/OL.34.003634⟩. ⟨hal-00627832⟩

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