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Journal Articles Applied Physics Letters Year : 2007

Sensor-integrated fluorescent microarray for ultrahigh sensitivity direct-imaging bioassays: Role of a high rejection of excitation light

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Lucio Martinelli
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Houtai Choumane
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Khoi-Nguyen Ha
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Gabriel Sagarzazu
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Carole Goutel
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Claude Weisbuch
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Abstract

Fluorescent microarrays exploit fluorescent labeled targets bound to immobilized biomolecular probes. Their signal-to-noise ratio is limited by the collection aperture in common confocal geometries. Taking advantage of a very high rejection filter deposited onto a silicon arrayed detector (coupled-charge device or complementary metal-oxide semiconductor), it is demonstrated that a highly compact lens-free assay with photon collection of order unity operates with a 30-fold improvement over a conventional (substrate + free-space optics) scheme. Through analysis of improvements over the present demonstrator, a single molecule per pixel sensitivity is predicted.
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hal-00875750 , version 1 (22-10-2013)

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Lucio Martinelli, Houtai Choumane, Khoi-Nguyen Ha, Gabriel Sagarzazu, Carole Goutel, et al.. Sensor-integrated fluorescent microarray for ultrahigh sensitivity direct-imaging bioassays: Role of a high rejection of excitation light. Applied Physics Letters, 2007, 91, pp.083901. ⟨10.1063/1.2767209⟩. ⟨hal-00875750⟩
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