Sensores optoelectrónicos aplicados a la biología Optoelectronics sensors applied to biology

  • Lechuga L
  • Mauriz E
  • Sepúlveda B
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Abstract

The present article reviews two different optical biosensing mechanisms (based on evanescent wave detection) that can be implemented in a multibiosensor technology platform: surface plasmon resonance, and optoelectronic biosensing using integrated Mach-Zehnder interferometer devices. In the last case, the use of standard silicon microelectronics technology opens the possibility for further integration of optical, fluidics and electrical functions within a single optical sensing circuit leading to a complete lab-on-a-chip design solution

Author-supplied keywords

  • biofuncionalización
  • biosensor óptico
  • interferómetros mach-
  • resonancia de plasmón superficial
  • zehnder

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Authors

  • L M Lechuga

  • E Mauriz

  • B Sepúlveda

  • J Sánchez Río

  • a Llobera

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