Abstract

Chiral plasmonics and their potential for point-of-care biosensing applications.
PAIVA-MARQUES, Willian A.; GÓMEZ, Faustino Reyes; OLIVEIRA JUNIOR, Osvaldo Novais de; MEJÍA-SALAZAR, J. Ricardo.
Abstract: There has been growing interest in using strong field enhancement and light localization in plasmonic nanostructures to control the polarization properties of light. Various experimental techniques are now used to fabricate twisted metallic nanoparticles and metasurfaces, where strongly enhanced chiral near-fields are used to intensify circular dichroism (CD) signals. In this review, state-of-the-art strategies to develop such chiral plasmonic nanoparticles and metasurfaces are summarized, with emphasis on the most recent trends for the design and development of functionalizable surfaces. The major objective is to perform enantiomer selection which is relevant in pharmaceutical applications and for biosensing. Enhanced sensing capabilities are key for the design and manufacture of lab-on-a-chip devices, commonly named point-of-care biosensing devices, which are promising for next-generation healthcare systems.
Sensors
v. 20, n. 3, p. 944-1-944-20 - Ano: 2020
Fator de Impacto: 3,031
    @article={002989209,author = {PAIVA-MARQUES, Willian A.; GÓMEZ, Faustino Reyes; OLIVEIRA JUNIOR, Osvaldo Novais de; MEJÍA-SALAZAR, J. Ricardo.},title={Chiral plasmonics and their potential for point-of-care biosensing applications},journal={Sensors},note={v. 20, n. 3, p. 944-1-944-20},year={2020}}

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