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Antibody detection and accurate diagnosis of tropical diseases is essential to help prevent the spread of disease. However, most detection methods lack cost-effectiveness and field portability, which are essential features

Antibody detection and accurate diagnosis of tropical diseases is essential to help prevent the spread of disease. However, most detection methods lack cost-effectiveness and field portability, which are essential features for achieving diagnosis in a timely manner. To address this, 3D-printed oblate spheroid sample chambers were fabricated to measure green light scattering of gold nanoparticles using an optical caustic focus to detect antibodies.

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    • 2017-08-17
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/diagnostics7030047
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      2075-4418
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    Garcia, A. A., Franco, L. S., Pirez-Gomez, M. A., Pech-Pacheco, J. L., Mendez-Galvan, J. F., Machine-Williams, C., . . . Garcia-Rejon, J. E. (2017). Feasibility Study of an Optical Caustic Plasmonic Light Scattering Sensor for Human Serum Anti-Dengue Protein E Antibody Detection. Diagnostics, 7(47). doi:10.3390/diagnostics7030047

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