- Nanoparticle layer deposition for plasmonic tuning of microstructured optical fibersAndrea Csaki
Institute of Photonic Technology IPHT, PO Box 100 239, 07702 Jena, Germany
Small 6:2584-9. 2010..These novel, plasmonically tuned optical fibers with freely selected, application-tailored optical properties present extensive possibilities for applications in localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) sensing...
- Microstructured arrays with pre-synthesized capture probes for DNA detection based on metal nanoparticles and silver enhancementGuo Jun Zhang
Institute for Physical High Technology, PO Box 100239, 07702 Jena, Germany
J Fluoresc 14:369-75. 2004..The optical absorption signal is improved by a silver enhancement step. Experiments demonstrated the specificity and the concentration-dependency of the signal...
- Molecular plasmonics: light meets molecules at the nanoscaleAndrea Csaki
Nano Biophotonics Department, Institute of Photonic Technology IPHT, PO Box 100239, 07702 Jena, Germany
Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci 369:3483-96. 2011....
- Gold nanoparticles as novel label for DNA diagnosticsAndrea Csaki
Molecular Nanotechnology Group, Institute for Physical High Technology, PO Box 100239, 07702 Jena, Germany
Expert Rev Mol Diagn 2:187-93. 2002..A novel detection scheme based on metal nanoparticles was proposed to overcome these problems and is discussed in this review...
- Optimization of gold nanoparticle-based DNA detection for microarraysGrit Festag
Institute for Physical High Technology Jena, Jena, Germany
J Fluoresc 15:161-70. 2005..Nonspecific gold binding on APTES/PDC surfaces could be blocked by treatment in 3% bovine serum albumin (BSA)...
- G-wire synthesis and modification with gold nanoparticleChristian Leiterer
Institute of Photonic Technology IPHT, Jena, Germany
Methods Mol Biol 749:141-50. 2011..Our focus will be especially on the synthesis, individualization, modification with gold nanoparticles, and characterization by high-resolution scanning force microscopy (AFM)...
- Growth and percolation of metal nanostructures in electrode gaps leading to conductive paths for electrical DNA analysisGrit Festag
Nano Biophotonics, Institute of Photonic Technology, POB 100239, 07702 Jena, Germany
Nanotechnology 19:125303. 2008..This may help to design electrode arrays and identify optimum enhancement parameters (required seed concentration and shell growth) as well as draw quantitative conclusions on the existing label (i.e. analyte) concentration...
- A parallel approach for subwavelength molecular surgery using gene-specific positioned metal nanoparticles as laser light antennasAndrea Csaki
Institute for Physical High Technology, P O Box 100239, 07702 Jena, Germany
Nano Lett 7:247-53. 2007..The process leading to the nanolocalized destruction is caused by particle ablation as well as thermal damage of the surrounding material...