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Bioresponsive barcodes, capable of detecting molecules in a single liquid droplet, generated radiative energy that successfully converted dynamic biomolecular information into trillions of distinctive photonic barcodes. Microdroplet radiative energy that was transferred to binding biomolecules enabled the conversion.
A team led by Yu-Cheng Chen of the Bio+Intelligent Photonics Laboratory at Nanyang Technological Institute demonstrated the process, introducing the concept of resonance energy transfer at the interface of the microcavity.
The development overcomes the inability of optical barcodes to characterize what Chen called “dynamic changes” in response to analytes occurring over time. The work additionally…READ MORE