We have demonstrated a novel hemoglobin sensor based on hydroxide bond functionalized excessively tilted fiber grating. Due to non-covalent bonding between hydroxide bond and hemoglobin, such sensor could achieve hemoglobin detection with sensitivity around 1.93nm/(mg/ml).

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