Abstract

We introduce a hand-held biosensor based on large-area plasmonic microarrays coupled with a lensfree computational imaging system for high-throughput biosensing. Our light-weight device, 60 g and 7.5 cm, is highly suitable for point-of-care applications for field-settings.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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