Abstract

This Letter describes an interferometric technique based on the principle of coherence multiplexing for multichannel, label-free biosensing applications. Multiple biosensors can be interrogated simultaneously with a single spectral-domain, phase-sensitive interferometer by coding the individual sensograms in coherence-multiplexed channels. The experimental results demonstrate the multiplexed quantitative biomolecular interaction of antibodies binding to antigen-coated functionalized biosensor chip surfaces. The described technique also applies to a variety of other distributed and multiplexed sensing applications besides biosensing.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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