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Detection of diclofenac molecules by planar and nanostructured plasmonic sensor substrates

: Steinke, Nadja; Rio, Marisa; Wuchrer, Roland; Schuster, Christiane; Ljasenko, Evgenij; Knopp, Dietmar; Gerlach, Gerald; Härtling, Thomas


Sensors and Actuators. B 254 (2018), pp.749-754
ISSN: 0925-4005
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG
DFG 1401/2; Nano- and Biotechnologies for Packaging of Electronic Systems
Journal Article
Fraunhofer IKTS ()
Surface plasmon resonance (SPR); Optical Sensor; biosensor; Diclofenac; Nanoimprint lithography

Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensors are well-established and widely used in the field of environmental and life sciences. To overcome the limitation of SPR sensors to applications in the laboratory environment initial studies on a low-cost nanostructured sensor substrate fabricated by nanoimprint lithography for the development of a SPR-based on-site biosensor system were conducted. For this purpose, diclofenac molecules were successfully immobilized both on planar and nanostructured gold sensor substrates, which was proved by XPS and SPR measurements. For the latter substrates, a specific binding between an anti-diclofenac antibody and immobilized diclofenac can be observed in form of a localized surface plasmon resonance shift in the optical transmission spectrum. The results show that our low-cost sensor substrate is wellsuited as transducer element for future SPR-based biosensors.