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Sensors, Volume 17, Issue 2 (February 2017)
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Cover Story Plasmon assisted microscopy of nano-objects is a highly sensitive label-free method, which helps to [...] Read more. Plasmon assisted microscopy of nano-objects is a highly sensitive label-free method, which helps to detect, size, and quantify individual nano-particles. The PAMONO-sensor enables specific detection of viruses, virus-like particles and microvesicles in aquatic samples. Sensor surface functionalization with protein A/G facilitates analysis of surface markers and content of the captured biological vesicles. These features excite an interest to the PAMONO-sensor as to an analytical tool for scanning of liquid biopsy samples.