Pedestal subwavelength grating metamaterial waveguide ring resonator for ultra-sensitive label-free biosensing.

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Summary of "Pedestal subwavelength grating metamaterial waveguide ring resonator for ultra-sensitive label-free biosensing."

Mode volume overlap factor is one of the parameters determining the sensitivity of a sensor. In past decades, many approaches have been proposed to increase the mode volume overlap. As the increased mode volume overlap factor results in reduced mode confinement, the maximum value is ultimately determined by the micro- and nano-structure of the refractive index distribution of the sensing devices. Due to the asymmetric index profile along the vertical direction on silicon-on-insulator platform, further increasing the sensitivity of subwavelength grating metamaterial (SGM) waveguide based sensors is challenging. In this paper, we propose and demonstrate pedestaled SGM which reduces the asymmetricity and thus allows further increasing the interaction between optical field and analytes. The pedestal structure can be readily formed by a controlled undercut etching. Both theoretical analysis and experimental demonstration show a significant improvement of sensitivity. The bulk sensitivity and surface sensitivity are improved by 28.8% and 1000 times, respectively. The detection of streptavidin at a low concentration of 0.1 ng/mL (∼1.67 pM) is also demonstrated through real-time monitoring of the resonance shift. A ∼400 fM streptavidin limit of detection is expected under 0.01nm resolution spectra analyzer based on the real-time measurement of streptavidin detection results with two-site binding model fitting.


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Name: Biosensors & bioelectronics
ISSN: 1873-4235
Pages: 111396


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