Non-invasive Optical Biosensor for Probing Cell Signaling
AbstractCell signaling mediated through a cellular target is encoded by spatial andtemporal dynamics of downstream signaling networks. The coupling of temporal dynamicswith spatial gradients of signaling activities guides cellular responses upon stimulation.Monitoring the integration of cell signaling in real time, if realized, would provide a newdimension for understanding cell biology and physiology. Optical biosensors includingresonant waveguide grating (RWG) biosensor manifest a physiologically relevant andintegrated cellular response related to dynamic redistribution of cellular matters, thusproviding a non-invasive means for cell signaling study. This paper reviews recentprogresses in biosensor instrumentation, and theoretical considerations and potentialapplications of optical biosensors for whole cell sensing. View Full-Text
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Fang, Y. Non-invasive Optical Biosensor for Probing Cell Signaling. Sensors 2007, 7, 2316-2329.
Fang Y. Non-invasive Optical Biosensor for Probing Cell Signaling. Sensors. 2007; 7(10):2316-2329.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fang, Ye. 2007. "Non-invasive Optical Biosensor for Probing Cell Signaling." Sensors 7, no. 10: 2316-2329.