Surface plasmon resonance
Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) spectroscopy is a technique to detect biomolecular binding interactions. In SPR, one molecular partner is immobilized on a metallic film. Light excites surface plasmons in the metal; when the binding partner binds to the immobilized molecule, this causes a detectable change in the surface plasmon signal.
Latest Research and Reviews
Research | | openScientific Reports 7, 6837
Research |Nature Materials 15, 621–627
News and Comment
Research Highlights |Nature Methods 11, 609