In the quest to decipher the chain of life from molecules to cells, the biological and biophysical questions being asked increasingly demand techniques that are capable of identifying specific biomolecules in their native environment, and can measure biomolecular interactions quantitatively, at the smallest possible scale in space and time, without perturbing the system under observation. The interaction of light with biomolecules offers a wealth of phenomena and tools that can be exploited to drive this progress. This Roadmap is written collectively by prominent researchers and encompasses selected aspects of bio-nano-photonics, spanning from the development of optical micro/nano-spectroscopy technologies for quantitative bioimaging and biosensing to the fundamental understanding of light–matter interaction phenomena with biomolecules at the nanoscale. It will be of interest to a wide cross-disciplinary audience in the physical sciences and life sciences.

Roadmap on bio-nano-photonics / Herkert, E.; Slesiona, N.; Recchia, M. E.; Deckert, T.; Garcia-Parajo, M. F.; Fantuzzi, E. M.; Pruccoli, A.; Ragupathy, I. C.; Gudavicius, D.; Rigneault, H.; Majer, J.; Zumbusch, A.; Munger, E.; Brasselet, S.; Jones, A. T.; Watson, P.; Boppart, S. A.; Singh, V.; Borkar, S.; Quintela Rodriguez, F. E.; Langbein, W.; Petropoulos, V.; van Hulst, N. F.; Maiuri, M.; Cerullo, G.; Brida, D.; Troiani, F.; Rozzi, C. A.; Molinari, E.; Vengris, M.; Borri, P.. - In: JOURNAL OF OPTICS. - ISSN 2040-8978. - 23:7(2021), pp. 073001-073041. [10.1088/2040-8986/abff94]

Roadmap on bio-nano-photonics

Pruccoli A.;Quintela Rodriguez F. E.;Troiani F.;Rozzi C. A.;Molinari E.;Borri P.
2021

Abstract

In the quest to decipher the chain of life from molecules to cells, the biological and biophysical questions being asked increasingly demand techniques that are capable of identifying specific biomolecules in their native environment, and can measure biomolecular interactions quantitatively, at the smallest possible scale in space and time, without perturbing the system under observation. The interaction of light with biomolecules offers a wealth of phenomena and tools that can be exploited to drive this progress. This Roadmap is written collectively by prominent researchers and encompasses selected aspects of bio-nano-photonics, spanning from the development of optical micro/nano-spectroscopy technologies for quantitative bioimaging and biosensing to the fundamental understanding of light–matter interaction phenomena with biomolecules at the nanoscale. It will be of interest to a wide cross-disciplinary audience in the physical sciences and life sciences.
2021
23
7
073001
073041
Roadmap on bio-nano-photonics / Herkert, E.; Slesiona, N.; Recchia, M. E.; Deckert, T.; Garcia-Parajo, M. F.; Fantuzzi, E. M.; Pruccoli, A.; Ragupathy, I. C.; Gudavicius, D.; Rigneault, H.; Majer, J.; Zumbusch, A.; Munger, E.; Brasselet, S.; Jones, A. T.; Watson, P.; Boppart, S. A.; Singh, V.; Borkar, S.; Quintela Rodriguez, F. E.; Langbein, W.; Petropoulos, V.; van Hulst, N. F.; Maiuri, M.; Cerullo, G.; Brida, D.; Troiani, F.; Rozzi, C. A.; Molinari, E.; Vengris, M.; Borri, P.. - In: JOURNAL OF OPTICS. - ISSN 2040-8978. - 23:7(2021), pp. 073001-073041. [10.1088/2040-8986/abff94]
Herkert, E.; Slesiona, N.; Recchia, M. E.; Deckert, T.; Garcia-Parajo, M. F.; Fantuzzi, E. M.; Pruccoli, A.; Ragupathy, I. C.; Gudavicius, D.; Rigneau...espandi
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