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NEW YORK (360Dx) – Researchers at Osaka University have built a diagnostic proof-of-concept platform using a nonlinear optical crystal that emits terahertz waves and uses their closeness to a biological sample in a microchannel to achieve better sensitivity.

In a study published recently in the journal APL Photonics, they demonstrated the use of nonlinear optical crystal-based terahertz microfluidic chips for terahertz-time-domain spectroscopy measurements of liquid inside a microchannel.

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