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Gold nanoparticles: enhanced optical trapping and sensitivity coupled with significant heating.

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Optical readout of gold nanoparticle-based DNA microarrays without silver enhancement.

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Cluster formation of nanoparticles in an optical trap studied by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy.

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Photothermal detection of gold nanoparticles using phase-sensitive optical coherence tomography.

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Numerical investigation of heating of a gold nanoparticle and the surrounding microenvironment by nanosecond laser pulses for nanomedicine applications.

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Photoacoustic flow measurements by use of laser-induced shape transitions of gold nanorods.

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Manipulation of gold nanorods with dual-optical tweezers for surface plasmon resonance control.

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Computer modeling of the optical properties and heating of spherical gold and silica-gold nanoparticles for laser combined imaging and photothermal treatment.

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Optothermal escape of plasmonically coupled silver nanoparticles from a three-dimensional optical trap.

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Laser-induced heating in optical traps.

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Optimized optical trapping of gold nanoparticles.

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Tunable optical sorting and manipulation of nanoparticles via plasmon excitation.

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Direct measurements of heating by electromagnetically trapped gold nanoparticles on supported lipid bilayers.

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Tumor-specific nano-entities for optical detection and hyperthermic treatment of breast cancer.

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