Abstract

We demonstrate optical waveguides, with integrated microfluidics, fabricated out of agarose hydrogel and capable of encapsulating live cells, thus allowing for the interaction of the direct optical mode with the biology rather than the weak evanescent field.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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