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Molecular buffer using a PANDA ring resonator for drug delivery use.

Suwanpayak N, Jalil MA, Aziz MS, Ali J, Yupapin PP - Int J Nanomedicine (2011)

Bottom Line: In theory, the trapping force is formed by the combination between the gradient field and scattering photons, which is reviewed.This can be performed within the wavelength router before reaching the required destination.The advantage of the proposed system is that a transmitter and receiver can be formed within the same system, which is available for molecule storage and transportation.

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Affiliation: Nanoscale Science and Engineering Research Alliance (N'SERA), Advanced Research Center for Photonics, Faculty of Science, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand.

ABSTRACT
A novel design of molecular buffer for molecule storage and delivery using a PANDA ring resonator is proposed. The optical vortices can be generated and controlled to form the trapping tools in the same way as the optical tweezers. In theory, the trapping force is formed by the combination between the gradient field and scattering photons, which is reviewed. By using the intense optical vortices generated within the PANDA ring resonator, the required molecules can be trapped and moved (transported) dynamically within the wavelength router or network, ie, a molecular buffer. This can be performed within the wavelength router before reaching the required destination. The advantage of the proposed system is that a transmitter and receiver can be formed within the same system, which is available for molecule storage and transportation.

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Result of the dynamic tweezers within the buffer with different (a) coupling constants and (b) wavelengths, where Radd = 30 μm, RR = RL = 50 nm.
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f5-ijn-6-575: Result of the dynamic tweezers within the buffer with different (a) coupling constants and (b) wavelengths, where Radd = 30 μm, RR = RL = 50 nm.

Mentions: The important aspect of the result is that the tunable tweezers can be obtained by tuning (controlling) the add (control) port input signal, in which the required amount of microscopic volume (atom/photon/molecule) can be obtained and seen at the drop/through ports, otherwise they propagate within a PANDA ring before collapsing/decaying into the waveguide. More results of the optical tweezers generated within the PANDA ring are shown in Figure 5, where in this case, the bright soliton is used as the control port signal to obtain the tunable results. The output optical tweezers of the through and drop ports with different coupling constants are as shown in Figure 5A, while the different wavelength results are as shown in Figure 5B, which can be performed by the selected targets. In application, the trapped microscopic volumes (molecules) can move into the wavelength router via the through port, while the retrieved microscopic volumes are received via the drop port (connecting target). The advantage of the proposed system is that the transmitter and receiver can be fabricated on-chip and alternatively operated by a single device.


Molecular buffer using a PANDA ring resonator for drug delivery use.

Suwanpayak N, Jalil MA, Aziz MS, Ali J, Yupapin PP - Int J Nanomedicine (2011)

Result of the dynamic tweezers within the buffer with different (a) coupling constants and (b) wavelengths, where Radd = 30 μm, RR = RL = 50 nm.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC3107716&req=5

f5-ijn-6-575: Result of the dynamic tweezers within the buffer with different (a) coupling constants and (b) wavelengths, where Radd = 30 μm, RR = RL = 50 nm.
Mentions: The important aspect of the result is that the tunable tweezers can be obtained by tuning (controlling) the add (control) port input signal, in which the required amount of microscopic volume (atom/photon/molecule) can be obtained and seen at the drop/through ports, otherwise they propagate within a PANDA ring before collapsing/decaying into the waveguide. More results of the optical tweezers generated within the PANDA ring are shown in Figure 5, where in this case, the bright soliton is used as the control port signal to obtain the tunable results. The output optical tweezers of the through and drop ports with different coupling constants are as shown in Figure 5A, while the different wavelength results are as shown in Figure 5B, which can be performed by the selected targets. In application, the trapped microscopic volumes (molecules) can move into the wavelength router via the through port, while the retrieved microscopic volumes are received via the drop port (connecting target). The advantage of the proposed system is that the transmitter and receiver can be fabricated on-chip and alternatively operated by a single device.

Bottom Line: In theory, the trapping force is formed by the combination between the gradient field and scattering photons, which is reviewed.This can be performed within the wavelength router before reaching the required destination.The advantage of the proposed system is that a transmitter and receiver can be formed within the same system, which is available for molecule storage and transportation.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Nanoscale Science and Engineering Research Alliance (N'SERA), Advanced Research Center for Photonics, Faculty of Science, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand.

ABSTRACT
A novel design of molecular buffer for molecule storage and delivery using a PANDA ring resonator is proposed. The optical vortices can be generated and controlled to form the trapping tools in the same way as the optical tweezers. In theory, the trapping force is formed by the combination between the gradient field and scattering photons, which is reviewed. By using the intense optical vortices generated within the PANDA ring resonator, the required molecules can be trapped and moved (transported) dynamically within the wavelength router or network, ie, a molecular buffer. This can be performed within the wavelength router before reaching the required destination. The advantage of the proposed system is that a transmitter and receiver can be formed within the same system, which is available for molecule storage and transportation.

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Related in: MedlinePlus