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한국조명전기설비학회|조명전기설비학회논문지 2020년 9월

논문명 광 산란 패턴의 발산 각도 분포를 이용한 비표지 박테리아 분별 기법에 관한 연구 / Study on Label-Free Bacteria Discrimination Scheme Using Divergence Angle Distribution of Light Scattering Patterns
저자명 한진실 ; 이용욱
발행사 한국조명전기설비학회
수록사항 조명전기설비학회논문지, Vol.34 No.09 (2020-09)
페이지 시작페이지(12) 총페이지(8)
ISSN 1225-1135
주제분류 환경및설비
주제어 ; Bacteria Discrimination; Light Scattering; Scattering Pattern; Divergence Angle
요약2 In this paper, we propose a scheme for label-free bacteria discrimination by utilizing the divergence angle of the scattering patterns of bacteria colonies. Three kinds of bacteria, such as Escherichia coli (E. coli), Salmonella typhimurium (S. typhimurium), and Listeria monocytogenes (L. monocytogenes), were compared in view of the divergence angle of their colony scattering patterns by using the proposed scheme. The diameter of the cultured bacteria colonies used for comparison ranged from 0.8 to 2.2 mm for all the three specimens. First, to obtain their scattering patterns, each colony was illuminated by a low power green laser at 532nm. Then, the sizes of the scattering patterns were measured from the acquired colony scattering patterns. The divergence angles of the scattering patterns could be calculated by using the measured colony diameters and scattering pattern sizes. The experiment results show that there exists a unique range of the divergence angle according to the specimen. By analyzing and comparing the acquisition frequency of the divergence angle, this divergence angle range of the individual specimen was determined to be 4.23°∼8.12° for E. coli, 7.32°∼11.63° for S. typhimurium, and 10.36°∼16.37° for L. monocytogenes. From these evaluated divergence angle ranges, the three specimens can be simply identified through the measurement of the colony diameter and the scattering pattern size. This label-free discrimination scheme is expected to be beneficially utilized for simple verification of a conventional bacteria discrimination method.
소장처 한국조명전기설비학회
언어 한국어
DOI http://doi.org/10.5207/JIEIE.2020.34.9.012