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Multiplexed photoluminescent sensors: towards improved disease diagnostics

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Abstract

The ability to simultaneously monitor multiple analytes in, for example, a single microplate well, is important for both basic research and clinical applications. In particular, for disease diagnosis there is a growing awareness that determination of a single disease biomarker is insufficient to pathologically confirm a disease state. Consequently, much recent literature has been directed towards the development of multiplexed photoluminescent sensors which can simultaneously detect multiple and diverse biomarkers that exist in a homogenous solution or a single cell, accelerating the progress towards precise disease diagnosis. This tutorial review highlights a selection of recent contributions towards this emerging interdisciplinary field that incorporates chemistry, chemical biology, materials sciences and medical sciences.

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The article was received on 01 Jun 2017 and first published on 25 Aug 2017


Article type: Tutorial Review
DOI: 10.1039/C6CS00778C
Citation: Chem. Soc. Rev., 2017,46, 6687-6696
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    Multiplexed photoluminescent sensors: towards improved disease diagnostics

    X. He, X. Hu, T. D. James, J. Yoon and H. Tian, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2017, 46, 6687
    DOI: 10.1039/C6CS00778C

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