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Direct monitoring of lipid transfer on exposure of citrem nanoparticles to an ethanol solution containing soybean phospholipids by combining synchrotron SAXS with microfluidics

Lipid exchange among citrem nanoparticles and an ethanol micellar solution containing soy phosphatidylcholine was investigated in situ by coupling small angle X-ray scattering with a microfluidic device.

Graphical abstract: Direct monitoring of lipid transfer on exposure of citrem nanoparticles to an ethanol solution containing soybean phospholipids by combining synchrotron SAXS with microfluidics
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Measuring the effects of fractionated radiation therapy in a 3D prostate cancer model system using SERS nanosensors

Using Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy to measure cell death caused by radiation in a 3D model of prostate cancer.

Graphical abstract: Measuring the effects of fractionated radiation therapy in a 3D prostate cancer model system using SERS nanosensors
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Communication

Sensitive SERS nanotags for use with 1550 nm (retina-safe) laser excitation

1550 nm SERS nanotags have been developed to provide effective SERS with picomolar detection limits when excited with a retina-safe laser.

Graphical abstract: Sensitive SERS nanotags for use with 1550 nm (retina-safe) laser excitation
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Communication

The importance of correcting for variable probe–sample interactions in AFM-IR spectroscopy: AFM-IR of dried bacteria on a polyurethane film

Interplay between AFM-IR probe – sample interactions and signal transduction for bacteria – PU bilayer.

Graphical abstract: The importance of correcting for variable probe–sample interactions in AFM-IR spectroscopy: AFM-IR of dried bacteria on a polyurethane film
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Communication

A visual and reversible assay for temperature using thioflavin T-doped lanthanide/nucleotide coordination polymers

A convenient one-step approach has been developed to make thermo-sensitive lanthanide coordination polymer nanoparticles (LCPNs) doped with thioflavin T.

Graphical abstract: A visual and reversible assay for temperature using thioflavin T-doped lanthanide/nucleotide coordination polymers
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Communication

Rapid discrimination of bacteria using a miniature mass spectrometer

Bacteria colonies were analyzed using paper spray ionization coupled with a portable mass spectrometer.

Graphical abstract: Rapid discrimination of bacteria using a miniature mass spectrometer
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Communication

Quantitative carbon detector for enhanced detection of molecules in foods, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, flavors, and fuels

Analysis of trace compounds, such as pesticides and other contaminants, within consumer products, fuels, and the environment requires quantification of increasingly complex mixtures of difficult-to-quantify compounds.

Graphical abstract: Quantitative carbon detector for enhanced detection of molecules in foods, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, flavors, and fuels
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Communication

First airborne pathogen direct analysis system

This is the first portable “sample to answer” system for the rapid detection of pathogenic bacteria in air.

Graphical abstract: First airborne pathogen direct analysis system
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Communication

Genetically anchored fluorescent probes for subcellular specific imaging of hydrogen sulfide

Imaging hydrogen sulfide (H2S) at the subcellular resolution will greatly improve the understanding of functions of this signaling molecule.

Graphical abstract: Genetically anchored fluorescent probes for subcellular specific imaging of hydrogen sulfide
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Spatial and spectral resolution of carbonaceous material from hematite (α-Fe2O3) using multivariate curve resolution-alternating least squares (MCR-ALS) with Raman microspectroscopic mapping: implications for the search for life on Mars

We report a novel application of multivariate analysis with Raman microspectroscopic mapping to enhance the search for life on Mars.

Graphical abstract: Spatial and spectral resolution of carbonaceous material from hematite (α-Fe2O3) using multivariate curve resolution-alternating least squares (MCR-ALS) with Raman microspectroscopic mapping: implications for the search for life on Mars
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A surface plasmon field-enhanced fluorescence reversible split aptamer biosensor

Surface plasmon-enhanced fluorescence for the readout of a assay with low affinity split aptamer.

Graphical abstract: A surface plasmon field-enhanced fluorescence reversible split aptamer biosensor
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Solvent gradient electrospray for laser ablation electrospray ionization mass spectrometry

Changing spray solution polarity in a gradient electrospray improves molecular coverage in LAESI-MS analysis of biological samples.

Graphical abstract: Solvent gradient electrospray for laser ablation electrospray ionization mass spectrometry
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Sandwiched gold/PNIPAm/gold microstructures for smart plasmonics application: towards the high detection limit and Raman quantitative measurements

A smart plasmonic SERS platform, comprising a layer of a stimuli-responsive polymer sandwiched between two gold layers, is reported.

Graphical abstract: Sandwiched gold/PNIPAm/gold microstructures for smart plasmonics application: towards the high detection limit and Raman quantitative measurements
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An implantable multimodal sensor for oxygen, neurotransmitters, and electrophysiology during spreading depolarization in the deep brain

An implantable 5 μm sensor is characterized for simultaneous measurements of oxygen, dopamine, and electrophysiology in the deep brain during spreading depolarizations.

Graphical abstract: An implantable multimodal sensor for oxygen, neurotransmitters, and electrophysiology during spreading depolarization in the deep brain
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Validation of a membrane touch biosensor for the qualitative detection of IgG class antibodies to herpes simplex virus type 2

A 1920s dead-stop end-point titration technique revisited for blood antibody analysis.

Graphical abstract: Validation of a membrane touch biosensor for the qualitative detection of IgG class antibodies to herpes simplex virus type 2
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Immunoassay quantification using surface-enhanced fluorescence (SEF) tags

A fluorescence immunoassay based on surface-enhanced fluorescence (SEF) was introduced. The use of SEF tags may provide advantages over regular organic dyes for biomedical assays.

Graphical abstract: Immunoassay quantification using surface-enhanced fluorescence (SEF) tags
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Limited proteolysis in porous membrane reactors containing immobilized trypsin

Trypsin-containing membranes effect limited digestion to identify facile digestion sites in protein structures.

Graphical abstract: Limited proteolysis in porous membrane reactors containing immobilized trypsin
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Quantitative isotopic measurements of gas-phase alcohol mixtures using a broadly tunable swept external cavity quantum cascade laser

Isotopic quantification of gas-phase mixtures is performed using a swept external cavity quantum cascade laser and broadband infrared spectral analysis.

Graphical abstract: Quantitative isotopic measurements of gas-phase alcohol mixtures using a broadly tunable swept external cavity quantum cascade laser
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Ultra-low fouling methylimidazolium modified surfaces for the detection of HER2 in breast cancer cell lysates

We synthesized novel ultra-low fouling ionic liquids and demonstrated their use with surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensing for the analysis of HER2 in breast cancer cell lysates.

Graphical abstract: Ultra-low fouling methylimidazolium modified surfaces for the detection of HER2 in breast cancer cell lysates
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Unique capabilities of AC frequency scanning and its implementation on a Mars Organic Molecule Analyzer linear ion trap

AC frequency scanning in quadrupole ion traps enables unique scan modes.

Graphical abstract: Unique capabilities of AC frequency scanning and its implementation on a Mars Organic Molecule Analyzer linear ion trap
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Colorimetric and electrochemical quantification of global DNA methylation using a methyl cytosine-specific antibody

We report a simple colorimetric (naked-eye) and electrochemical method for the rapid, sensitive and specific quantification of global methylation levels using only 25 ng of input DNA.

Graphical abstract: Colorimetric and electrochemical quantification of global DNA methylation using a methyl cytosine-specific antibody
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LILY-lipidome isotope labeling of yeast: in vivo synthesis of 13C labeled reference lipids for quantification by mass spectrometry

Quantification is an essential task in comprehensive lipidomics studies challenged by the high number of lipids, their chemical diversity and their dynamic range (up to 7 orders of magnitude) of the lipidome.

Graphical abstract: LILY-lipidome isotope labeling of yeast: in vivo synthesis of 13C labeled reference lipids for quantification by mass spectrometry
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Refinement of insulator-based dielectrophoresis

The development of a new insulator for higher resolution separations using dielectrophoresis.

Graphical abstract: Refinement of insulator-based dielectrophoresis
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Infrared imaging of high density protein arrays

We propose in this paper that protein microarrays could be analysed by infrared imaging in place of enzymatic or fluorescence labelling.

Graphical abstract: Infrared imaging of high density protein arrays
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High-index {hk0} faceted platinum concave nanocubes with enhanced peroxidase-like activity for an ultrasensitive colorimetric immunoassay of the human prostate-specific antigen

A novel colorimetric immunoassay is designed for the ultrasensitive detection of the human prostate-specific antigen (PSA) by using a unique type of nanolabel – high-index {hk0} faceted platinum concave nanocubes.

Graphical abstract: High-index {hk0} faceted platinum concave nanocubes with enhanced peroxidase-like activity for an ultrasensitive colorimetric immunoassay of the human prostate-specific antigen
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A microneedle biosensor for minimally-invasive transdermal detection of nerve agents

A microneedle array based biosensor for minimally invasive electrochemical monitoring of organophosphate (OP) nerve agents under the skin.

Graphical abstract: A microneedle biosensor for minimally-invasive transdermal detection of nerve agents
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Collapse of chain anadiplosis-structured DNA nanowires for highly sensitive colorimetric assay of nucleic acids

In this work, we have proposed a chain anadiplosis-structured DNA nanowire by using two well-defined assembly strands (AS1 and AS2).

Graphical abstract: Collapse of chain anadiplosis-structured DNA nanowires for highly sensitive colorimetric assay of nucleic acids
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DNA biosensing with 3D printing technology

Herein, the potential of employing 3D printing technology for the detection of DNA hybridization is assessed.

Graphical abstract: DNA biosensing with 3D printing technology
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Characterization of lectin binding affinities via direct LC-MS profiling: implications for glycopeptide enrichment and separation strategies

Determining the affinity between a lectin and its target glycans is an important goal, both for understanding the biological functions of a given lectin as well as enabling the use of that lectin for targeted enrichment of glycosylated species from complex samples.

Graphical abstract: Characterization of lectin binding affinities via direct LC-MS profiling: implications for glycopeptide enrichment and separation strategies
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Orientational binding modes of reporters in a viral-nanoparticle lateral flow assay

Capture of ellipsoidal viral-nanoparticle reporters in a model lateral flow assay is enhanced by behavior of the anisotropic reporters in the local flow field.

Graphical abstract: Orientational binding modes of reporters in a viral-nanoparticle lateral flow assay
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Open Access Paper

Accurate quantification of apoptosis progression and toxicity using a dielectrophoretic approach

A rapid, low-cost and label-free method of cell analysis compares favorably to Annexin-V, MTT and trypan blue for assessment of apoptosis and IC50.

Graphical abstract: Accurate quantification of apoptosis progression and toxicity using a dielectrophoretic approach
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Detection of evoked acetylcholine release in mouse brain slices

The study of transmitter interactions in the brain requires methodology to detect stimulus-driven neurotransmitter release. This report introduces an enzyme-coated 7 μm carbon-fiber microelectrode used with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry to detect evoked acetylcholine release in mouse brain slices.

Graphical abstract: Detection of evoked acetylcholine release in mouse brain slices
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Correcting the fundamental ion mobility equation for field effects

Cross sections measured by ion mobility spectrometry are corrected for collision frequency and cooling/heating-controlled momentum transfer.

Graphical abstract: Correcting the fundamental ion mobility equation for field effects
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Microchip in situ electrosynthesis of silver metallic oxide clusters for ultra-FAST detection of galactose in galactosemic newborns’ urine samples

This work describes for the first time the coupling of microfluidic chips (MC) to electrosynthetized silver metallic oxide clusters (AgMOCs).

Graphical abstract: Microchip in situ electrosynthesis of silver metallic oxide clusters for ultra-FAST detection of galactose in galactosemic newborns’ urine samples
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Thin-layer voltammetry of soluble species on screen-printed electrodes: proof of concept

Thin-layer diffusion conditions were accomplished on screen-printed electrodes by placing a controlled-weight onto the cast solution and allowing for its natural spreading.

Graphical abstract: Thin-layer voltammetry of soluble species on screen-printed electrodes: proof of concept
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Microfluidic array for simultaneous detection of DNA oxidation and DNA-adduct damage

A microfluidic electrochemical sensor array detects DNA oxidation and adduct formation for a fast genotoxicity chemistry screen for test compounds.

Graphical abstract: Microfluidic array for simultaneous detection of DNA oxidation and DNA-adduct damage
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Macro-to-micro interfacing to microfluidic channels using 3D-printed templates: application to time-resolved secretion sampling of endocrine tissue

3D-printed templates enabled sculpting of design-specific fluidic reservoirs into the bulk substrate of microfluidic devices used for culture and time-resolved sampling of islets and adipose tissue explants.

Graphical abstract: Macro-to-micro interfacing to microfluidic channels using 3D-printed templates: application to time-resolved secretion sampling of endocrine tissue
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Open Access Paper

Gas-phase microsolvation of ubiquitin: investigation of crown ether complexation sites using ion mobility-mass spectrometry

The influence of side chain to backbone interactions on the gas-phase structure of ubiquitin and ubiquitin lysine-to-arginine mutants was analysed.

Graphical abstract: Gas-phase microsolvation of ubiquitin: investigation of crown ether complexation sites using ion mobility-mass spectrometry
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Detection, differentiation, and identification of botulinum neurotoxin serotypes C, CD, D, and DC by highly specific immunoassays and mass spectrometry

Novel antibodies to differentiate veterinary BoNTs by immunoassays and mass spectrometry.

Graphical abstract: Detection, differentiation, and identification of botulinum neurotoxin serotypes C, CD, D, and DC by highly specific immunoassays and mass spectrometry
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Investigating non-specific binding to chemically engineered sensor surfaces using liposomes as models

Clever surface engineering strategies lead to the minimization of non-specific binding of liposomes to sensor substrates.

Graphical abstract: Investigating non-specific binding to chemically engineered sensor surfaces using liposomes as models
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The efficiencies of resonant and nonresonant multiphoton ionization in the femtosecond region

Multiphoton ionization processes studied using a tunable femtosecond laser.

Graphical abstract: The efficiencies of resonant and nonresonant multiphoton ionization in the femtosecond region
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Assembling substrate-less plasmonic metacrystals at the oil/water interface for multiplex ultratrace analyte detection

Designing substrate-less plasmonic metacrystals for the multiplex ultratrace detection of analytes from both organic and aqueous phases.

Graphical abstract: Assembling substrate-less plasmonic metacrystals at the oil/water interface for multiplex ultratrace analyte detection
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In solution SERS sensing using mesoporous silica-coated gold nanorods

Mesoporous silica-coated gold nanorods (AuNR@MS) act as a colloidally stable Raman sensing platform with a built-in analyte size cutoff.

Graphical abstract: In solution SERS sensing using mesoporous silica-coated gold nanorods
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Open Access Paper

Biomolecular environment, quantification, and intracellular interaction of multifunctional magnetic SERS nanoprobes

Multifunctional composite nanoprobes, Ag–Magnetite and Au–Magnetite, were manipulated in fibroblast cells and characterized using SERS, LA-ICP-MS, and nanotomography.

Graphical abstract: Biomolecular environment, quantification, and intracellular interaction of multifunctional magnetic SERS nanoprobes
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SERS speciation of the electrochemical oxidation–reduction of riboflavin

The electrochemical oxidation and reduction of riboflavin is detected and characterized by SERS.

Graphical abstract: SERS speciation of the electrochemical oxidation–reduction of riboflavin
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Expanding neurochemical investigations with multi-modal recording: simultaneous fast-scan cyclic voltammetry, iontophoresis, and patch clamp measurements

Simultaneous patch clamp and fast-scan cyclic voltammetry measurements were performed to monitor cell behavior during iontophoretic drug delivery.

Graphical abstract: Expanding neurochemical investigations with multi-modal recording: simultaneous fast-scan cyclic voltammetry, iontophoresis, and patch clamp measurements
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Pseudo isobaric peptide termini labelling for relative proteome quantification by SWATH MS acquisition

The SWATH-pseudo-IPTL method is a promising strategy in quantitative proteomics, and has been efficiently applied in biological studies due to its high quantitative accuracy.

Graphical abstract: Pseudo isobaric peptide termini labelling for relative proteome quantification by SWATH MS acquisition
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Determination of the sputtering yield of cholesterol using Arn+ and C60+(+) cluster ions

Comparison of C60+(+) and Arn+ as sputtering ions for SIMS depth profiling of cholesterol thin films.

Graphical abstract: Determination of the sputtering yield of cholesterol using Arn+ and C60+(+) cluster ions
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Tunable Au–Ag nanobowl arrays for size-selective plasmonic biosensing

This paper describes the utilization of Au–Ag nanobowl arrays towards the size-selective detection of biological analytes, providing greater selectivity in complex media.

Graphical abstract: Tunable Au–Ag nanobowl arrays for size-selective plasmonic biosensing
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A library-screening approach for developing a fluorescence sensing array for the detection of metal ions

A four-membered array based on fluorescent thiophenes is capable of distinguishing transition metal ions.

Graphical abstract: A library-screening approach for developing a fluorescence sensing array for the detection of metal ions
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Portable Sequentially Shifted Excitation Raman spectroscopy as an innovative tool for in situ chemical interrogation of painted surfaces

We present the first validation and application of portable Sequentially Shifted Excitation (SSE) Raman spectroscopy for the survey of painted layers in art.

Graphical abstract: Portable Sequentially Shifted Excitation Raman spectroscopy as an innovative tool for in situ chemical interrogation of painted surfaces
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Isotope-filtered nD NMR spectroscopy of complex mixtures to unravel the molecular structures of phenolic compounds in tagged soil organic matter

Molecular structures of phenolic compounds embedded in complex mixtures of natural organic matter are obtained using a suite of NMR experiments.

Graphical abstract: Isotope-filtered nD NMR spectroscopy of complex mixtures to unravel the molecular structures of phenolic compounds in tagged soil organic matter
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Vertically encoded tetragonal hydrogel microparticles for multiplexed detection of miRNAs associated with Alzheimer's disease

Using hydrodynamic focusing lithography, we created vertically encoded tetragonal hydrogel microparticles that can be used for a multiplexed microRNA assay related to Alzheimer's disease.

Graphical abstract: Vertically encoded tetragonal hydrogel microparticles for multiplexed detection of miRNAs associated with Alzheimer's disease
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Fragmentation, auto-modification and post ionisation proton bound dimer ion formation: the differential mobility spectrometry of low molecular weight alcohols

Ion-neutral interactions at atmospheric pressure result in significant complexity in the observed responses for alcohols by differential mobility spectrometry. Such behaviours ultimately enable enhanced selectivity and confidence in data assignments.

Graphical abstract: Fragmentation, auto-modification and post ionisation proton bound dimer ion formation: the differential mobility spectrometry of low molecular weight alcohols
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Development of a femtosecond time-resolved near-IR multiplex stimulated Raman spectrometer in resonance with transitions in the 900–1550 nm region

A femtosecond time-resolved near-IR multiplex stimulated Raman spectrometer has been developed for investigating the structural dynamics in charge-transfer processes.

Graphical abstract: Development of a femtosecond time-resolved near-IR multiplex stimulated Raman spectrometer in resonance with transitions in the 900–1550 nm region
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Size-dependent modulation of graphene oxide–aptamer interactions for an amplified fluorescence-based detection of aflatoxin B1 with a tunable dynamic range

Size-dependent modulation of graphene oxide–aptamer interactions was investigated for amplified fluorescence detection of aflatoxin B1 with a tunable dynamic range.

Graphical abstract: Size-dependent modulation of graphene oxide–aptamer interactions for an amplified fluorescence-based detection of aflatoxin B1 with a tunable dynamic range
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Non-destructive characterisation of mesenchymal stem cell differentiation using LC-MS-based metabolite footprinting

This non-invasive LC-MS-based metabolite footprinting revealed significant metabolic changes during mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) differentiation.

Graphical abstract: Non-destructive characterisation of mesenchymal stem cell differentiation using LC-MS-based metabolite footprinting
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Development of a gas phase source for perfluoroalkyl acids to examine atmospheric sampling methods

A continuous perfluoroalkyl acid gas phase source was constructed to improve current atmospheric sampling techniques.

Graphical abstract: Development of a gas phase source for perfluoroalkyl acids to examine atmospheric sampling methods
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A long-wavelength quantum dot-concentric FRET configuration: characterization and application in a multiplexed hybridization assay

Quantum dot-based concentric Förster resonance energy transfer (cFRET) is a promising modality for the development of multifunctional fluorescent probes for bioanalysis and bioimaging. A new long-wavelength configuration and multiplexed hybridization assay format expands the scope of cFRET.

Graphical abstract: A long-wavelength quantum dot-concentric FRET configuration: characterization and application in a multiplexed hybridization assay
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Application of fast-scan cyclic voltammetry for the in vivo characterization of optically evoked dopamine in the olfactory tubercle of the rat brain

Dopamine regulation in the rat brain olfactory tubercle was characterized by fast-scan cyclic voltammetry coupled with carbon–fiber microelectrodes and optogenetics.

Graphical abstract: Application of fast-scan cyclic voltammetry for the in vivo characterization of optically evoked dopamine in the olfactory tubercle of the rat brain
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Raman spectroscopy as a tool for label-free lymphocyte cell line discrimination

Raman spectroscopy can be used to discriminate between morphologically similar lymphocyte cell classes and cell lines.

Graphical abstract: Raman spectroscopy as a tool for label-free lymphocyte cell line discrimination
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Single-cell mass spectrometry with multi-solvent extraction identifies metabolic differences between left and right blastomeres in the 8-cell frog (Xenopus) embryo

Single-cell metabolic mass spectrometry enables the discovery (untargeted) analysis of small molecules in individual cells.

Graphical abstract: Single-cell mass spectrometry with multi-solvent extraction identifies metabolic differences between left and right blastomeres in the 8-cell frog (Xenopus) embryo
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Quantification of tunicamycin-induced protein expression and N-glycosylation changes in yeast

Protein expression and glycosylation changes as a result of tunicamycin treatment were systematically and quantitatively investigated.

Graphical abstract: Quantification of tunicamycin-induced protein expression and N-glycosylation changes in yeast
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Solid-phase microextraction low temperature plasma mass spectrometry for the direct and rapid analysis of chemical warfare simulants in complex mixtures

Sensitive, rapid, and direct detection of chemical-warfare agent simulants in urine by solid-phase microextraction low temperature plasma ionisation mass spectrometry.

Graphical abstract: Solid-phase microextraction low temperature plasma mass spectrometry for the direct and rapid analysis of chemical warfare simulants in complex mixtures
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Shell-isolated nanoparticle-enhanced Raman spectroscopy study of the adsorption behaviour of DNA bases on Au(111) electrode surfaces

In situ EC-SHINERS is used to investigate the adsorption behaviour of DNA bases on atomically flat Au(111) electrode surfaces.

Graphical abstract: Shell-isolated nanoparticle-enhanced Raman spectroscopy study of the adsorption behaviour of DNA bases on Au(111) electrode surfaces
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On the structural denaturation of biological analytes in trapped ion mobility spectrometry – mass spectrometry

Trapped ion mobility spectra recorded for ubiquitin are consistent with structures reported for the native state by NMR.

Graphical abstract: On the structural denaturation of biological analytes in trapped ion mobility spectrometry – mass spectrometry
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Open Access Paper

Low-cost microarray thin-film electrodes with ionic liquid gel-polymer electrolytes for miniaturised oxygen sensing

The use of a platinum microarray thin-film electrode together with a gellified ionic-liquid has shown to be highly favourable for long-term oxygen gas sensing.

Graphical abstract: Low-cost microarray thin-film electrodes with ionic liquid gel-polymer electrolytes for miniaturised oxygen sensing
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A method of coupling the Paternò–Büchi reaction with direct infusion ESI-MS/MS for locating the C[double bond, length as m-dash]C bond in glycerophospholipids

Conducting the Paternò–Büchi reaction in a microflow photo-reactor enables its coupling with ESI-MS/MS and C[double bond, length as m-dash]C location determination for shotgun lipid analysis.

Graphical abstract: A method of coupling the Paternò–Büchi reaction with direct infusion ESI-MS/MS for locating the C [[double bond, length as m-dash]] C bond in glycerophospholipids
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Quantitative mass spectrometry imaging of small-molecule neurotransmitters in rat brain tissue sections using nanospray desorption electrospray ionization

Nano-DESI mass spectrometry imaging enables quantitative imaging of small-molecule neurotransmitters which are essential to the function of the nervous system.

Graphical abstract: Quantitative mass spectrometry imaging of small-molecule neurotransmitters in rat brain tissue sections using nanospray desorption electrospray ionization
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Combining random forest and 2D correlation analysis to identify serum spectral signatures for neuro-oncology

Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy has long been established as an analytical technique for the measurement of vibrational modes of molecular systems.

Graphical abstract: Combining random forest and 2D correlation analysis to identify serum spectral signatures for neuro-oncology
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