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Themed collection 2013's Top 25 most read Analyst articles

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Advances in nano-scaled biosensors for biomedical applications

This review focuses on the recent advances of nano-scaled biosensors for disease diagnosis and bio-marking, including their efficient utilization in bio-imaging and the monitoring of pathological cells and viruses as well as pathogenic bacteria.

Graphical abstract: Advances in nano-scaled biosensors for biomedical applications
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Open Access Minireview

Antibody orientation on biosensor surfaces: a minireview

This review outlines methods to orient antibodies onto a surface, to study their orientation, and the significant effects of orientation on biosensing.

Graphical abstract: Antibody orientation on biosensor surfaces: a minireview
From the themed collection: 2013's Top 25 most read Analyst articles
Minireview

Nanoparticle-based immunoassays in the biomedical field

This minireview summarizes recent advances in nanoparticle-based electrochemical, optical, mass-sensitive, colorimetric and immunodipstick assays, focusing on novel concepts and promising applications.

Graphical abstract: Nanoparticle-based immunoassays in the biomedical field
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Tutorial Review

Rational design and synthesis of SERS labels

Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) labels are a new class of nanotags for optical detection. Physical and chemical concepts for the rational design and synthesis of SERS labels including their bioconjugation are summarized.

Graphical abstract: Rational design and synthesis of SERS labels
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Tutorial Review

ATR-FTIR spectroscopic imaging: recent advances and applications to biological systems

A tutorial review on ATR-FTIR imaging: a versatile, label-free and chemical specific imaging method for the analysis of biological systems.

Graphical abstract: ATR-FTIR spectroscopic imaging: recent advances and applications to biological systems
Tutorial Review

Graphene and its derivatives for cell biotechnology

The focus of this Tutorial Review is to emphasize the current situation and significance of using this new kind of two-dimensional material in the hot and emerging fields that are closely related to human life quality, for instance, cell biochemistry, bioimaging along with other frontier areas.

Graphical abstract: Graphene and its derivatives for cell biotechnology
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Open Access Critical Review

Illuminating disease and enlightening biomedicine: Raman spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool

An introduction to some of the more exciting recent advances and dynamic current areas of development in biomedical Raman spectroscopy.

Graphical abstract: Illuminating disease and enlightening biomedicine: Raman spectroscopy as a diagnostic tool
From the themed collection: Optical Diagnosis
Critical Review

Quantum dots for fluorescent biosensing and bio-imaging applications

This review focuses on quantum dot-based fluorescent biosensing for proteins and nucleic acids detection, as well as the use of QDs in cellular and in vivo targeting and imaging.

Graphical abstract: Quantum dots for fluorescent biosensing and bio-imaging applications
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Critical Review

Lipid imaging by mass spectrometry – a review

A comprehensive review of current mass spectrometry imaging techniques and their application to lipids.

Graphical abstract: Lipid imaging by mass spectrometry – a review
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Critical Review

Recent advances in fluorescent nucleic acid probes for living cell studies

General requirements for, design schemes and recent developments in fluorescent nucleic acid probes for living cells are reviewed and discussed.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in fluorescent nucleic acid probes for living cell studies
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Critical Review

Electrogenerated chemiluminescence of nanomaterials for bioanalysis

Recent advances in the electrochemiluminescence of nanomaterials and their application in bioanalysis are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Electrogenerated chemiluminescence of nanomaterials for bioanalysis
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Communication

A turn-on and reversible Schiff base fluorescence sensor for Al3+ ion

A simple Schiff-base receptor 2 was prepared. It exhibits an “off-on-type” mode with high sensitivity in the presence of Al3+.

Graphical abstract: A turn-on and reversible Schiff base fluorescence sensor for Al3+ ion
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Communication

A novel near-infrared fluorescent probe for selectively sensing nitroreductase (NTR) in an aqueous medium

A novel near-infrared fluorescence probe was developed for NTR detection with excellent selectivity over 100 equiv. of other biological reductants.

Graphical abstract: A novel near-infrared fluorescent probe for selectively sensing nitroreductase (NTR) in an aqueous medium
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Communication

A highly selective and efficient single molecular FRET based sensor for ratiometric detection of Fe3+ ions

A selective and efficient FRET based sensor for the ratiometric detection of Fe3+ in aqueous and biological samples is presented.

Graphical abstract: A highly selective and efficient single molecular FRET based sensor for ratiometric detection of Fe3+ ions
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Communication

Amidine-based fluorescent chemosensor with high applicability for detection of CO2: A facile way to “see” CO2

An amidine-based fluorescent chemosensor for CO2 has been prepared and has unique sensitivity to CO2, extraordinarily high water-resistance and no issue with carbon monoxide-interference.

Graphical abstract: Amidine-based fluorescent chemosensor with high applicability for detection of CO2: A facile way to “see” CO2
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Paper

Capillary zone electrophoresis-multiple reaction monitoring from 100 pg of RAW 264.7 cell lysate digest

Capillary zone electrophoresis-multiple/single reaction monitoring (CZE-MRM/SRM), which employed an electrokinetically driven sheath-flow electrospray interface, was used for the rapid and highly sensitive detection of protein analytes in complex tryptic digests.

Graphical abstract: Capillary zone electrophoresis-multiple reaction monitoring from 100 pg of RAW 264.7 cell lysate digest
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
Open Access Paper

Controllable synthesis of silver nanoparticle-decorated reduced graphene oxide hybrids for ammonia detection

A controllable fabrication of Ag nanoparticle-decorated reduced graphene oxide (RGO/Ag) hybrids and their application for fast and selective detection of room-temperature ammonia were demonstrated.

Graphical abstract: Controllable synthesis of silver nanoparticle-decorated reduced graphene oxide hybrids for ammonia detection
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A non enzymatic glucose biosensor based on an ultrasensitive calix[4]arene functionalized boronic acid gold nanoprobe for sensing in human blood serum

We developed a new, advanced, simple and non enzymatic approach for the colorimetric detection of glucose based on calix[4]arene/phenyl boronic acid (CX-PBA) functionalized gold nanoparticles (AuNPs).

Graphical abstract: A non enzymatic glucose biosensor based on an ultrasensitive calix[4]arene functionalized boronic acid gold nanoprobe for sensing in human blood serum
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Protein amyloids develop an intrinsic fluorescence signature during aggregation

A structure-specific intrinsic fluorescence develops during the aggregation of a range of disease-relevant human polypeptides including amyloid-beta, lysozyme and tau.

Graphical abstract: Protein amyloids develop an intrinsic fluorescence signature during aggregation
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A quantum dot-based “off–on” fluorescent probe for biological detection of zinc ions

A quantum dots-based fluorescence “off–on” probe for biological Zn2+ detection with high sensitivity and selectivity has been developed.

Graphical abstract: A quantum dot-based “off–on” fluorescent probe for biological detection of zinc ions
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Electrogenerated chemiluminescence detection of trace level pentachlorophenol using carbon quantum dots

The environmental pollutant pentachlorophenol (PCP) is detected using a combination of carbon quantum dots and platinum as the working electrode. A detection limit of 1.3 × 10−12 g L−1 is achieved.

Graphical abstract: Electrogenerated chemiluminescence detection of trace level pentachlorophenol using carbon quantum dots
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
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Inkjet-printed paper-based SERS dipsticks and swabs for trace chemical detection

We demonstrate a surface swab and lateral-flow dipstick that includes an inkjet-printed surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrate for analyte detection.

Graphical abstract: Inkjet-printed paper-based SERS dipsticks and swabs for trace chemical detection
From the themed collection: Most read articles of 2013
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Fluorescent probe for highly selective and sensitive detection of hydrogen sulfide in living cells and cardiac tissues

H2S visualization is successfully achieved in cells and cardiac tissues with a coumarin-based fluorescence probe.

Graphical abstract: Fluorescent probe for highly selective and sensitive detection of hydrogen sulfide in living cells and cardiac tissues
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Polydopamine-based molecular imprinting on silica-modified magnetic nanoparticles for recognition and separation of bovine hemoglobin

Polydopamine-based molecular imprinted film on silica–Fe3O4 nanoparticles shows relatively high adsorption capacity and excellent selectivity towards bovine hemoglobin.

Graphical abstract: Polydopamine-based molecular imprinting on silica-modified magnetic nanoparticles for recognition and separation of bovine hemoglobin
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Tattoo-based potentiometric ion-selective sensors for epidermal pH monitoring

Temporary transfer tattoo-based all-solid contact potentiometric sensors are fabricated by combining screen printing, temporary tattoo and conducting polymer technology and evaluated for real-time epidermal pH monitoring.

Graphical abstract: Tattoo-based potentiometric ion-selective sensors for epidermal pH monitoring
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