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Microfluidics in coagulation monitoring devices: a mini review

Diagnosis and monitoring of disorders of coagulation and disturbances in haemostasis has been around for many years. The development of POC technologies in this area has rapidly advanced and continues to improve upon the monitoring and diagnosis of these disorders. This review highlights recent and ongoing advances in microfluidics with application to the areas of haemostasis and coagulation biology.

Graphical abstract: Microfluidics in coagulation monitoring devices: a mini review
From the themed collection: Microfluidic systems with societal impact
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Integrated paper-based microfluidic devices for point-of-care testing

This review highlights the developments, accomplishments and challenges of integrated μPADs, including sample pretreatment, signal transduction/amplification and results output.

Graphical abstract: Integrated paper-based microfluidic devices for point-of-care testing
From the themed collection: Microfluidic systems with societal impact
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Recent advances in an organ-on-a-chip: biomarker analysis and applications

Recent advances in high-throughput biomarker analysis based on an organ-on-a-chip and its applications in drug development.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in an organ-on-a-chip: biomarker analysis and applications
From the themed collection: Microfluidic systems with societal impact
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Analysis of natural and synthetic folates in pharmaceuticals and foods: a review

This review is focused on the progress of sample pretreatment and analysis methods of natural and synthetic folates in pharmaceuticals and foods in the last decade.

Graphical abstract: Analysis of natural and synthetic folates in pharmaceuticals and foods: a review
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Ambient ionization mass spectrometry: real-time, proximal sample processing and ionization

A review of ambient ionization mass spectrometry highlighting the central role of sample preparation immediate to and during sample analysis.

Graphical abstract: Ambient ionization mass spectrometry: real-time, proximal sample processing and ionization
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Laser-based ambient mass spectrometry

This study summarized laser-based ambient mass spectrometric (AMS) techniques with regard to their fundamentals, ionization mechanisms, and recent applications.

Graphical abstract: Laser-based ambient mass spectrometry
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Plasma-based ambient mass spectrometry: a step forward to practical applications

Plasma-based ambient mass spectrometry (AMS) exhibits great potential in the direct analysis of raw samples with minimum pretreatment.

Graphical abstract: Plasma-based ambient mass spectrometry: a step forward to practical applications
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Fluorescence properties and analytical applications of covalent organic frameworks

Fluorescent COFs with large π-conjugated building units and inherent rigid structure have important potential for chemosensing detection of target molecules or ions based on turn-on and turn-off modes.

Graphical abstract: Fluorescence properties and analytical applications of covalent organic frameworks
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Separation and quantification of metallic nanoparticles using cloud point extraction and spectrometric methods: a brief review of latest applications

Reliable quantification of metallic nanoparticles in complex matrices is a difficult task.

Graphical abstract: Separation and quantification of metallic nanoparticles using cloud point extraction and spectrometric methods: a brief review of latest applications
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Laboratory analytical methods applied in the early detection of cancers by tumor biomarker

With the improvement of many fields such as sequencing technology, materials science and mass spectroscopy, traditional laboratory technologies applied to the early detection of cancer using tumor biomarkers have improved and novel technologies emerge constantly, which are summarized in this mini-review..

Graphical abstract: Laboratory analytical methods applied in the early detection of cancers by tumor biomarker
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Recent advances in analytical figures of merit: heteroscedasticity strikes back

With a growing number of analytical methodologies incorporating multivariate calibration models, the development of suitable estimators of their analytical figures of merit is playing an important role in modern analytical chemistry.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in analytical figures of merit: heteroscedasticity strikes back
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Analysis of phthalate esters in dairy products—a brief review

This review provides a brief survey of pretreatment and instrumental detection methods for the analysis of PAEs in dairy products.

Graphical abstract: Analysis of phthalate esters in dairy products—a brief review
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Trends in photonic lab-on-chip interferometric biosensors for point-of-care diagnostics

Portable point-of care (POC) devices for in vitro diagnostics will be a milestone for the achievement of universal healthcare and environmental protection.

Graphical abstract: Trends in photonic lab-on-chip interferometric biosensors for point-of-care diagnostics
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Biological cells in the speciation analysis of heavy metals

Biological cells are versatile in both metal remediation and metal preconcentration and speciation.

Graphical abstract: Biological cells in the speciation analysis of heavy metals
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Functional gold nanoparticles coupled with laser desorption ionization mass spectrometry for bioanalysis

Monitoring of surface ligand and gold cluster ions produced by pulsed-laser-induced desorption/ionization of gold nanoparticles enables the transduction and amplification of mass signals for biosensing and bioimaging applications.

Graphical abstract: Functional gold nanoparticles coupled with laser desorption ionization mass spectrometry for bioanalysis
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The construction and application of chiral electrochemical sensors

The review is based on the construction and application of chiral electrochemical sensors in the last three years and presents recent advances in applications of chiral electrochemical sensors based on a three-point interaction and the methods for fabricating chiral surfaces for enantioselective recognition.

Graphical abstract: The construction and application of chiral electrochemical sensors
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Recent advances in microscale western blotting

Recent innovations in microscale western blotting are surveyed, and the potential for enhancing detection using advances in label-free biosensing is briefly discussed.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in microscale western blotting
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Recent approaches for optical smartphone sensing in resource-limited settings: a brief review

Developments in the emerging fields of smartphone chemical and biosensing have dovetailed with increased interest in environmental and health monitoring for resource-limited environments, culminating in research toward field-ready smartphone sensors.

Graphical abstract: Recent approaches for optical smartphone sensing in resource-limited settings: a brief review
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Graphene based sensors in the detection of glucose in saliva – a promising emerging modality to diagnose diabetes mellitus

No more needles – a new modality to detect saliva glucose with graphene and its derivatives is on the horizon.

Graphical abstract: Graphene based sensors in the detection of glucose in saliva – a promising emerging modality to diagnose diabetes mellitus
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3D-printed microfluidic devices: fabrication, advantages and limitations—a mini review

A mini-review that focuses on the most recent trends in 3D-printed microfluidic devices, with sample designs that can be downloaded for use.

Graphical abstract: 3D-printed microfluidic devices: fabrication, advantages and limitations—a mini review
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Sensing materials developed and applied for bio-active Fe3+ recognition in water environment

In this minireview, we highlight the main sensing materials/techniques developed, including fluorescence, colorimetry, atomic absorption, chromatography, electrochemistry, flow injection, and luminescent sensing materials for Fe3+ detection, and our own work in this area in recent years.

Graphical abstract: Sensing materials developed and applied for bio-active Fe3+ recognition in water environment
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Recent advancements in analytical methods for the determination of steroidal estrogen residues in environmental and food matrices

Residual steroidal estrogens in environmental and food samples have become a cause for concern as they can affect organisms at low ppt concentrations.

Graphical abstract: Recent advancements in analytical methods for the determination of steroidal estrogen residues in environmental and food matrices
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Electrochemical nucleic acid biosensors: from fabrication to application

This article reviews the progress in the development of electrochemical nucleic acid biosensors with an emphasis on biosensor fabrication, the sensing mechanism, performance and applications with some discussion on challenges and perspectives.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemical nucleic acid biosensors: from fabrication to application
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Graphene quantum dots as smart probes for biosensing

Graphene quantum dots as smart probes for photoluminescence, electrochemiluminescence and electrochemical biosensors.

Graphical abstract: Graphene quantum dots as smart probes for biosensing
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Low energy ion scattering (LEIS). A practical introduction to its theory, instrumentation, and applications

Noble gas ion scattering off of a ZrO2 film on Si (left), and mock LEIS spectrum for this material (right).

Graphical abstract: Low energy ion scattering (LEIS). A practical introduction to its theory, instrumentation, and applications
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Targeting label free carbohydrate–protein interactions for biosensor design

In this review, we describe different technologies used for probing molecular interactions and focus on the major discoveries made in the last four years in the field of label free biosensors for carbohydrate–protein interactions.

Graphical abstract: Targeting label free carbohydrate–protein interactions for biosensor design
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Recent developments in rhodamine salicylidene hydrazone chemosensors

This review article focuses mainly on advances in the field of salicylidene based rhodamine hydrazone chemosensors, concerning the spirolactam ring-opening sensing mechanism that has been developed in the last decade.

Graphical abstract: Recent developments in rhodamine salicylidene hydrazone chemosensors
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Mimetic peptide and special antibody: promising agents for optimizing hapten-analyzing systems

Immunoassays are simple, rapid, and cost-effective detection systems that are widely used for the detection of haptens in varied matrices.

Graphical abstract: Mimetic peptide and special antibody: promising agents for optimizing hapten-analyzing systems
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State-of-the-art strategies for the colorimetric detection of heavy metals using gold nanorods based on aspect ratio reduction

Current colorimetric detection techniques for metals using gold nanorods based on variations in the aspect ratio have been summarized.

Graphical abstract: State-of-the-art strategies for the colorimetric detection of heavy metals using gold nanorods based on aspect ratio reduction
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Advanced strategies for improving the analytical performance of Pt-based nonenzymatic electrochemical glucose sensors: a minireview

Advanced strategies for improving the analytical performance of Pt-based nonenzymatic electrochemical glucose sensors are discussed.

Graphical abstract: Advanced strategies for improving the analytical performance of Pt-based nonenzymatic electrochemical glucose sensors: a minireview
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A review on the latest developments in nanostructure-based electrochemical sensors for glutathione

Glutathione, a low molecular mass thiol compound, is considered a vital biomarker for various disease and cancers owing to the variation in the level of GSH from its normal level in the micromolar to millimolar range in biological fluids and cells.

Graphical abstract: A review on the latest developments in nanostructure-based electrochemical sensors for glutathione
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Simultaneous separation of cations and anions in capillary electrophoresis – recent applications

In this review, the simultaneous determination of anionic and cationic species in capillary electrophoresis for different applications such as water quality analysis, medical diagnosis, pharmaceutical analysis, forensic science and food control is discussed.

Graphical abstract: Simultaneous separation of cations and anions in capillary electrophoresis – recent applications
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Different detection and stacking techniques in capillary electrophoresis for metabolomics

In the last decade, capillary electrophoresis (CE) has joined other analytical separation techniques that are widely used in metabolomics.

Graphical abstract: Different detection and stacking techniques in capillary electrophoresis for metabolomics
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Carbon materials for the electrooxidation of nucleobases, nucleosides and nucleotides toward cytosine methylation detection: a review

The application of different carbon materials such as graphite, glassy carbon, boron-doped diamond, carbon nanofibers, carbon nanotubes and graphene for the electrooxidation of DNA-related molecules toward cytosine methylation electroanalytical monitoring is reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Carbon materials for the electrooxidation of nucleobases, nucleosides and nucleotides toward cytosine methylation detection: a review
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Application of electronic tongues in food processing

This review describes the basic principles and applications of electronic tongues (e-tongues) in the food industry.

Graphical abstract: Application of electronic tongues in food processing
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Application of nucleic acid analogues as receptor layers for biosensors

Nucleic acid-based biosensors are typically used to detect DNA or RNA fragments of clinical importance.

Graphical abstract: Application of nucleic acid analogues as receptor layers for biosensors
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Genomics and taxonomy in diagnostics for food security: soft-rotting enterobacterial plant pathogens

Whole genome comparisons provide a quantitative, objective basis for taxonomic classification of bacterial pathogens important to food security.

Graphical abstract: Genomics and taxonomy in diagnostics for food security: soft-rotting enterobacterial plant pathogens
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Flow-gated capillary electrophoresis: a powerful technique for rapid and efficient chemical separation

Flow-gated capillary electrophoresis (CE) is a hybrid of conventional and microchip CE since it employs a fused silica capillary as the separation channel while taking advantage of the well-controlled flow-gated injection, which adds versatility in terms of separation efficiency, analytical throughput, and ease of coupling with sample pretreatment procedures.

Graphical abstract: Flow-gated capillary electrophoresis: a powerful technique for rapid and efficient chemical separation
From the themed collection: Microfluidic systems with societal impact
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Microfluidic hydrodynamic trapping for single cell analysis: mechanisms, methods and applications

The development of hydrodynamic-based microfluidic biochips has been increasing over the years.

Graphical abstract: Microfluidic hydrodynamic trapping for single cell analysis: mechanisms, methods and applications
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Methods for preparing DNA-functionalized gold nanoparticles, a key reagent of bioanalytical chemistry

Attaching DNA to gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) enables a suite of analytical and nanotechnology applications, yet the conjugation reaction itself manifests many interesting concepts in fundamental colloidal and interface sciences.

Graphical abstract: Methods for preparing DNA-functionalized gold nanoparticles, a key reagent of bioanalytical chemistry
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The human dimension: how social and behavioural research methods can help address microplastics in the environment

The present paper illustrates the breadth of research methods in the Social and Behavioural Sciences and how these may be applied to the issue of environmental microplastics.

Graphical abstract: The human dimension: how social and behavioural research methods can help address microplastics in the environment
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NMR-based metabolomics strategies: plants, animals and humans

This Tutorial Review addresses the principal steps from the sample preparation, acquisition and processing of spectra, data analysis and biomarker discovery and methodologies used in NMR-based metabolomics applied for pointing to key metabolites of diseases.

Graphical abstract: NMR-based metabolomics strategies: plants, animals and humans
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Racemic drug resolution: a comprehensive guide

The human body is amazingly chirally selective, and consequently enantiopure drugs are essential for treating disease. Nowadays, market approval of enantiopure drugs has increased exponentially whereas it has tremendously decreased for racemic and achiral drugs.

Graphical abstract: Racemic drug resolution: a comprehensive guide
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Analysis of dissolved organic matter fluorescence using self-organizing maps: mini-review and tutorial

A user-friendly tutorial and Matlab package facilitate easy application of self-organizing maps to fluorescence and interpretation in four different modes.

Graphical abstract: Analysis of dissolved organic matter fluorescence using self-organizing maps: mini-review and tutorial
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Recent advancements in the methodologies applied for the sensitivity enhancement of surface plasmon resonance sensors

Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) technology has widened the use of sophisticated methodologies for studying biological and chemical systems in terms of analyzing protein structures, determining the analyte concentration and retrieval of kinetic and equilibrium parameters.

Graphical abstract: Recent advancements in the methodologies applied for the sensitivity enhancement of surface plasmon resonance sensors
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Recent advances in toner-based microfluidic devices for bioanalytical applications

Toner-based microfluidic devices have emerged as promising platforms for bioanalytical applications.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in toner-based microfluidic devices for bioanalytical applications
From the themed collection: Microfluidic systems with societal impact
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Optical probes, theranostics and optogenetics shed light on zebrafish (Danio rerio)

Zebrafish is a promising animal model applied for optical probes, theranostics and optogenetics.

Graphical abstract: Optical probes, theranostics and optogenetics shed light on zebrafish (Danio rerio)
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Biosensor applications of graphene-nanocomposites bound oxidoreductive and hydrolytic enzymes

Graphene based nanocomposites have successfully been employed for high yield and stable immobilization of oxidoreductive and hydrolytic enzymes.

Graphical abstract: Biosensor applications of graphene-nanocomposites bound oxidoreductive and hydrolytic enzymes
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Flow-based food analysis: an overview of recent contributions

Analysis of food and beverages (e.g. determination of nutrients, additives, and contaminants) is benefited by the advantages provided by flow systems such as high precision and sampling rate, as well as low reagent consumption and waste generation.

Graphical abstract: Flow-based food analysis: an overview of recent contributions
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pH-Sensing fluorescence oligonucleotide probes based on an i-motif scaffold: a review

Fluorescent i-motif based sensors as promising tools for cellular pH-sensing and bioimaging.

Graphical abstract: pH-Sensing fluorescence oligonucleotide probes based on an i-motif scaffold: a review
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Magnetic tweezers for the mechanical research of DNA at the single molecule level

This review summarizes the application of magnetic tweezers for the mechanical research of DNA at the single molecule level.

Graphical abstract: Magnetic tweezers for the mechanical research of DNA at the single molecule level
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Fluorescent sensors for sodium ions

Sodium is a highly important metal in biological systems. Na+ sensing can be achieved using small molecule probes, proteins and more recently DNA, and the design of these sensors are summarized.

Graphical abstract: Fluorescent sensors for sodium ions
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Biosensing methods for the detection of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 and H7N9 viruses

A review of the biosensing methods for the detection of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 and H7N9 viruses.

Graphical abstract: Biosensing methods for the detection of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 and H7N9 viruses
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Ambient mass spectrometry in the analysis of compounds of low polarity

Ambient mass spectrometry techniques that are capable of ionizing compounds of low polarity are discussed.

Graphical abstract: Ambient mass spectrometry in the analysis of compounds of low polarity
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Surface acoustic wave devices for chemical sensing and microfluidics: a review and perspective

Surface acoustic wave sensors and microfluidic platforms enable effective chemical detection and sample manipulation.

Graphical abstract: Surface acoustic wave devices for chemical sensing and microfluidics: a review and perspective
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Recent build outs in electroanalytical biosensors based on carbon-nanomaterial modified screen printed electrode platforms

The incorporation of carbon-based nanomaterials in screen-printed electrode sensors has overtaken traditional techniques in biological and environmental sample analysis where immediate on-site monitoring is required. Our review focuses on 1D and 2D biosensor materials.

Graphical abstract: Recent build outs in electroanalytical biosensors based on carbon-nanomaterial modified screen printed electrode platforms
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Critical Review

Recent liquid chromatographic approaches and developments for the separation and purification of carbohydrates

This review highlights current techniques for carbohydrate purification and identifies research gaps.

Graphical abstract: Recent liquid chromatographic approaches and developments for the separation and purification of carbohydrates
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C-Reactive protein: a major inflammatory biomarker

C-Reactive protein, an inflammatory biomarker, has a high diagnostic and prognostic value for various cancers.

Graphical abstract: C-Reactive protein: a major inflammatory biomarker
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Recent progress in the application of nanomaterials in the analysis of emerging chemical contaminants

We review the recent applications of nanomaterials in the analysis of emerging chemical contaminants (ECCs), which are defined as newly identified chemical contaminants with no regulatory status.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in the application of nanomaterials in the analysis of emerging chemical contaminants
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Quantum dot probes for cellular analysis

Highly fluorescent and robust semiconductor nanocrystals (known as quantum dots or QDs) play a pivotal role in biological applications.

Graphical abstract: Quantum dot probes for cellular analysis
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Trans fatty acid determination by capillary zone electrophoresis: the state of the art and applications

These advantages make the technique be very attractive to attend demand of governmental agencies and industries facing the global concern in respect of the harmful health effects caused by increasing intake of TFA, as EA.

Graphical abstract: Trans fatty acid determination by capillary zone electrophoresis: the state of the art and applications
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Nanotechnology-based analytical approaches for detection of viruses

The risks posed by viral diseases have been recognised as critical threats to mankind.

Graphical abstract: Nanotechnology-based analytical approaches for detection of viruses
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A review of microscopy and comparative molecular-based methods to characterize “Plastisphere” communities

A summary of molecular and visualization techniques to characterize life in the Plastisphere and compare corresponding datasets through the VAMPS website.

Graphical abstract: A review of microscopy and comparative molecular-based methods to characterize “Plastisphere” communities
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Aptamer-based biosensors for detection of lead(II) ion: a review

Lead(II) ion (Pb2+) contamination can be accumulated along the food chain and cause a serious threat to public health.

Graphical abstract: Aptamer-based biosensors for detection of lead(ii) ion: a review
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Bisulfite-free approaches for DNA methylation profiling

The determination of epigenetic modification, especially that of 5-methylcytosine in the CpG sequence in mammals, has attracted attention because it should prove valuable in a wide range of research fields including diagnosis, drug discovery and therapy. In this review, we introduce the recent development of bisulfite-free DNA methylation analysis, which we classify into two categories, namely labelling-based and labelling-free assays.

Graphical abstract: Bisulfite-free approaches for DNA methylation profiling
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Review – trace determination of potentially toxic elements in (medicinal) plant materials

Since plant materials may contain high amounts of harmful metals, it is important to ensure the safe use of herbs by determining the current metal levels in herbs and their parts used for medical applications.

Graphical abstract: Review – trace determination of potentially toxic elements in (medicinal) plant materials
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Methods of analysing chemicals associated with microplastics: a review

Analytical approaches and methods applied to the chemical analysis of microplastics and plastic debris from the marine environment were reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Methods of analysing chemicals associated with microplastics: a review
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A review of analytical techniques for quantifying microplastics in sediments

In this review the analytical techniques for measuring microplastics in sediment have been evaluated.

Graphical abstract: A review of analytical techniques for quantifying microplastics in sediments
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Some problems and practicalities in design and interpretation of samples of microplastic waste

Improved design of sampling microplastic waste is necessary. Important problems are identified and suggestions for improvements are made.

Graphical abstract: Some problems and practicalities in design and interpretation of samples of microplastic waste
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Identification methods in microplastic analysis: a review

Microplastics have become a major global environmental issue in recent decades due to their ubiquity in the oceans, bioavailability and ability to carry toxic chemicals.

Graphical abstract: Identification methods in microplastic analysis: a review
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