Expanding the scope of chemiluminescence in bioanalysis with functional nanomaterials
Nanomaterial-enabled chemiluminescence (CL) detection has become a growing area of interest in recent years. We review the development of nanomaterial-based CL detection strategies and their applications in bioanalysis. Much progress has been achieved in the past decade, but most attempts still remain in the proof-of-concept stage. This review highlights recent advances in nanomaterials in CL detection and organizes them into three groups based on their role in detection: as a sensing platform, as a signal probe, and applications in homogeneous systems. Furthermore, we have discussed the critical challenges we are facing and future prospects of this field.
- This article is part of the themed collection: Recent Review Articles