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Quantifying cyanide in water and foodstuff using corrin-based CyanoKit technologies and a smartphone

This paper describes the detection of endogenous cyanide using corrin-based CyanoKit technologies in combination with a smartphone readout device.

Graphical abstract: Quantifying cyanide in water and foodstuff using corrin-based CyanoKit technologies and a smartphone
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Paper-based SERS analysis with smartphones as Raman spectral analyzers

We present a smartphone-based portable Raman spectrometer, which has a friendly human–machine interface, easy operation, rapid response time, and most importantly a very small size for on-site use.

Graphical abstract: Paper-based SERS analysis with smartphones as Raman spectral analyzers
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Lectin inspired polymers based on the dipeptide Ser-Asp for glycopeptide enrichment

Lectin inspired polymers polySD-SiO2 were prepared and applied to the high-efficiency enrichment of glycopeptides.

Graphical abstract: Lectin inspired polymers based on the dipeptide Ser-Asp for glycopeptide enrichment
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Detection of Escherichia coli bacteria by impact electrochemistry

Employing the redox species N,N,N′,N′-tetramethyl-para-phenylene-diamine (TMPD), the label-free detection of E. coli, based on an electrochemical “on”-signal during impact electrochemistry, is reported for the first time.

Graphical abstract: Detection of Escherichia coli bacteria by impact electrochemistry
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A ratiometric Raman probe for live-cell imaging of hydrogen sulfide in mitochondria by stimulated Raman scattering

We develop a ratiometric Raman probe for visualizing hydrogen sulfide in living cells as the first alkyne-based sensor for SRS microscopy.

Graphical abstract: A ratiometric Raman probe for live-cell imaging of hydrogen sulfide in mitochondria by stimulated Raman scattering
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In vivo detection of drug-induced apoptosis in tumors using Raman spectroscopy

We describe a label-free approach based on Raman spectroscopy, to study drug-induced apoptosis in vivo.

Graphical abstract: In vivo detection of drug-induced apoptosis in tumors using Raman spectroscopy
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Communication

Highly sensitive and on-site NO2 SERS sensors operated under ambient conditions

This paper presents the first demonstration of highly sensitive and on-site SERS-based NO2 sensors with a detection limit of 0.1 ppm operated under ambient conditions.

Graphical abstract: Highly sensitive and on-site NO2 SERS sensors operated under ambient conditions
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A new enzyme immunoassay for alpha-fetoprotein in a separate setup coupling an aluminium/Prussian blue-based self-powered electrochromic display with a digital multimeter readout

A new immunoassay was designed for the detection of disease-related biomarkers (alpha-fetoprotein, AFP, as a model), coupling an aluminium (Al)/Prussian blue-based electrochromic display with a digital multimeter readout.

Graphical abstract: A new enzyme immunoassay for alpha-fetoprotein in a separate setup coupling an aluminium/Prussian blue-based self-powered electrochromic display with a digital multimeter readout
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Wettability alteration in a functional capillary tube for visual quantitative point of care testing

A quantified POCT device was designed based on wettability alteration in a capillary tube.

Graphical abstract: Wettability alteration in a functional capillary tube for visual quantitative point of care testing
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A novel electrochemiluminescence biosensor based on S-doped yttrium oxide ultrathin nanosheets for the detection of anti-Dig antibodies

The mechanism of a novel electrochemiluminescence biosensor based on S-doped yttrium oxide ultrathin nanosheets for detection of anti-Dig antibodies.

Graphical abstract: A novel electrochemiluminescence biosensor based on S-doped yttrium oxide ultrathin nanosheets for the detection of anti-Dig antibodies
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Molecularly imprinted nanoparticles for inhibiting ribonuclease in reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction

We showed that molecularly imprinted nanoparticles (nanoMIPs) could efficiently inhibit the activities of the RNase in RT-PCR reactions, demonstrating that the tailor-made nanomaterials are very promising for use in routine biological assays.

Graphical abstract: Molecularly imprinted nanoparticles for inhibiting ribonuclease in reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction
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Small molecule–protein interactions in branch migration thermodynamics: modelling and application in the homogeneous detection of proteins and small molecules

A homogeneous assay for proteins and small molecules with ultra-high inhibition factors and sensitivity was established.

Graphical abstract: Small molecule–protein interactions in branch migration thermodynamics: modelling and application in the homogeneous detection of proteins and small molecules
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Communication

A thumb-size electrochemical system for portable sensors

A thumb-size and precise electrochemical system is designed for sensors in size and cost sensitive applications.

Graphical abstract: A thumb-size electrochemical system for portable sensors
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An ultrasensitive photoelectrochemical bioanalysis strategy for tumor markers based on the significantly enhanced signal of a bismuth oxyiodine microsphere/graphitic carbon nitride composite

An ultrasensitive PEC bioanalysis strategy was designed based on the significantly enhanced signal of BiOI/g-C3N4 and amplified signal variation of CuS NPs.

Graphical abstract: An ultrasensitive photoelectrochemical bioanalysis strategy for tumor markers based on the significantly enhanced signal of a bismuth oxyiodine microsphere/graphitic carbon nitride composite
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Time-resolved visual detection of heparin by accelerated etching of gold nanorods

Plasmonic gold nanorods are promising and sensitive light scattering probes, which can reach the single particle level. Herein, we present the scattering properties of gold nanorods for time-resolved visual detection of heparin based on the rapid etching of gold nanorods under dark-field microscopy.

Graphical abstract: Time-resolved visual detection of heparin by accelerated etching of gold nanorods
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Deducing disulfide patterns of cysteine-rich proteins using signature fragments produced by top-down mass spectrometry

With improved deconvolution and fragment identification strategies, we use the patterns of specific modifications of fragment ions resulted from disulfide cleavage in top-down mass spectrometry to deduce the complex disulfide patterns of cysteine-rich proteins.

Graphical abstract: Deducing disulfide patterns of cysteine-rich proteins using signature fragments produced by top-down mass spectrometry
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Bottom-up and top-down profiling of pentosan polysulfate

Pentosan polysulfate (PPS), a semi-synthetic glycosaminoglycan (GAG) mimetic, is profiled by bottom-up and top-down analysis.

Graphical abstract: Bottom-up and top-down profiling of pentosan polysulfate
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Study of porphyrin-modified liquid exfoliated graphene field-effect transistors for evaluating DNA methylation degree

Recognizing and counting 5-methylcytosine (5mC) sites on ssDNA are realized by porphyrin-modified liquid exfoliated graphene field-effect transistors (TAPP@LEG-FETs).

Graphical abstract: Study of porphyrin-modified liquid exfoliated graphene field-effect transistors for evaluating DNA methylation degree
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A semiconductor quantum dot-based ratiometric electrochemical aptasensor for the selective and reliable determination of aflatoxin B1

A ratiometric electrochemical aptasensor was developed for the selective and reliable determination of aflatoxin B1 with an inherent reference signal.

Graphical abstract: A semiconductor quantum dot-based ratiometric electrochemical aptasensor for the selective and reliable determination of aflatoxin B1
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A near-infrared biothiol-specific fluorescent probe for cancer cell recognition

A novel near-infrared biothiol-specific fluorescent probe can discriminate cancer cells from normal cells showing great promise for cancer diagnosis.

Graphical abstract: A near-infrared biothiol-specific fluorescent probe for cancer cell recognition
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Postsynthetic functionalization of water stable zirconium metal organic frameworks for high performance copper removal

Thiol functionalized water stable zirconium MOFs were synthesized and used for copper adsorption with enhanced adsorption capacity and stability.

Graphical abstract: Postsynthetic functionalization of water stable zirconium metal organic frameworks for high performance copper removal
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A water-stable La-MOF with high fluorescence sensing and supercapacitive performances

La-MOF shows excellent chemical stability and high fluorescence sensing. La-MOF electrode exhibits high specific capacity and good cycling stability.

Graphical abstract: A water-stable La-MOF with high fluorescence sensing and supercapacitive performances
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High-affinity Fe3O4/Au probe with synergetic effect of surface plasmon resonance and charge transfer enabling improved SERS sensing of dopamine in biofluids

Fe3O4/Au composites demonstrated a coupled enhanced mechanism allowing for sensitive detection of dopamine in complicated specimens subjected to simple pretreatment.

Graphical abstract: High-affinity Fe3O4/Au probe with synergetic effect of surface plasmon resonance and charge transfer enabling improved SERS sensing of dopamine in biofluids
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Modulating an in situ fluorogenic reaction for the label-free ratiometric detection of biothiols

A label-free ratiometric method for biothiol detection is developed based on the modulation of fluorogenic reaction and the inner filter effect.

Graphical abstract: Modulating an in situ fluorogenic reaction for the label-free ratiometric detection of biothiols
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A dual-responsive luminescent metal–organic framework as a recyclable luminescent probe for the highly effective detection of pyrophosphate and nitrofurantoin

Luminescent ZTMOF-1 can discriminately detect PPi and NFT with high selectivity, sensitivity and stability.

Graphical abstract: A dual-responsive luminescent metal–organic framework as a recyclable luminescent probe for the highly effective detection of pyrophosphate and nitrofurantoin
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Fluorescent visual quantitation of cell-secreted sialoglycoconjugates by chemoselective recognition and hybridization chain reaction

A fluorescent visual method is developed for the quantitation of cell-secreted sialoglycoconjugates by chemoselective recognition and hybridization chain reaction.

Graphical abstract: Fluorescent visual quantitation of cell-secreted sialoglycoconjugates by chemoselective recognition and hybridization chain reaction
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A simple highly specific fluorescent probe for simultaneous discrimination of cysteine/homocysteine and glutathione/hydrogen sulfide in living cells and zebrafish using two separated fluorescence channels under single wavelength excitation

A simple highly specific fluorescent probe was reasonably constructed to simultaneously detect Cys/Hcy and GSH/H2S in living cells and zebrafish using two separated fluorescence channels under single wavelength excitation.

Graphical abstract: A simple highly specific fluorescent probe for simultaneous discrimination of cysteine/homocysteine and glutathione/hydrogen sulfide in living cells and zebrafish using two separated fluorescence channels under single wavelength excitation
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Advances in age-dating of individual uranium particles by large geometry secondary ion mass spectrometry

Age-dating measurements are performed on individual uranium particles that are younger, smaller, and less enriched in 235U than previously reported.

Graphical abstract: Advances in age-dating of individual uranium particles by large geometry secondary ion mass spectrometry
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Catalase-linked immunosorbent pressure assay for portable quantitative analysis

In this study, catalase-linked immunosorbent pressure assay with a gas-generation reaction was established for quantitative detection of disease biomarker C-reactive protein (CRP) by a portable pressuremeter.

Graphical abstract: Catalase-linked immunosorbent pressure assay for portable quantitative analysis
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Embedding cyclic nitrone in mesoporous silica particles for EPR spin trapping of superoxide and other radicals

Mesoporous silica functionalised with a cyclic spin trap enabled the identification of a wide range of radicals in organic and aqueous media, including superoxide radical anion.

Graphical abstract: Embedding cyclic nitrone in mesoporous silica particles for EPR spin trapping of superoxide and other radicals
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Microfluidic co-culture of liver tumor spheroids with stellate cells for the investigation of drug resistance and intercellular interactions

Hepatic stellate cells (HSCs), a major component of the tumor microenvironment in liver cancer, play important roles in cancer progression as well as drug resistance.

Graphical abstract: Microfluidic co-culture of liver tumor spheroids with stellate cells for the investigation of drug resistance and intercellular interactions
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A dual-mode fluorometric/colorimetric sensor for Cu2+ detection based on hybridized carbon dots and gold–silver core–shell nanoparticles

A fluorometric and colorimetric dual mode sensing platform based on hybridized carbon dots (Cdots) and gold–silver core–shell nanoparticles (Au@Ag NPs) has been established for the sensitive detection of trace Cu2+ ions in aqueous solution.

Graphical abstract: A dual-mode fluorometric/colorimetric sensor for Cu2+ detection based on hybridized carbon dots and gold–silver core–shell nanoparticles
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Multi-code magnetic beads based on DNAzyme-mediated double-cycling amplification for a point-of-care assay of telomerase activity

Development of a reliable and facile telomerase activity assay with high specificity and sensitivity is a central challenge to make telomerase testing a routine part of medical care with respect to cancer.

Graphical abstract: Multi-code magnetic beads based on DNAzyme-mediated double-cycling amplification for a point-of-care assay of telomerase activity
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Electronically-tuned triarylmethine scaffolds for fast and continuous monitoring of H2S levels in biological samples

A fast and reliable spectrophotometric method for the selective detection and quantification of H2S in biological samples is presented.

Graphical abstract: Electronically-tuned triarylmethine scaffolds for fast and continuous monitoring of H2S levels in biological samples
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Volatomic pattern of breast cancer and cancer-free tissues as a powerful strategy to identify potential biomarkers

Breast cancer (BC), ranked as the fifth amongst all cancers, remains at the top of women's cancers worldwide.

Graphical abstract: Volatomic pattern of breast cancer and cancer-free tissues as a powerful strategy to identify potential biomarkers
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Two-photon imaging of the endoplasmic reticulum thiol flux in the brains of mice with depression phenotypes

Two-photon fluorescent probe ER-SH was used to selectively and sensitively monitor the ER thiol flux in the brains of mice with depression phenotypes.

Graphical abstract: Two-photon imaging of the endoplasmic reticulum thiol flux in the brains of mice with depression phenotypes
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Solution-processed wrinkled electrodes enable the development of stretchable electrochemical biosensors

Wearable biosensors are critical for enabling real-time and continuous health monitoring and disease management.

Graphical abstract: Solution-processed wrinkled electrodes enable the development of stretchable electrochemical biosensors
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RNA chaperone assisted intramolecular annealing reaction towards oligouridylated RNA detection in cancer cells

An RNA chaperone assisted intramolecular annealing reaction for sensitive detection of genetic material in cell lysis and single cells was constructed.

Graphical abstract: RNA chaperone assisted intramolecular annealing reaction towards oligouridylated RNA detection in cancer cells
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Integrated microfluidic device for the separation, decomposition and detection of low molecular weight S-nitrosothiols

S-nitrosothiols (RSNOs) are electrokinetically separated and the nitrite generated by decomposition with mercury(II) is detected by amperometry, in an integrated microdevice.

Graphical abstract: Integrated microfluidic device for the separation, decomposition and detection of low molecular weight S-nitrosothiols
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Near-field infrared nanospectroscopy and super-resolution fluorescence microscopy enable complementary nanoscale analyses of lymphocyte nuclei

First near-field infrared spectroscopy and imaging of lymphocyte nucleus at 30 nm spatial resolution reveals spectrochemically distinct regions in nuclear organization.

Graphical abstract: Near-field infrared nanospectroscopy and super-resolution fluorescence microscopy enable complementary nanoscale analyses of lymphocyte nuclei
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How to unravel the chemical structure and component localization of individual drug-loaded polymeric nanoparticles by using tapping AFM-IR

We describe here the theoretical basis of the innovative tapping AFM-IR mode that can address novel challenges in imaging and chemical mapping of polymeric nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: How to unravel the chemical structure and component localization of individual drug-loaded polymeric nanoparticles by using tapping AFM-IR
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Combined heterologies for monoclonal antibody-based immunoanalysis of fluxapyroxad

Fluxapyroxad high-affinity antibody generation and sensitive immunoassay development from a suitable hapten design.

Graphical abstract: Combined heterologies for monoclonal antibody-based immunoanalysis of fluxapyroxad
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A comparative study of branched and linear mannitol-based amphiphiles on membrane protein stability

The comparative study on linear vs. branched alkyl-chain amphiphiles indicates a favorable role for branched alkyl-chains in stabilizing membrane proteins.

Graphical abstract: A comparative study of branched and linear mannitol-based amphiphiles on membrane protein stability
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Fourier transform infrared spectra of cells on glass coverslips. A further step in spectral pathology

FTIR spectra of cells on glass coverslips allows the study of the Amide I region.

Graphical abstract: Fourier transform infrared spectra of cells on glass coverslips. A further step in spectral pathology
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A novel paper-based colorimetry device for the determination of the albumin to creatinine ratio

A novel paper-based analytical device (PAD) was fabricated and developed for the simple and rapid determination of the albumin to creatinine ratio (ACR) in urine samples.

Graphical abstract: A novel paper-based colorimetry device for the determination of the albumin to creatinine ratio
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Logical MS/MS scans: a new set of operations for tandem mass spectrometry

Described herein are novel sets of multiplexed MS/MS scans – termed ‘logical scans’ – performed on a linear ion trap.

Graphical abstract: Logical MS/MS scans: a new set of operations for tandem mass spectrometry
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Development of a selective and highly sensitive fluorescence assay for nucleoside triphosphate diphosphohydrolase1 (NTPDase1, CD39)

A new fluorescence-based assay is useful for monitoring CD39 reactions and enables low picomolar detection of nucleotides.

Graphical abstract: Development of a selective and highly sensitive fluorescence assay for nucleoside triphosphate diphosphohydrolase1 (NTPDase1, CD39)
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Interaction study of cancer cells and fibroblasts on a spatially confined oxygen gradient microfluidic chip to investigate the tumor microenvironment

This paper reports a single-layered microfluidic device for studying the interaction of cancer cells and fibroblasts in an oxygen gradient.

Graphical abstract: Interaction study of cancer cells and fibroblasts on a spatially confined oxygen gradient microfluidic chip to investigate the tumor microenvironment
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Biochemical alterations of Candida albicans during the phenotypic transition from yeast to hyphae captured by Fourier transform mid-infrared-attenuated reflectance spectroscopy

The first study that applies FTIR spectroscopy to monitor the biochemical modification of Candida albicans during the transition from a benign yeast to virulent hyphae using multiple spectral analyses.

Graphical abstract: Biochemical alterations of Candida albicans during the phenotypic transition from yeast to hyphae captured by Fourier transform mid-infrared-attenuated reflectance spectroscopy
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Sensitive fluorescence detection of heparin based on self-assembly of mesoporous silica nanoparticle–gold nanoclusters with emission enhancement characteristics

Sensitive fluorescence detection of heparin based on self-assembly of mesoporous silica nanoparticle–gold nanoclusters with emission enhancement characteristics was reported.

Graphical abstract: Sensitive fluorescence detection of heparin based on self-assembly of mesoporous silica nanoparticle–gold nanoclusters with emission enhancement characteristics
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A dual chemosensor for Cu2+ and Hg2+ based on a rhodamine-terminated water-soluble polymer in 100% aqueous solution

A dual chemosensor based on rhodamine-terminated PEG was developed for the simultaneous selective detection of Cu2+ and Hg2+ in water.

Graphical abstract: A dual chemosensor for Cu2+ and Hg2+ based on a rhodamine-terminated water-soluble polymer in 100% aqueous solution
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Detection of opium alkaloids in a Cypriot base-ring juglet

The first rigorous chemical evidence supporting the controversial theory linking Bronze Age Cypriot base-ring juglets with the opium poppy.

Graphical abstract: Detection of opium alkaloids in a Cypriot base-ring juglet
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A background-subtraction strategy leads to ratiometric sensing of oxygen without recalibration

After background subtraction, oxygen sensors with different probe concentrations, instrumental setups, surface roughnesses, and supporting matrixes present identical calibration curves.

Graphical abstract: A background-subtraction strategy leads to ratiometric sensing of oxygen without recalibration
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Digital enzyme assay using attoliter droplet array

Attoliter-volume and air-sealed reactor array for fast and robust single-molecule enzyme assay.

Graphical abstract: Digital enzyme assay using attoliter droplet array
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Highly sensitive detection of exosomes by SERS using gold nanostar@Raman reporter@nanoshell structures modified with a bivalent cholesterol-labeled DNA anchor

Exosomes, as important signal transmitters, play a key role in intercellular communication, especially in cancer metastasis.

Graphical abstract: Highly sensitive detection of exosomes by SERS using gold nanostar@Raman reporter@nanoshell structures modified with a bivalent cholesterol-labeled DNA anchor
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Structuring polarity-inverted TBA to G-quadruplex for selective recognition of planarity of natural isoquinoline alkaloids

Selective small molecules’ planarity identification is first developed using the polarity inverted G-quadruplex as a high-performance selector.

Graphical abstract: Structuring polarity-inverted TBA to G-quadruplex for selective recognition of planarity of natural isoquinoline alkaloids
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2D europium coordination polymer as a regenerable fluorescence probe for efficiently detecting fipronil

A metal organic coordination polymer based fluorescent probe was used to detect fipronil for the first time. Luminescence intensities of 1 continuously reduced with increasing concentrations of fipronil, and still showed high fluorescence intensity after four cycles.

Graphical abstract: 2D europium coordination polymer as a regenerable fluorescence probe for efficiently detecting fipronil
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Two new quinoline-based regenerable fluorescent probes with AIE characteristics for selective recognition of Cu2+ in aqueous solution and test strips

Two novel highly selective quinoline-based fluorescent probes with an aggregation induced emission (AIE) feature are used for rapid analysis of Cu2+ in aqueous media and on paper strips with a fluorescence quenching mechanism.

Graphical abstract: Two new quinoline-based regenerable fluorescent probes with AIE characteristics for selective recognition of Cu2+ in aqueous solution and test strips
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A reaction-based near-infrared fluorescent probe that can visualize endogenous selenocysteine in vivo in tumor-bearing mice

Endogenously generated selenocysteine in tumor-bearing mice were selectively detected by our reaction-based NIR probe for the first time.

Graphical abstract: A reaction-based near-infrared fluorescent probe that can visualize endogenous selenocysteine in vivo in tumor-bearing mice
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Design of a simple paper-based colorimetric biosensor using polydiacetylene liposomes for neomycin detection

A paper-based analytical device (μPAD) combined with self-signaling polydiacetylene liposomes was developed for convenient visual neomycin detection.

Graphical abstract: Design of a simple paper-based colorimetric biosensor using polydiacetylene liposomes for neomycin detection
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Primer dephosphorylation-initiated circular exponential amplification for ultrasensitive detection of alkaline phosphatase

We develop a new fluorescent method for ultrasensitive alkaline phosphatase assay based on primer dephosphorylation-initiated isothermal circular exponential amplification.

Graphical abstract: Primer dephosphorylation-initiated circular exponential amplification for ultrasensitive detection of alkaline phosphatase
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Collagen formation observed from healing calvarial defects with principal component analysis of Raman scattering

Raman, along with PCA and optical techniques, helps in diagnosis of bone compositional changes during healing calvarial defects.

Graphical abstract: Collagen formation observed from healing calvarial defects with principal component analysis of Raman scattering
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A colorimetric chemosensor for heptanal with selectivity over formaldehyde and acetaldehyde through synergistic interaction of hydrophobic interactions and oxime formation

Hydroxylamine-functionalized polydiacetylene was evaluated as a heptanal chemosensor with selectivity over formaldehyde and acetaldehyde.

Graphical abstract: A colorimetric chemosensor for heptanal with selectivity over formaldehyde and acetaldehyde through synergistic interaction of hydrophobic interactions and oxime formation
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A simple fluorescent aptamer based assay coupled with fluorescence scanning capillary array for aflatoxin B1

AFB1 binding to a fluorescently labeled aptamer causes a fluorescence increase, and AFB1 detection is achieved by fluorescence scanning of a capillary array.

Graphical abstract: A simple fluorescent aptamer based assay coupled with fluorescence scanning capillary array for aflatoxin B1
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Lateral flow assays for Ochratoxin A using metal nanoparticles: comparison of “adsorption–desorption” approach to linkage inversion assembled nano-aptasensors (LIANA)

Nano-aptamer probes were prepared and used in lateral flow colorimetric assays for the detection of Ochratoxin A (OTA).

Graphical abstract: Lateral flow assays for Ochratoxin A using metal nanoparticles: comparison of “adsorption–desorption” approach to linkage inversion assembled nano-aptasensors (LIANA)
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Label-free determination of adenosine and mercury ions according to force mapping-based force-to-color variety

Force mapping can be used as a novel force-to-color sensing technique for the label-free detection of adenosine and Hg2+.

Graphical abstract: Label-free determination of adenosine and mercury ions according to force mapping-based force-to-color variety
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Innovative HPTLC method with fluorescence detection for assessment of febuxostat–montelukast combination and study of their protective effects against gouty arthritis

This study was designed to evaluate the potential protective effects of montelukast, febuxostat and their combination on a model of acute gouty arthritis, and to establish a HPTLC method for determination of both drugs simultaneously.

Graphical abstract: Innovative HPTLC method with fluorescence detection for assessment of febuxostat–montelukast combination and study of their protective effects against gouty arthritis
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Online monitoring of the kinetic isotope effect in chemical reactions with 1H and 19F low-field NMR spectroscopy

Real-time monitoring of the kinetic isotope effect by low-field 1H and 19F spectroscopy.

Graphical abstract: Online monitoring of the kinetic isotope effect in chemical reactions with 1H and 19F low-field NMR spectroscopy
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Rapid and sensitive detection of nodularin-R in water by a label-free BLI aptasensor

A novel label-free BLI aptasensor was developed for the rapid and sensitive detection of nodularin-R in water.

Graphical abstract: Rapid and sensitive detection of nodularin-R in water by a label-free BLI aptasensor
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Surface dependent enhancement in water vapor permeation through nanochannels

Transmission resistance for selective water vapor permeation through hydrophobic conduits with a varying degree of surface wettability is estimated inside a nanofluidic device.

Graphical abstract: Surface dependent enhancement in water vapor permeation through nanochannels
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