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Instrumentational implementation for parallelized nanopore electrochemical measurements

Nanopore electrochemistry, as one of the promising tools for single molecule sensing, has proved its capability in DNA sequencing and protein analysis.

Graphical abstract: Instrumentational implementation for parallelized nanopore electrochemical measurements
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Separation of distinct exosome subpopulations: isolation and characterization approaches and their associated challenges

Currently, there exists a multitude of different exosome isolation and characterization approaches based on biophysical and/or biochemical characteristics. Herein we review various technologies for separation of distinct exosome subpopulations.

Graphical abstract: Separation of distinct exosome subpopulations: isolation and characterization approaches and their associated challenges
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Single enzyme electroanalysis

Traditional enzymology relies on the kinetics of millions of enzymes, an experimental approach that may wash out heterogeneities between individual enzymes. Electrochemical methods have emerged in the last 5 years to probe single enzyme reactivity.

Graphical abstract: Single enzyme electroanalysis
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Molecularly imprinted polymers for the detection of viruses: challenges and opportunities

Recent advancements regarding the application of MIPs and relevant virus imprinting techniques for the detection of viruses are highlighted.

Graphical abstract: Molecularly imprinted polymers for the detection of viruses: challenges and opportunities
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Self-assembled nanomaterials for biosensing and therapeutics: recent advances and challenges

Self-assembled nanomaterials (SANs) exhibit designable biofunctions owing to their tunable nanostructures and modifiable surfaces.

Graphical abstract: Self-assembled nanomaterials for biosensing and therapeutics: recent advances and challenges
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DNA origami: an outstanding platform for functions in nanophotonics and cancer therapy

The utilization of the DNA origami technique in the fabrication of complex objects has given rise to possibilities in DNA-induced precise manufacturing and might open a new era of bottom-up fabrication.

Graphical abstract: DNA origami: an outstanding platform for functions in nanophotonics and cancer therapy
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An overview of molecular biology and nanotechnology based analytical methods for the detection of SARS-CoV-2: promising biotools for the rapid diagnosis of COVID-19

Molecular biology and nanotechnology based analytical methods have proven to be promising diagnostic tools for the rapid diagnosis of COVID-19.

Graphical abstract: An overview of molecular biology and nanotechnology based analytical methods for the detection of SARS-CoV-2: promising biotools for the rapid diagnosis of COVID-19
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Gas-propelled biosensors for quantitative analysis

Gas-propelled biosensors display a simple gas-based signal amplification with quantitative detection features based on the target recognition event in combination with gas propulsion.

Graphical abstract: Gas-propelled biosensors for quantitative analysis
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Recent advances in the use of stimulated Raman scattering in histopathology

Stimulated Raman histopathology with computer aided diagnosis.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the use of stimulated Raman scattering in histopathology
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Progress in electrochemiluminescence of nanoclusters: how to improve the quantum yield of nanoclusters

Classification of nanoclusters and methods to improve their quantum yield and applications.

Graphical abstract: Progress in electrochemiluminescence of nanoclusters: how to improve the quantum yield of nanoclusters
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Nucleic acid amplification-based microfluidic approaches for antimicrobial susceptibility testing

This review discusses the recent developments in microfluidics technology for antimicrobial susceptibility testing with a special emphasis on the nucleic acid amplification-based approach.

Graphical abstract: Nucleic acid amplification-based microfluidic approaches for antimicrobial susceptibility testing
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Approaches in metabolomics for regulatory toxicology applications

This tutorial review provides an overview of key concepts in metabolomics and their application to develop successful strategies in regulatory toxicology-oriented studies.

Graphical abstract: Approaches in metabolomics for regulatory toxicology applications
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Applications of DNA-nanozyme-based sensors

In this review, the research progress of the sensors based on the DNA-nanozymes were summarized.

Graphical abstract: Applications of DNA-nanozyme-based sensors
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Smartphone-based optical analysis systems

The review describes the design, application and performance of current smartphone-based colorimeters, photo- and spectrometers and fluorimeters. Furthermore, it gives an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of such systems.

Graphical abstract: Smartphone-based optical analysis systems
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Rapid developments in lateral flow immunoassay for nucleic acid detection

Schematic of two main research directions of lateral flow assays for nucleic acid detection.

Graphical abstract: Rapid developments in lateral flow immunoassay for nucleic acid detection
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Multi-dimensional LC-MS: the next generation characterization of antibody-based therapeutics by unified online bottom-up, middle-up and intact approaches

This review presents an overview of current analytical trends in antibody characterization by multidimensional LC-MS approaches.

Graphical abstract: Multi-dimensional LC-MS: the next generation characterization of antibody-based therapeutics by unified online bottom-up, middle-up and intact approaches
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Graphene field-effect transistors as bioanalytical sensors: design, operation and performance

Changes in the electrical conductance of graphene field-effect transistors (GFETs) are used to perform quantitative analyses of biologically-relevant molecules such as DNA, proteins, ions and small molecules.

Graphical abstract: Graphene field-effect transistors as bioanalytical sensors: design, operation and performance
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Installing CRISPR–Cas12a sensors in a portable glucose meter for point-of-care detection of analytes

A simple target-responsive CRISPR/Cas12a-based strategy for translating molecular detection into a glucose test.

Graphical abstract: Installing CRISPR–Cas12a sensors in a portable glucose meter for point-of-care detection of analytes
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A ratiometric electrochemiluminescent cytosensor based on polyaniline hydrogel electrodes in spatially separated electrochemiluminescent systems

A three-channel ratiometric ECL platform for MCF-7 cells detection using potential-resolved ECL probes.

Graphical abstract: A ratiometric electrochemiluminescent cytosensor based on polyaniline hydrogel electrodes in spatially separated electrochemiluminescent systems
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4-Mercaptobenzoic acid as a MALDI matrix for highly sensitive analysis of metals

4-Mercaptobenzoic acid was first introduced as a MALDI matrix for metal analysis. The developed method was successfully applied to the rapid screening and sensitive determination of metals in PM2.5 samples.

Graphical abstract: 4-Mercaptobenzoic acid as a MALDI matrix for highly sensitive analysis of metals
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Acridinium benzoates for ratiometric fluorescence imaging of cellular viscosity

A series of fluorescent molecular rotors, acridinium benzoates, were designed for ratiometrically monitoring cellular viscosity with high sensitivity.

Graphical abstract: Acridinium benzoates for ratiometric fluorescence imaging of cellular viscosity
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Photo-driven self-powered biosensors for ultrasensitive microRNA detection based on metal–organic framework-controlled release behavior

“Signal-on” photoelectrochemical biofuel cell-based self-powered biosensors based on metal–organic framework-controlled release behavior were constructed for ultrasensitive microRNA detection.

Graphical abstract: Photo-driven self-powered biosensors for ultrasensitive microRNA detection based on metal–organic framework-controlled release behavior
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Ion-selective polymer dots for photoelectrochemical detection of potassium ions

Potassium-selective polymer dots (K-Pdots) containing potassium ionophores were for the first time used for photoelectrochemical (PEC) analysis and yielded sensitive and specific detection of potassium ions.

Graphical abstract: Ion-selective polymer dots for photoelectrochemical detection of potassium ions
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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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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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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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Electrokinetic elucidation of the interactions between persistent luminescent nanoprobes and the binary apolipoprotein-E/albumin protein system

The interactions between NPs and a binary system of proteins were studied through a systematic set of capillary electrophoresis models. The results revealed precise details of the soft and hard protein corona formation and dynamics.

Graphical abstract: Electrokinetic elucidation of the interactions between persistent luminescent nanoprobes and the binary apolipoprotein-E/albumin protein system
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Evolution of DNA aptamers against esophageal squamous cell carcinoma using cell-SELEX

Several aptamers specific to ESCC cells were successfully screened using cell-SELEX, and a truncated ultrashort aptamer was found suitable for imaging ESCC tissues of patients.

Graphical abstract: Evolution of DNA aptamers against esophageal squamous cell carcinoma using cell-SELEX
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Structural analysis of petroporphyrins from asphaltene by trapped ion mobility coupled with Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry

Combination of experimentally determined collision-cross sections provided by trapped ion mobility high-resolution mass spectrometry with in-silico calculations for structural assessment of petroporphyrins within an ultra-complex crude oil matrix.

Graphical abstract: Structural analysis of petroporphyrins from asphaltene by trapped ion mobility coupled with Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry
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Sensitive electrochemical immunosensor using a bienzymatic system consisting of β-galactosidase and glucose dehydrogenase

A sensitive electrochemical immunosensor based on a bienzymatic system consisting of β-galactosidase and flavin adenine dinucleotide-dependent glucose dehydrogenase was developed.

Graphical abstract: Sensitive electrochemical immunosensor using a bienzymatic system consisting of β-galactosidase and glucose dehydrogenase
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An automatic flow-through system for exploration of the human bioaccessibility of endocrine disrupting compounds from microplastics

Oral bioaccessibility of plastic migrants using automatic flow methodology.

Graphical abstract: An automatic flow-through system for exploration of the human bioaccessibility of endocrine disrupting compounds from microplastics
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Microplasma-induced vapor generation for rapid, sample preparation-free screening of mercury in fruits and vegetables

A simple, sensitive method based on microplasma-induced chemical vapor generation for the rapid screening and quantification of mercury in fruits and vegetables by atomic spectrometry without sample preparation.

Graphical abstract: Microplasma-induced vapor generation for rapid, sample preparation-free screening of mercury in fruits and vegetables
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A gold-based strip sensor for the detection of benzo[a]pyrene in edible oils

A broad-specific anti-B[a]P mAb (4E8) was prepared with IC50 value of 2.51 ng mL−1. The GNP-ICS assay showed broad specificity in the detection of B[a]P and its analogues, with cut-off and vLOD values of 100 and 10 ng mL−1, respectively.

Graphical abstract: A gold-based strip sensor for the detection of benzo[a]pyrene in edible oils
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TiN nanopillar-enhanced laser desorption and ionization of various analytes

TiN nanopillar was applied as a robust analytical substrate for the laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry of various types of analytes with a wide mass range. Numerical simulation validated the heat confinement effect of the pillar shape.

Graphical abstract: TiN nanopillar-enhanced laser desorption and ionization of various analytes
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Hyper-fast gas chromatography and single-photon ionisation time-of-flight mass spectrometry with integrated electrical modulator-based sampling for headspace and online VOC analyses

We developed a novel fast gas chromatography (fastGC) instrument with integrated sampling of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and detection by single-photon ionisation (SPI) time-of-flight mass spectrometry (TOFMS).

Graphical abstract: Hyper-fast gas chromatography and single-photon ionisation time-of-flight mass spectrometry with integrated electrical modulator-based sampling for headspace and online VOC analyses
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Thin film molecularly imprinted polymer (TF-MIP), a selective and single-use extraction device for high-throughput analysis of biological samples

A thin film molecularly imprinted polymer (TF-MIP) is developed for isolation of tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs). This single use microextraction device is applied for selective and high-throughput extraction of TCAs from biological matrices.

Graphical abstract: Thin film molecularly imprinted polymer (TF-MIP), a selective and single-use extraction device for high-throughput analysis of biological samples
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Rapid, in situ detection of chemical warfare agent simulants and hydrolysis products in bulk soils by low-cost 3D-printed cone spray ionization mass spectrometry

A new ambient ionization method, 3D-printed cone spray ionization mass spectrometry (3D-PCSI-MS), is implemented for rapid profiling of chemical warfare agent (CWA) simulants in unprepared soil samples.

Graphical abstract: Rapid, in situ detection of chemical warfare agent simulants and hydrolysis products in bulk soils by low-cost 3D-printed cone spray ionization mass spectrometry
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HIV detection from human serum with paper-based isotachophoretic RNA extraction and reverse transcription recombinase polymerase amplification

An HIV detection assay featuring a low-cost μPAD for electrophoretic RNA extraction and rapid isothermal nucleic acid amplification.

Graphical abstract: HIV detection from human serum with paper-based isotachophoretic RNA extraction and reverse transcription recombinase polymerase amplification
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A carbon dot doped lanthanide coordination polymer nanocomposite as the ratiometric fluorescent probe for the sensitive detection of alkaline phosphatase activity

Based on the stimulus-responsive lanthanide coordination polymer and the stable fluorescence of carbon dots (CDs), a simple ratiometric fluorescence sensing strategy was proposed to detect ALP activity.

Graphical abstract: A carbon dot doped lanthanide coordination polymer nanocomposite as the ratiometric fluorescent probe for the sensitive detection of alkaline phosphatase activity
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Spectral characterisation of a traditional Mesoamerican dye: relationship between in situ identification on the 16th century Codex Borbonicus manuscript and composition of Justicia spicigera plant extract

The identification of Justicia spicigera in the Codex Borbonicus by Raman spectroscopy motivated the development of a multi-analytical techniques approach to broaden the physico-chemical knowledge regarding this traditional dye source.

Graphical abstract: Spectral characterisation of a traditional Mesoamerican dye: relationship between in situ identification on the 16th century Codex Borbonicus manuscript and composition of Justicia spicigera plant extract
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A modular microscopic smartphone attachment for imaging and quantification of multiple fluorescent probes using machine learning

A smartphone-based fluorescent microscope capable of imaging multiple fluorescent probes at different magnification levels.

Graphical abstract: A modular microscopic smartphone attachment for imaging and quantification of multiple fluorescent probes using machine learning
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A dual-channel incoherent broadband cavity-enhanced absorption spectrometer for sensitive atmospheric NOx measurements

A novel dual cavity UV-VIS spectrometer for sensitive monitoring of urban NOx and other interfering pollutants.

Graphical abstract: A dual-channel incoherent broadband cavity-enhanced absorption spectrometer for sensitive atmospheric NOx measurements
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Comparative evaluation and design of a G-triplex/thioflavin T-based molecular beacon

Compared with the common G-quadruplex-based molecular beacon, the G-triplex-based molecular beacon exhibits higher sensitivity and faster response speed.

Graphical abstract: Comparative evaluation and design of a G-triplex/thioflavin T-based molecular beacon
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Tryptamine-functionalized magnetic nanoparticles for highly sensitive detection of Salmonella typhimurium

A workflow for bacterial pathogen enrichment and DNA extraction and isolation in the single-tube sample preparation method for nucleic acid-based detection of nontyphoidal salmonella is presented.

Graphical abstract: Tryptamine-functionalized magnetic nanoparticles for highly sensitive detection of Salmonella typhimurium
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Supramolecular self-assembly and perfected in vitro/vivo property of 5-fluorouracil and ferulic acid on the strength of double optimized strategy: the first 5-fluorouracial-phenolic acid nutraceutical cocrystal with synergistic antitumor efficacy

The first 5-fluorouracil-nutraceutical cocrystal with synergistic antitumor effect, Flu-FR-H2O, is synthesized based on the dual optimization strategy and evaluated by combining the experimental evaluation with theoretical analysis.

Graphical abstract: Supramolecular self-assembly and perfected in vitro/vivo property of 5-fluorouracil and ferulic acid on the strength of double optimized strategy: the first 5-fluorouracial-phenolic acid nutraceutical cocrystal with synergistic antitumor efficacy
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Location of carbon–carbon double bonds in unsaturated lipids using microdroplet mass spectrometry

Microdroplet mass spectrometry for the location of carbon–carbon double bonds in unsaturated fatty acids and lipids via ROS generation at the air–water interface.

Graphical abstract: Location of carbon–carbon double bonds in unsaturated lipids using microdroplet mass spectrometry
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Predicting the conformations of the silk protein through deep learning

Deep learning models are developed to identify the silk proteins and evaluate their relative content of each conformation from FTIR spectra. These models are highly accurate and time-efficient and promise to process massive FTIR data sets.

Graphical abstract: Predicting the conformations of the silk protein through deep learning
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Simultaneously monitoring endogenous MAPK members in single living cells by multi-channel fluorescence correlation spectroscopy

A new strategy for in situ and simultaneously monitoring endogenous MAPK kinases in single living cells based on a multi-channel FCS system and affinity fluorescent probes is developed.

Graphical abstract: Simultaneously monitoring endogenous MAPK members in single living cells by multi-channel fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
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Dissociation of large gaseous serine clusters produces abundant protonated serine octamer

Dissociation of large multiply protonated serine clusters produces abundant protonated octamer at an optimum ion temperature predominantly through a doubly protonated decamer intermediate.

Graphical abstract: Dissociation of large gaseous serine clusters produces abundant protonated serine octamer
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Catalysis-induced performance enhancement of an electrochemical microcystin-LR aptasensor based on cobalt-based oxide on a B, N co-doped graphene hydrogel

An electrochemical sensor based on a 3D cobalt-based oxide modified boron and nitrogen co-doped graphene hydrogel exhibited excellent sensitivity and catalytic induction properties.

Graphical abstract: Catalysis-induced performance enhancement of an electrochemical microcystin-LR aptasensor based on cobalt-based oxide on a B, N co-doped graphene hydrogel
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Droplet-based blood group antibody screening with laser incubation

Complete indirect antiglobulin test (IAT) in a single diagnostic incorporating a laser-incubated droplet on a hydrophobic surface with read-out provided by a paper strip.

Graphical abstract: Droplet-based blood group antibody screening with laser incubation
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DNA nanolantern-based split aptamer probes for in situ ATP imaging in living cells and lighting up mitochondria

We designed DNA nanolantern-based split aptamer nanoprobes for in situ ratiometric analysis of ATP expression in living cells.

Graphical abstract: DNA nanolantern-based split aptamer probes for in situ ATP imaging in living cells and lighting up mitochondria
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A metal–organic framework with multienzyme activity as a biosensing platform for real-time electrochemical detection of nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide

A metal–organic framework with multienzyme activity was designed as an electrochemical material for real-time electrochemical detection of nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide.

Graphical abstract: A metal–organic framework with multienzyme activity as a biosensing platform for real-time electrochemical detection of nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide
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A combined flow injection/reversed-phase chromatography–high-resolution mass spectrometry workflow for accurate absolute lipid quantification with 13C internal standards

A fully automated novel workflow for lipidomics based on flow injection, followed by reversed phase liquid chromatography–high-resolution mass spectrometry in combination with LILY as internal standard, enabling accurate quantification via RP-LC.

Graphical abstract: A combined flow injection/reversed-phase chromatography–high-resolution mass spectrometry workflow for accurate absolute lipid quantification with 13C internal standards
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Development of a piperazinyl-NBD-based fluorescent probe and its dual-channel detection for hydrogen sulfide

To selectively detect H2S, a novel dual-channel fluorescence probe, triphenylamine piperazine NBD (TPA-Pz-NBD), was developed based on the thiolysis reaction of NBD amine.

Graphical abstract: Development of a piperazinyl-NBD-based fluorescent probe and its dual-channel detection for hydrogen sulfide
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Fabrication of an electrochemical biosensor composed of multi-functional Ag ion intercalated DNA four-way junctions/rhodium nanoplate heterolayer on a micro-gap for C-reactive protein detection in human serum

As inflammation plays a role in the pathogenesis of acute coronary syndromes, C-reactive protein (CRP) can be used as a biomarker. The present study constructed the electrochemcial biosensor with nanobio hybrid material for CRP detection.

Graphical abstract: Fabrication of an electrochemical biosensor composed of multi-functional Ag ion intercalated DNA four-way junctions/rhodium nanoplate heterolayer on a micro-gap for C-reactive protein detection in human serum
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In vitro measurement of superoxide dismutase-like nanozyme activity: a comparative study

Analyzing the SOD-like activity of nanozymes in vitro is of great importance for identifying new nanozymes and predicting their potential biological effects in vivo.

Graphical abstract: In vitro measurement of superoxide dismutase-like nanozyme activity: a comparative study
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