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Themed collection RSC papers by GRC Bioanalytical Sensors 2018 Speakers

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Minireview

Analytical methods based on the light-scattering of plasmonic nanoparticles at the single particle level with dark-field microscopy imaging

This minireview summarizes analytical methods based on the light-scattering of gold nanoparticles with the dark-field microscopy imaging technique at the single particle level.

Graphical abstract: Analytical methods based on the light-scattering of plasmonic nanoparticles at the single particle level with dark-field microscopy imaging
Critical Review

Ambient mass spectrometry in metabolomics

Ambient mass spectrometry continues to grow as a high-throughput alternative to more traditional hyphenated methods, playing an increasingly-relevant role in the growing field of metabolomics.

Graphical abstract: Ambient mass spectrometry in metabolomics
Communication

Chemiluminescence molecular probe with intrinsic auto-inductive amplification: incorporation of chemiexcitation in a quinone-methide elimination

A new signal amplification system with an auto-inductive mode of action and distinct chemiluminescence output was developed.

Graphical abstract: Chemiluminescence molecular probe with intrinsic auto-inductive amplification: incorporation of chemiexcitation in a quinone-methide elimination
Open Access Communication

Development of a reversible fluorescent probe for reactive sulfur species, sulfane sulfur, and its biological application

We developed a reversible fluorescent probe for sulfane sulfur. This probe enabled us to monitor concentration changes of sulfane sulfur.

Graphical abstract: Development of a reversible fluorescent probe for reactive sulfur species, sulfane sulfur, and its biological application
Communication

Efficacious fluorescence turn-on probe for high-contrast imaging of human cells overexpressing quinone reductase activity

A turn-on substrate probe is activated by an oxidoreductase, offering fluorescence images of cancer cells with unprecedented positive signal-to-negative background ratios.

Graphical abstract: Efficacious fluorescence turn-on probe for high-contrast imaging of human cells overexpressing quinone reductase activity
Communication

Measurement of the hematocrit using paper-based microfluidic devices

We developed a paper-based microfluidic device that enables the transport of cells and measurement of the hematocrit of whole blood.

Graphical abstract: Measurement of the hematocrit using paper-based microfluidic devices
Paper

Protein cross-linking capillary electrophoresis at increased throughput for a range of protein–protein interactions

Here protein cross-linking capillary electrophoresis is demonstrated for a wide range of protein–protein interactions including weak and multimeric oligomers.

Graphical abstract: Protein cross-linking capillary electrophoresis at increased throughput for a range of protein–protein interactions
From the themed collection: Recent HOT articles
Paper

Sensitive detection of formamidopyrimidine-DNA glycosylase activity based on target-induced self-primed rolling circle amplification and magnetic nanoprobes

We developed a novel approach to sensitive detection of formamidopyrimidine-DNA glycosylase activity based on target-induced selfprimed rolling circle amplification and magnetic nanoprobes.

Graphical abstract: Sensitive detection of formamidopyrimidine-DNA glycosylase activity based on target-induced self-primed rolling circle amplification and magnetic nanoprobes
Paper

Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of semiconductor quantum dots and their bioconjugates: materials characterization and physical insights from spectrofluorimetric detection

A new method for the characterization of quantum dots and their conjugates reveals details that go unseen with other electrophoretic methods.

Graphical abstract: Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of semiconductor quantum dots and their bioconjugates: materials characterization and physical insights from spectrofluorimetric detection
Paper

Development of a label-free Raman imaging technique for differentiation of malaria parasite infected from non-infected tissue

This work uses Raman in resonance with Fe-containing porphyrin chromophores to clearly differentiate P. berghei infected & non-infected spleen tissue.

Graphical abstract: Development of a label-free Raman imaging technique for differentiation of malaria parasite infected from non-infected tissue
From the themed collection: Recent HOT articles
Paper

An automated optofluidic biosensor platform combining interferometric sensors and injection moulded microfluidics

This work presents an on-chip valve-based microfluidic automation module, capable of performing the complex fluid handling required for photonic biosensors.

Graphical abstract: An automated optofluidic biosensor platform combining interferometric sensors and injection moulded microfluidics
Open Access Paper

Pre-concentration by liquid intake by paper (P-CLIP): a new technique for large volumes and digital microfluidics

Pre-concentration by liquid intact by paper (P-CLIP) is a new technique that allows digital microfluidics to handle large volumes of dilute analyte.

Graphical abstract: Pre-concentration by liquid intake by paper (P-CLIP): a new technique for large volumes and digital microfluidics
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Paper

A field-deployed surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensor for RDX quantification in environmental waters

A field-deployable surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensor is reported for the detection RDX at ppb concentration in environmental samples.

Graphical abstract: A field-deployed surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensor for RDX quantification in environmental waters
Paper

Quantitative detection of codeine in human plasma using surface-enhanced Raman scattering via adaptation of the isotopic labelling principle

In this study surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) combined with the isotopic labelling (IL) principle has been used for the quantification of codeine spiked into both water and human plasma.

Graphical abstract: Quantitative detection of codeine in human plasma using surface-enhanced Raman scattering via adaptation of the isotopic labelling principle
Paper

Mapping minimum reflection distribution of surface plasmon resonance with a complex refractive index

A holistic approach was taken to consider the dielectric properties of absorbing labels and their effect on the minimum reflection is mapped for the Kretschmann SPR configuration.

Graphical abstract: Mapping minimum reflection distribution of surface plasmon resonance with a complex refractive index
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About this collection

This collections features recent articles in RSC journals (Analyst, Analytical Methods, Lab on a Chip and Chemical Communications) by speakers and discussion leaders at the 2018 Bioanalytical Sensors Gordon Research Conference. The 2018 GRC Bioanalytical Sensors conference will be focussing on State-of-the-Art Bioanalytical Sensing Approaches for Healthcare and Therapeutics, Forensics, and Visualization of Living Systems and is being held from the 24-29th June 2018 at Salve Regina University, Rhode Island, USA. The 2018 conference chairs are Robin L. Carley and Analyst Editor-in-Chief Duncan Graham and vice chairs are Susan Daniel and Analyst Associate Editor Jean-Francois Masson.   

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