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MOFs-mediated dual energy transfer nanoprobe integrated with exonuclease III amplification strategy for highly sensitive detection of DNA

Anal. Methods, 2024, Accepted Manuscript
DOI: 10.1039/D4AY00127C, Paper
Xiaojing Xing, Mengying Gao, Minglin Lei, Kunqi Cheng, Yifan Zhao, Xianchao Du, Luyi Zong, Dongfang Qiu, Xueguo Liu
Accurate quantitative detection of DNA is an advanced strategy in various fields (disease diagnosis, environmental monitoring, etc.), but classical DNA detection method usually suffers from the low-sensitivity, expensive thermal cyclers,...
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Preparation of dyed polymer microspheres by a physical-chemical dual-binding method and their application in lateral flow immunoassay

Anal. Methods, 2024, Accepted Manuscript
DOI: 10.1039/D3AY02279J, Paper
Jiatong Li, Pengfei Zhang, Qianrui Xu, Yingrui Nie, Shimin Shao, Zhifei Wang, Yong Jiang
Lateral flow immunoassay (LFIA) has shown great competitiveness in point-of-care testing due to its flexibility and simplicity. Dyed polymer microspheres are one of the most widely used marker particles for...
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Quantitative analysis of microplastics in seawater based on SERS internal standard method

Anal. Methods, 2024, Accepted Manuscript
DOI: 10.1039/D3AY02027D, Paper
Zhigang Di, Jianxin Gao, Jinxin Li, Hao Zhou, Chunrong Jia
Microplastics can enter the human body through the food chain, and can cause cardiovascular or cerebrovascular diseases, so it is essential to detect microplastics sensitively and accurately. Traditional methods have...
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High-sensitivity detection of low-concentration heavy metal ions in solution by multiple reflection enhanced absorption (MREA) spectroscopy

Anal. Methods, 2024, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/D3AY02117C, Paper
Rong Zhang, Hongfei Liu, Linhua Jiang, Ning Duan, Fuyuan Xu, Wenjie Gao, Yong Liu, Guangbin Zhu, Jiaxin Wang
Multiple reflections increase the optical pathlength to enhance substance absorption, achieving high-sensitivity determination for low-concentration heavy metal ions.
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Highly sensitive chemiluminescence sensors for the detection and differentiation of chemical warfare agents

Anal. Methods, 2024, Accepted Manuscript
DOI: 10.1039/D3AY02054A, Communication
Orit Redy Keisar, Alexander Pevzner, Gil Fridkin, Omri Shelef, Doron Shabat, Nissan Ashkenazi
Highly sensitive chemiluminescence-based probes, that effectively detect and differentiate between the extremely toxic real G- and V-type organophosphorus chemical warfare agents (OPCWAs) are presented. This straightforward approach does not require...
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Split-type photoelectrochemical immunoassay for sensitive quantification of carcinoembryonic antigen based on target-induced in-situ formation of Z-type heterojunction

Anal. Methods, 2024, Accepted Manuscript
DOI: 10.1039/D4AY00248B, Paper
Jianhui Zhang, Meirong Tan, Qian Chen, Kangyao Zhang, Qian Zhou, Wenqiang Lai, Dianping Tang
Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), a vital biomarker, plays a significant role in the early diagnosis and prognostic estimation of malignant tumors. In this study, a split-type photoelectrochemical immunoassay for the sensitive...
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Ultra-sensitive fluorescent detection of strychnine based on carbon dot self-assembled gold nanocage sensing probe

Anal. Methods, 2024, 16,1399-1408
DOI: 10.1039/D3AY01936E, Paper
Jiang Ling, Zhihua Zhang, Wenqi Zhang, Di Wen, Yanjun Ding
The ultra-sensitive detection of strychnine is crucial to provide powerful evidence in strychnine poisoning cases.
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A deep learning method for multi-task intelligent detection of oral cancer based on optical fiber Raman spectroscopy

Anal. Methods, 2024, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/D3AY02250A, Paper
Lianyu Li, Mingxin Yu, Xing Li, Xinsong Ma, Lianqing Zhu, Tao Zhang
Oral cancer Raman spectrum multi-task intelligent acquisition system.
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Visualized sensing of erythritol using a simple enzyme-free catechol-based hydrogel film

Anal. Methods, 2024, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/D3AY02131A, Paper
Xinyue Zhang, Si Wu, Tao Feng, Yuanhao Yan, Shijing Wu, Yinyu Chen, Yu Wang, Qingmiao Wang, Ning Hu, Li Wang
We report a novel non-enzymatic method based on a boronate ester that can distinguish erythritol by simple cell phone imaging.
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Enrichment of phosphopeptides by arginine-functionalized magnetic chitosan nanoparticles

Anal. Methods, 2024, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/D4AY00154K, Paper
Junwei Yang, Si Zhou, Haijiao Zheng, Qiong Jia
Nanoparticles show excellent electrostatic affinity for chitosan and arginine, and serve as an ideal adsorbent for the enrichment of phosphopeptides.
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