bioanalytical chemistry Articles

  • Hydrophilic monolayer-protected gold nanoparticles and their functionalisation with fluorescent chromophores

    The efficient implementation of metal nanoparticles in bioanalytical detection schemes, biological imaging and phototherapy requires these particles to be stable against aggregation and chemical desintegration. The functionalisation of these particles with specific (bio)molecular units is a further necessity. These requirements may be met by covering the particle surface with self-assembled ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Bridging environmental mixtures and toxic effects

    The Biological Response Indicator Devices Gauging Environmental Stressors (BRIDGES) is a bioanalytical tool that combines passive sampling with the embryonic zebrafish developmental toxicity bioassay to provide a quantitative measure of the toxicity of bioavailable complex mixtures. Passive sampling devices (PSDs), which sequester and concentrate bioavailable organic contaminants from the ...

    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • UCT XtrackT® Sorbent Cited in Drugs in Wastewater Article

    Environmental analysts are often tasked with the evaluation of illicit and prescription drugs in wastewater samples in an attempt to better understand the epidemiology of a populated area. Due to the challenging consistency of this matrix, clean-up is often vital in order to achieve accurate detection. In a recent paper authored by Richard Bade et al., published in Analytical and ...

    By United Chemical Technologies

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