GRC on Bioanalytical Sensors

I’m writing this from Boston Logan Airport, waiting to catch my flight after the 2012 GRC on Bioanalytical Sensors, which took place at Salve Regina University, Newport, Rhode Island, USA. The nature of GRC meetings mean that a lot of unpublished data are presented, so I can’t go into detail but I can tell you that it was an interesting and stimulating few days of excellent science. And the weather was an improvement on Cambridge too!

Chair of the meeting was our Associate Editor Professor Steve Soper, and one of the Vice-Chairs was Professor Sue Lunte, Associate Editor for our sister journal, Analytical Methods. In addition, a number of speakers have published with us, not just in Analyst but in a variety of journals – this really reflects the diverse nature of the programme, from surface chemistry to biology.

We’ve collected together some of these papers, which will be free to access until 13 July – do the use the opportunity to (re)discover the best in this area of research.

Take a look at the collection of papers here.


Sampling techniques for single-cell electrophoresis
Christine Cecala and Jonathan V. Sweedler
Analyst, 2012,137, 2922-2929
DOI: 10.1039/C2AN16211C

Bipolar electrode depletion: membraneless filtration of charged species using an electrogenerated electric field gradient
Eoin Sheridan, Kyle N. Knust and Richard M. Crooks
Analyst, 2011,136, 4134-4137
DOI: 10.1039/C1AN15510

Near-IR single fluorophore quenching system based on phthalocyanine (Pc) aggregation and its application for monitoring inhibitor/activator action on a therapeutic target: L1-EN
Irina V. Nesterova, Cecily A. Bennett, S. Sibel Erdem, Robert P. Hammer, Prescott L. Deininger and Steven A. Soper
Analyst, 2011,136, 1103-1105
DOI: 10.1039/C0AN00782J

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