Professor Junjie Zhu and Professor Baohong Liu: New Analyst Associate Editors

We are delighted to welcome our new Associate Editors Professor Junjie Zhu and Professor Baohong Liu to the Analyst Editorial Board!



Professor Zhu is a professor at School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, and State Key Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry for Life Science, Nanjing University. He is looking forward to receiving your submissions on electroanalytical chemistry, in vivo analysis, analytical nanoscience and bioanalytical sensors.

Professor Liu is a professor at the Department of Chemistry and Institute of Biomedical Sciences at Fudan University. She is looking forward to receiving your submissions on analytical nanoscience, bioanalytical sensors, electroanalytical chemistry, microfluidics and miniaturized devices, mass spectrometry and surface chemistry.

Both are very happy to join the editorial team of Analyst, they are looking forward to read your excellent work in the journal.”


Please join us in welcoming Professor Zhu and Professor Liu and do submit your best work to their editorial office.

Submit your article today!


Professor Liu and Professor Zhu have highlighted these exceptional articles recently published in Analyst. We hope you enjoy reading all these articles listed here!

Minireviews
Single plasmonic nanoparticles as ultrasensitive sensors
Tao Xie, Chao Jing and Yi-Tao Long

Gas-generating reactions for point-of-care testing
Liu Yang, Chaoyong Yang et al.

Critical Reviews
Recent advances in microRNA detection
Yongqiang Cheng, Zhengping Li et al.

DNA tetrahedron nanostructures for biological applications: biosensors and drug delivery
Jin Huang, Kemin Wang et al.

Graphene-based aptasensors: from molecule-interface interactions to sensor design and biomedical diagnostics
Li Wang, Aiguo Wu and Gang Wei

Paper
A two-photon fluorescent probe for nitroreductase imaging in living  cells, tissues and zebrafish under hypoxia conditions
Baoping Zhai, Zhihong Liu et al.


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