The latest issue of Analytical Methods has now gone online. This month we have two covers for you to enjoy.
On the outside front cover is a striking image from Nicholas J. FitzGerald and colleagues from the Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia. They have developed a miniature, real-time optical sensor that can detect the absorption levels of the chemical warfare agent methyl salicylate in a soldier’s clothing.
Making light work: a miniaturised, real-time optical sensor network for the detection of CWA simulant methyl salicylate
Karl D. Pavey, Nicholas J. FitzGerald and David J. Nielsen
Anal. Methods, 2012, 4, 2224
On the inside front cover is a colourful image from a team from Canada and Italy. Maria Minunni and Kagan Kerman, from the Università degli Studi di Firenze and the University of Toronto Scarborough, respectively, have with their team been studying Alzheimer’s disease and looking at label free probing methods used in its research.
Label-free methods for probing the interaction of clioquinol with amyloid-β
Xin Ran Cheng, Vinci Wing Sze Hung, Simona Scarano, Marco Mascini, Maria Minunni and Kagan Kerman
Anal. Methods, 2012, 4, 2228
These articles will be free to read for 6 weeks, so take a look today!