Dong-Sheng Lian

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
Numerous strategies have been developed to mitigate the intrinsic low detection sensitivity that is a limitation of capillary electrophoresis. Among them, in-line stacking is an effective strategy to address the sensitivity challenge, and among the different stacking techniques, stacking based on field amplification is the most effective and simplest method(More)
Rapid transmission, high morbidity, and mortality are the features of human infectious diseases caused by microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses. These diseases may lead within a short period of time to great personal and property losses, especially in regions where sanitation is poor. Thus, rapid diagnoses are vital for the prevention and(More)
To develop a highly sensitive method for analyzing nucleic acids using capillary gel electrophoresis with ultraviolet detection (CGE-UV), we combined matrix field-amplified with head-column field-amplified stacking injection (C-FASI) to employ the advantages of two methods. Without diminishing the resolution, a limit of detection of 0.13 ng/ml(More)
Cancer is malignant disease that causes many deaths worldwide every year, with most deaths occurring in the middle and advanced stages of cancer. Numerous deaths can be avoided by detecting cancer at an early stage, making early diagnosis and timely therapy critical for cancer treatment. Analyses at the level of nucleic acids rather than phenotypes can(More)
As the post-genome era comes, one of the trends of future medical developments is the timely diagnosis and prevention of diseases. The analysis of nucleic acid can diagnose the diseases accurately at gene level which can eliminate all kinds of false positive and negative results from phenotype and prescribe the individual prevention or therapy. As a result,(More)
  • 1