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A method combining Palm polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and portable capillary electrophoresis (CE) was developed for rapid on-site analysis of influenza A (H1N1) virus. The portable CE system was suitable for rapid diagnosis which was able to detect a sample in ∼4 min after sample loading, while the 'Palm PCR' system allowed for high-speed nucleic acid(More)
A multi-channel microchip electrophoresis (MC-ME) system with a laser-induced fluorescence detector was developed for the fast simultaneous detection of rice knockout mutants in genetically modified (GM) rice. In addition, three parallel separation channels were fabricated on a glass microchip to investigate the possibility of high-throughput screening of(More)
Airspace anti-jamming technology is an effective program to solve the problem that signal reception of GNSS receiver which can be easily interfered, and the key of the technology is to choose the proper adaptive algorithm. The principles of LMS (Least mean square) and LCMV (linear-constrained-minimum-variance) algorithm are illustrated and compared in some(More)
A nanoimmunosensor based on wavelength-dependent dark-field illumination with enhanced sensitivity was used to detect a disease-related protein molecule at zeptomolar (zM) concentrations. The assay platform of 100-nm gold nanospots could be selectively acquired using the wavelength-dependence of enhanced scattering signals from antibody-conjugated plasmonic(More)
Nine crosslinked polymeric ionic liquid (PIL)-based SPME sorbent coatings were designed and screened in this study for the trace level determination of acrylamide in brewed coffee and coffee powder using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). The structure of the ionic liquid (IL) monomer was tailored by introducing different functional groups to the(More)
Influenza is one of the acute respiratory diseases of human caused by the influenza A (H1N1) virus and accounted for major public health concerns worldwide. The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) methods are the most popular tools for clinical diagnosis of influenza A virus. Microchip electrophoresis is a widely used method for DNA molecules separation.(More)
A multi-channel microchip electrophoresis using a programmed step electric field strength (PSEFS) method was investigated for fast parallel detection of feline panleukopenia virus (FPV) DNA. An expanded laser beam, a 10× objective lens, and a charge-coupled device camera were used to simultaneously detect the separations in three parallel channels using(More)
An ultra-fast and precise microchip electrophoresis (ME) method was developed for the separation of infectious disease-related small DNA molecules. As a model of infectious disease-related small DNA molecules, the spike glycoprotein (S) gene of the Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) virus was amplified using reverse transcript polymerase chain reaction.(More)
Lipidic ionic liquids (ILs) possessing long alkyl chains as well as low melting points have the potential to provide unique selectivity as well as wide operating ranges when used as stationary phases in gas chromatography. In this study, a total of eleven lipidic ILs containing various structural features (i.e., double bonds, linear thioether chains, and(More)
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