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Selective single-molecule analytical detection of C-reactive protein in saliva with an organic transistor

172 Downloads Part of the following topical collections:Young Investigators in (Bio-)Analytical Chemistry Abstract In the last decade, saliva has been suggested as non-invasive diagnostic fluid ...   Published in the topical collection Young Investigators in (Bio-)Analytical Chemistry with guest editors Erin Baker, Kerstin Leopold, Francesco Ricci, and Wei Wang. Introduction The analysis of human

Decision-theoretical formulation of the calibration problem

The choice of calibration policy is of basic importance in analytical chemistry. A prototype of the practical calibration problem is formulated as a mathematical task and a Bayesian solution of the ... Analytical Chemistry , 2 ( 1983 ), ix. 3. HUNTFa% W. G. and LAMBOY, W. F. , Technometrics , 22 ( 1981 ), 323 . 4. DE GROOT , M. H. , Optimal Statistical Decisions (McGraw-Hill , New York, 1970 ). 5. PETERKA

Calibration in process monitoring by using unsegmented continuous-flow systems

An overview is presented of the different aspects of the role of analytical chemistry in process monitoring and control. On-line monitoring is currently the most attractive option in this area ... of process analytical chemistry. Firstly there is economics, no doubt the most significant; and then there are technological reasons. Increasing demands are imposed on the quality of raw materials and

Teaching and Learning with Chemistry in Context

Chemistry in Context is an issues-based curriculum model developed by the American Chemical Society for non-science majors at the college level. Through six editions, the goal has been to establish ... students and faculty. Key words: Non-science majors, issues-based curriculum, science-society interface.   Resumen Chemistry in Context es un modelo curricular con base en problemas, desarrollado por

Advances in metabolome information retrieval: turning chemistry into biology. Part I: analytical chemistry of the metabolome

in biological systems. These comprehensive analyses use analytical platforms, mainly nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and mass spectrometry, along with associated separation methods to gather ... ) . Conclusion Metabolomics is intrinsically a multidisciplinary field that requires different analytical, biological, and bioinformatics skills. Substantial advances have occurred in analytical chemistry for

Enhancing research for undergraduates through a nanotechnology training program that utilizes analytical and bioanalytical tools

Nanotechnology is a broad field combining traditional scientific disciplines; however, analytical chemistry plays an important role in material design, synthesis, characterization, and application ... emerging analytical tools (see Fig. 2). This interdependence of nanotechnology and analytical bioanalytical chemistry creates a training environment in which students must learn basic principles of analyses

Problem-based learning approach enhances the problem solving skills in Chemistry of high school students

The study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of problem-based learning (PBL) approach in enhancing the problem solving skills in Chemistry of Grade 9 students in a public high school in the ... two approaches in this study, the PBL approach of teaching the chemistry concepts to Grade 9 students was proven more effective than the non-PBL approach. - Problem-based learning; Problem solving

New Year’s Greetings to the Authors and Readers of Theoretical and Experimental Chemistry

27 Downloads Dear Colleagues, On behalf of the Editorial Board and editors of the journal Teoreticheskaya i Éksperimental’naya Khimiya (Theoretical and Experimental Chemistry, THEC), permit ... English throughout the world under the title Theoretical and Experimental Chemistry in both print and digital versions (http://www.springer.com/11237). The journal is indexed on the Web of Science data

Chemistry: Why the Subject is Difficult?

One aspect common in every culture is the decreasing number of students studying chemistry. What are the barriers that prevent students from learning chemistry? The objective of this study is to ... explore the importance of the philosophy of chemistry and suggest strategies that can facilitate students' conceptual understanding. We can make chemistry relevant and promote students' interest, curiosity

Selenium and tellurium chemistry: historical background

In this paper we present a general survey on the history of the selenium and tellurium chemistry in Brazil and worldwide. ... Background The 3rd Brazilian Meeting on the Chemistry of Selenium and Tellurium was held in Florianopolis, SC in 2010. These meetings began in 2006 as an initiative of the professors from the Universidade

Promoting argumentation in undergraduate chemistry teaching

Studies have demonstrated the importance of argumentation in science education. Based on this assertion, we have tried to develop argumentative abilities in chemistry undergraduate students through a ... chemistry undergraduate students through a teaching methodology based on case studies. The process culminated with class presentations by student groups about possible solutions for the cases. To assess the

Decision criteria for the selection of analytical instruments used in clinical chemistry: |V External and internal evaluation of analytical instruments in clinical laboratory sciences

International Journal of of analytical instruments used M. Hjelm 0 1 0 Department of Clinical Chemistry, University Hospital , DK-5000 Odense , Denmark 1 Division of Clinical Chemistry, Institute ... of Photoenergy International Journal of Analytical Chemistry Advances in Physical Chemistry Hindawi Publishing Corporation International Journal of Carbohydrate Chemistry Hindawi Publishing

Effects of acute exposures of 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene and inorganic lead on the fecal microbiome of the green anole (Anolis carolinensis)

consumption were monitored and fecal samples were collected for high-throughput 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing and analytical chemistry at days 0 and 15. At the end of the study, liver and gut were harvested ... one of these two pathways and have a role in TNT degradation. Both liver and fecal chemistry data detecting amino dinitrotoluene breakdown products were consistent with TNT reduction possibly resulting

Selected papers from the 12th international students’ conference “Modern Analytical Chemistry”, Prague 2016

of Physical Chemistry of the CAS, v.v.i , Prague , Czech Republic 1 Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Charles University , Prague , Czech Republic 2 & Karel Nesmeˇra ́k - One of ... international students’ conference ‘‘Modern Analytical Chemistry’’, held at the Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Czech Republic from 2004, is one of the ways how Ph.D

Calibration in process monitoring by using unsegmented continuous-flow systems

An overview is presented of the different aspects of the role of analytical chemistry in process monitoring and control. On-line monitoring is currently the most attractive option in this area ... of process analytical chemistry. Firstly there is economics, no doubt the most significant; and then there are technological reasons. Increasing demands are imposed on the quality of raw materials and

Mass spectrometry-based metabolomics of volatiles as a new tool for understanding aroma and flavour chemistry in processed food products

metabolomics in food science and nutrition has been reviewed (Wishart 2008; Cevallos–Cevallos et al. 2009; Scalbert et al. 2009) and the importance of improvements in food analytical chemistry, such as high ... ). PTR-MS monitoring of VOCs and BVOCs in food science and technology. Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 30(7), 968–977.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trac.2011.03.009.CrossRefGoogle Scholar Burdock, G. (2009

Chemistry and Health: Past, Present and Future

of Chemical Education in the section High-School Essays. In such publication, scientists who had a key position in the history of chemistry and medicine were called “Architects of Health”. Natural

The first regular chemistry course in Brazil

Chemistry gradually became a discipline in a number of institutions in Brazil after the arrival of the Portuguese court in 1808. The first of these was the Royal Military Academy in Rio de Janeiro ... Professor of Chemistry the British chemist Daniel Gardner was hired. He occupied that chair until his retirement in 1825. In this article we discuss the circumstances involving the creation of that chair, its

Aqueous synthesis of a small-molecule lanthanide chelator amenable to copper-free click chemistry

agent amenable to site-specific incorporation into a protein using copper-free click chemistry with unnatural amino acids. The bioconjugate combines a diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid (DTPA) chelating ... . Implementation of the orthogonal click chemistry reaction has the added advantage that the chelator can be used directly in a protein labeling reaction, without the need of extensive purification. Given the