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Most Cited Paper Award of Analytical Sciences − 2019

The Editorial Board is delighted to announce the "Most Cited Paper Award of Analytical Sciences 2019". Selected papers for this distinction were determined based on the number of cites received during 2019 for all papers published in 2017−2018. The data were culled from several citation databases. All of these papers were categorized into "Original Papers, Rapid Communications, Notes and Advancements in Instrumentation" or "Reviews". The top-three most cited papers in each category were selected as follows and the two top papers received the "Most Cited Paper Award of Analytical Sciences 2019".

The TOP 3 papers most cited during 2019 in each category

Original Papers, Rapid Communications, Notes and Advancements in Instrumentation

Award-winning paper − 2019
23 points
Colorimetric Detection of Mercury(II) Ion in Aqueous Solution Using Silver Nanoparticles
M. Lutfi FIRDAUS, Ikka FITRIANI, Santhy WYANTUTI, Yeni W. HARTATI, Renat KHAYDAROV, Jason A. MCALISTER, Hajime OBATA, and Toshitaka GAMO
Analytical Sciences, 2017, 33(7), 831.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.33.831
20 points
Aptamer-based Colorimetric Biosensing of Ochratoxin A in Fortified White Grape Wine Sample Using Unmodified Gold Nanoparticles
Xueting YIN, Sai WANG, Xiaoyun LIU, Chenmeng HE, Yali TANG, Qimeng LI, Jiahui LIU, Haijia SU, Tianwei TAN, and Yiyang DONG
Analytical Sciences, 2017, 33(6), 659.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.33.659
18 points
Application of Deep Eutectic Solvents in Hybrid Molecularly Imprinted Polymers and Mesoporous Siliceous Material for Solid-Phase Extraction of Levofloxacin from Green Bean Extract
Xiaoxia LI and Kyung Ho ROW
Analytical Sciences, 2017, 33(5), 611.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.33.611


Award-winning paper − 2019
17 points
Trends in Paper-based Electrochemical Biosensors: From Design to Application
Vivian Bee Chin LEE, Noor Faizah MOHD-NAIM, Eiichi TAMIYA, and Minhaz Uddin AHMED
Analytical Sciences, 2018, 34(1), 7.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.34.7
15 points
Derivatization-based High-throughput Bioanalysis by LC-MS
Toshimasa TOYO'OKA
Analytical Sciences, 2017, 33(5), 555.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.33.555
15 points
Recent Progress in the Development of Microfluidic Vascular Models
Kae SATO and Kiichi SATO
Analytical Sciences, 2018, 34(7), 755.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.34.755