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Most Cited Paper Award of Analytical Sciences − 2016

The Editorial Board is delighted to announce the "Most Cited Paper Award of Analytical Sciences 2016". Selected papers for this distinction were determined based on the number of cites received during 2016 for all papers published in 2014−2015. 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 2016".

The TOP 3 papers most cited during 2016 in each category

Original Papers, Rapid Communications, Notes and Advancements in Instrumentation

Award-winning paper − 2016
16 points
Highly Efficient Extraction Separation of Lanthanides Using a Diglycolamic Acid Extractant
Kojiro SHIMOJO, Noboru AOYAGI, Takumi SAITO, Hiroyuki OKAMURA, Fukiko KUBOTA, Masahiro GOTO, and Hirochika NAGANAWA
Analytical Sciences, 2014, 30(2), 263.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.30.263, JOI: JST.JSTAGE/analsci/30.263
12 points
Pyrolysis–Gas Chromatography/Multiphoton Ionization/Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry for the Rapid and Selective Analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Aerosol Particulate Matter
Shunsuke SAKURAI and Tomohiro UCHIMURA
Analytical Sciences, 2014, 30(9), 891.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.30.891, JOI: JST.JSTAGE/analsci/30.891
12 points
Automatic On-line Solid-phase Extraction–Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectrometry Exploiting Sequential Injection Analysis for Trace Vanadium, Cadmium and Lead Determination in Human Urine Samples
Georgia GIAKISIKLI, Alejandro AYALA QUEZADA, Junpei TANAKA, Aristidis N. ANTHEMIDIS, Hiroya MURAKAMI, Norio TESHIMA, and Tadao SAKAI
Analytical Sciences, 2015, 31(5), 383.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.31.383, JOI: JST.JSTAGE/analsci/31.383
12 points
An Organic Field-effect Transistor with an Extended-gate Electrode Capable of Detecting Human Immunoglobulin A
Tsukuru MINAMIKI, Tsuyoshi MINAMI, Yui SASAKI, Ryoji KURITA, Osamu NIWA, Shin-ichi WAKIDA, and Shizuo TOKITO
Analytical Sciences, 2015, 31(7), 725.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.31.725, JOI: JST.JSTAGE/analsci/31.725


Award-winning paper − 2016
34 points
New Trends in Near-Infrared Fluorophores for Bioimaging
Keitaro UMEZAWA, Daniel CITTERIO, and Koji SUZUKI
Analytical Sciences, 2014, 30(3), 327.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.30.327, JOI: JST.JSTAGE/analsci/30.327
9 points
Nanobiodevice-based Single Biomolecule Analysis, Single-Cell Analysis, and in vivo Imaging for Cancer Diagnosis, Cancer Theranostics, and iPS Cell-based Regenerative Medicine
Noritada KAJI and Yoshinobu BABA
Analytical Sciences, 2014, 30(9), 859.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.30.859, JOI: JST.JSTAGE/analsci/30.859
9 points
Molecularly Imprinted Adsorbents for Selective Separation and/or Concentration of Environmental Pollutants
Takuya KUBO, Ken HOSOYA, and Koji OTSUKA
Analytical Sciences, 2014, 30(1), 97.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.30.97, JOI: JST.JSTAGE/analsci/30.97
9 points
Mass Spectrometry Imaging: Applications to Food Science
Shu TAIRA, Kohei UEMATSU, Daisaku KANEKO, and Hajime KATANO
Analytical Sciences, 2014, 30(2), 197.
DOI: 10.2116/analsci.30.197, JOI: JST.JSTAGE/analsci/30.197