Hongli Chen

Ph.D., Professor


Hongli Chen received a B.S. degree from Lanzhou University in 1998. She was then recommended to the College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Lanzhou University as a graduate student, and performed research in the separation science field by coupling flow injection (FI) and capillary electrophoresis (CE) under the guidance of Prof. Xingguo Chen. She got her Ph.D. degree in the year of 2003. Thereafter, she worked as an associate professor of chemistry at Lanzhou University in August, 2003. She was promoted to a full professorship in 2015. Her current research interests include capillary electrophoresis (coupling with mass spectrometry) and bioanalytical chemistry.

Representative Publications

1. Sun, Y.; Li, C.-L.; Niu, X.-Y.; Pan, C.-J.; Zhang, H.-G.; Wang, W..; Chen, H.-L.; Chen, X.-G., Rapid and mild fabrication of protein membrane coated capillary based on supramolecular assemble for chiral separation in capillary electrochromatography. Talanta 2019, 195, 190-196.

2. Nsanzamahoro, S.; Mutuyimana, F.-P.; Han, Y.-X.; Ma, S.-D.; Na, M.; Liu, J.-J.; Ma, Y.-X.; Ren, C.-L.; Chen, H.-L.; Chen, X.-G., Highly selective and sensitive detection of catechol by one step synthesized highly fluorescent and water-soluble silicon nanoparticles. Sens. Actuators B 2019, 281, 849-856.

3. Wang, L.-L.; Zhang, H.-G.; Xie, Y.; Chen, H.-L.; Ren, C.-L.; Chen, X.-G., Target-mediated hyperbranched amplification for sensitive detection of human alkyladenine DNA glycosylase from HeLa cells. Talanta 2019, 194, 846-851.

4. Guo, H.-Y.; Sun, Y.; Niu, X.-Y.; Wei, N.-N.; Pan, C.-J.; Wang, G.-X.; Zhang, H.-G.; Chen, H.-L.; Yi, T.; Chen, X.-G., The preparation of poly-levodopa coated capillary column for capillary electrochromatography enantioseparation. J. Chromatogr. A 2018, 1578, 91-98.

5. Guo, H.-Y.; Niu, X.-Y.; Pan, C.-J.; Yi, T.; Chen, H.-L.; Chen, X.-G., A novel in situ strategy for the preparation of a b-cyclodextrin/polydopamine-coated capillary column for capillary electrochromatography enantioseparations. J. Sep. Sci. 2017, 40, 2645-2653.

6. Xu, Y.-L.; Niu, X.-Y.; Chen, H.-L.; Zhao, S.-G.; Chen, X.-G., Switch-on fluorescence sensor for ascorbic acid detection based on MoS2 quantum dots-MnO2 nanosheets system and its application in fruit samples. Chin. Chem. Lett. 2017, 28, 338-344.

7. Xu, Y.-L.; Hao, J.-J.; Niu, X.-Y.; Qi, S.-D.; Chen, H.-L.; Wang, K.; Chen, X.-G.; Yi, T., Seed-mediated growth approach for rapid synthesis of high-performance red-emitting CdTe quantum dots in aqueous phase and their application in detection of highly reactive oxygen species. Chem. Eng. J. 2016, 299, 201-208.

8. Xu, L.-F.; Hao, J.-J.; Yi, T.; Xu, Y.-Y.; Niu, X.-Y.; Ren, C.-L.; Chen, H.-L.; Chen, X.-G., Probing the mechanism of the interaction between L-cysteine-capped-CdTe quantum dots and Hg2+ using capillary electrophoresis with ensemble techniques. Electrophoresis 2015, 36, 859-866.

9. Xu, Y.-L.; Niu, X.-Y.; Zhang, H.-J.; Xu, L.-F.; Zhao, S.-G.; Chen, H.-L.; Chen, X.-G., Switch-on fluorescence sensing of glutathione in food samples based on a graphitic carbon nitride quantum dot (g-CNQD)-Hg2+ chemsensor. J. Agr. Food Chem 2015, 63, 1747-1755.

10. Zheng, X.-J.; Zhu, Q.; Song, H.-Q.; Zhao, X.-R.; Yi, T.; Chen, H.-L.; Chen, X.-G., In situ synthesis of self-assembled three-dimensional graphene-magnetic palladium nanohybrids with dual-enzyme activity through one-pot strategy and its application in glucose probe. ACS Appl. Mater. Interf. 2015, 7 (6), 3480-3491.




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