Haixia Zhang



Haixia Zhang received a M.S. degree from Lanzhou University in 1996. She then became an assistant professor in Lanzhou University. She was in Free University of Brussel in Belgium during Mar. 2001 to Jun.2002 to improve her biological technique and was in Chosun University of South Korea to learn drug delivery during Mar.2007 to Feb.2018.

Her science interesting focus on separation, sample pretreatment, fluorescence probe. She and her group have prepared more than 20 new materials for sample pretreatment to reduce interferences and enrich the analytes, and more than 10 new stationary phases for HPLC, and more than 20 probes for anion or biomolecules.

Representative Publications

1. Sensitive naked eye detection and quantification assay for nitrite by a fluorescence probe in various water resources. Fengyuan Zhang, Xinyue Zhu, Zhijuan Jiao, Xiaoyan Liu, Haixia Zhang*, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 200 (2018) 275-280

2. Magnetic fluorescent molecularly imprinted nanoparticles for detection and separation of transferrin in human serum.Yida Zhang, Qiangwei Huang, Chen Ma, Xiaoyan Liu, Haixia Zhang*, Talanta 188 (2018) 540-545

3. Highly Selective Fluorescent Probe Based on Hydroxylation of Phenylboronic Acid Pinacol Ester for Detection of Tyrosinase in Cells. Huihui Li, Wei Liu, Fengyuan Zhang, Xinyue Zhu, Liqiu Huang, and Haixia Zhang*, Anal. Chem. 90 (2018) 855−858

4. Selective, fast and semi-automatic enrichment of nucleosides by using phenylboronic acid modified hybrid material composed of graphene oxide and melamine sponge. Ting Cheng, Zhijuan Jiao, Xiaoyan Liu, Haixia Zhang*, Microchimica Acta (2018) 348-353

5. Glucose detection via glucose-induced disaggregation ofammonium-modified tetraphenylethylene from polyanion, Huihui Li, Ling Zhu, Xinyue Zhu, Haixia Zhang, Sensors and Actuators B 246 (2017) 819–825 

6. A Ratiometric Mitochondria-targeting Two-photon Fluorescent Probe for Imaging of Nitric Oxide in Vivo, Xinyue Zhu, Jinquan Chen, Chen Ma, Xiaoyan Liu, Xiaoping Cao, Haixia Zhang*, Analyst, 142 (2017) 4623-4628

7. A phosphinate-based near-infrared fluorescence probe for imaging the superoxide radical anion in vitro andin vivo, Jianjian Zhang, Chuwen Li, Rui Zhang, Fengyuan Zhang, Wei Liu, Xiaoyan Liu, Simon Ming-Yuen Lee and Haixia Zhang*, Chem. Commun. 52 (2016) 2679-2682

8. Naphthalimide derived fluorescent probes with turn-on response for Au3+ and the application for biological visualization, Yan Li, Yanxin Qiu, Jianjian Zhang, Xinyue Zhu, Bin Zhu, Xiaoyan Liu, Xiaoyu Zhang , Haixia Zhang*, Biosensors and Bioelectronics 83 (2016) 334–338

9. Near-Infrared and Naked-Eye Fluorescence Probe for Direct and Highly Selective Detection of Cysteine and Its Application in Living Cells, Jianjian Zhang, Jianxi Wang, Jiting Liu, Lulu Ning, Xinyue Zhu, Bianfei Yu, Xiaoyan Liu, Xiaojun Yao, and Haixia Zhang*, Anal. Chem. 87 (2015) 4856−4863

10. Naked-Eye and Near-Infrared Fluorescence Probe for Hydrazine and Its Applications in In Vitro and In Vivo Bioimaging,Jianjian Zhang, Lulu Ning, Jiting Liu, Jianxi Wang, Bianfei Yu, Xiaoyan Liu, Xiaojun Yao, Ziping Zhang, and Haixia Zhang*, Anal. Chem. 87 (2015) 9101−9107


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19871991Lanzhou UniversityB.S.

19931996Lanzhou UniversityM.S.

19972000Lanzhou UniversityPh.D.