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Lab-on-a-chip Detection of Illicit Pigment in Food using Photonic Crystal Biosilica

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We developed a facile route for detecting illicit pigment in real food sample using photonic crystal biosilica, which serves as a new lab-on-a-chip platform combining surface-enhanced Raman scattering sensing and thin layer chromatography.

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