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Functional fusion proteins and prevention of electrode fouling for a sensitive electrochemical immunosensor

Title
Functional fusion proteins and prevention of electrode fouling for a sensitive electrochemical immunosensor
Authors
Kim, A-RamPark, Tae JungKim, Minseok S.Kim, In-HoKim, Ki-SukChung, Kwang HoeKo, Sungho
DGIST Authors
Kim, Minseok S.
Issue Date
2017-05-15
Citation
Analytica Chimica Acta, 967, 70-77
Type
Article
Article Type
Article
Keywords
AlkalinityAntibodiesBinsBiosensorsCarbon NanotubesChemical BondsConformational ChangesCyclic Olefin CopolymerCyclic Olefin CopolymersDendrimerDiseasesElectro Chemical ElectrodesElectrochemical ImmunosensorElectrochemical ImmunosensorsElectrode FoulingElectrodesFoulingGoldGold DepositsGold NanoparticlesHorseradish PeroxidaseImmunosensorsNanoparticlesOlefinsOrientationPhosphatasesPolypeptidesProstate Specific AntigenProtein GProteinsRecombinant ProteinsSilicaSilica Binding PolypeptideSilica NanoparticleSilica NanoparticlesSilica NanoparticlesSurface Concentration
ISSN
0003-2670
Abstract
A highly sensitive electrochemical immunosensor was developed by preventing electrode fouling and using a novel fusion protein of silica binding polypeptides (SBP)-protein G (ProG) created by recombinant DNA technology as a functional crosslinker for rapid and self-oriented immobilization of antibodies onto silica nanoparticles (SiNPs). Antibody immobilization onto the SiNPs by the SBP-ProG could rapidly be achieved without any chemical treatment. The immunosensor was fabricated through bonding of a partially gold-deposited cyclic olefin copolymer (COC) (top substrate) and gold patterned interdigitated array COC electrode (bottom substrate). To prevent electrode fouling, human immunoglobulin G (hIgG) was immobilized onto the ceiling inside the microchannel, instead of the bottom electrode. Alkaline phosphatase (AP)-labeled anti-hIgG was allowed to immunoreact with hIgG on the ceiling, followed by addition of an enzyme to generate an oxidative peak current. A three-fold increase in current was observed from the immunosensor without any electrode fouling compared with a control with the protein functionalized electrode. Also, the SiNPs facilely coated with AP-anti-hIgG via the SBP-ProG could increase the electrochemical signal up to 20% larger than that of the AP-anti-hIgG alone. Furthermore, this immunosensor was ultrasensitive with a detection limit of 0.68 pg/mL of a biomarker associated with prostate cancer. © 2017 Elsevier B.V.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/5005
DOI
10.1016/j.aca.2017.02.026
Publisher
Elsevier B.V.
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Department of New BiologyBioDr. Lab - Nanobiomedicine1. Journal Articles


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