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Multichannel electroanalytical devices for competitive ELISA of phenylethanolamine A.

Liu, Yang; Cai, Meng; Wu, Weiping; Fang, Yuting; She, Pei; Xu, Shouming; Li, Jianguo; Zhao, Kang; Xu, Jingjuan; Bao, Ning; Deng, Anping.
Biosens Bioelectron; 99: 21-27, 2018 Jan 15.
Article in En | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28732345

Abstract

Herein, we reported a disposable electroanalytical device for competitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) of phenylethanolamine A (PA). Conductive carbon tape coated with gold cluster served as the working electrode, while the counter and reference electrodes were fabricated on the filter paper by the screen-printing technique. Separating fabrication of the working electrode from other electrodes could make it possible for full utilization of the working electrode modification in bulk and no contamination of the immune-reagents on the counter and reference electrodes. The gold cluster played an important role in both immobilizing antigen and accelerating electron transfer. The eight-channel devices were utilized to detect PA on the strategy of competitive ELISA. The detection range and the limit of detection (LOD) using differential pulse voltammetry for PA were 0.005-60ngmL and 2.6pgmL , respectively. And also, the linear range for PA performed by square wave voltammetry was 0.05-60ngmL with the LOD value as 0.028ngmL . The results clearly demonstrated that the proposed electroanalytical devices could be successfully applied in immunoassay and might be further developed for determination of different analytes based on ELISA format.