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Development and application of a novel fluorescent nanosensor based on FeSe quantum dots embedded silica molecularly imprinted polymer for the rapid optosensing of cyfluthrin.

Li, Xunjia; Jiao, Hai-Feng; Shi, Xi-Zhi; Sun, Aili; Wang, Xiujuan; Chai, Jiye; Li, De-Xiang; Chen, Jiong.
Biosens Bioelectron; 99: 268-273, 2018 Jan 15.
Article in En | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28778030


A novel molecularly imprinted silica layer appended to FeSe quantum dots (MIP-FeSe-QDs) was fabricated and utilized as a recognition element to develop a selective and sensitive fluorescent nanosensor for cyfluthrin (CYF) determination. The MIP-FeSe-QDs were characterized by fluorescence spectrometry, scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. Excellent selectivity and high sensitivity of MIP-FeSe-QDs to CYF molecules were observed based on the fluorescence quenching of FeSe-QDs. Under optimal conditions, a good linear relationship was found between fluorescence quenching effect and increased CYF concentration within 0.010-0.20mg/L, with a correlation coefficient of 0.9911. The practicality of the developed sensor method for CYF detection in fish and sediment samples was further validated. Good recoveries ranging from 88.0% to 113.9% with<6.8% relative standard deviations were obtained. The detection limits of CYF in sediment and fish samples were 1.3 and 1.0µg/kg, respectively. This study established a novel, rapid fluorescent nanosensor detection method based on MIP-QDs for successfully analyzing CYF in fish and sediment samples.