Determination of prostate-specific antigen in serum samples using gold nanoparticle based amplification and lab-on-a-chip based amperometric detection View Full Text


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DATE

2015-04-26

AUTHORS

Yildiz Uludag, Güzin Köktürk

ABSTRACT

We describe an electrode array and microfluidics based integrated biochip for the quantitation of the tumor marker prostate specific antigen (PSA). The surface of the chip was functionalized with a self-assembled monolayer of mercaptoundecanoic acid prior to the immobilization of the antibody against PSA. A flow of buffer or spiked human serum (75 %) and, subsequently, the detection antibody and gold nanoparticles (Au-NPs) modified with horseradish peroxidase were passed over the antibody-coated electrodes. This was followed by the injection of the substrate tetramethylbenzidine and simultaneous amperometry during the flow. This resulted in a real-time amperometric reading. The method has detection limits (LODs) of 0.2 ng∙L−1 in buffer and of 1 ng∙L−1 in 75 % human serum. The linear part of the calibration plot has an r2 of 0.97. These LODs are well below the clinical threshold level of 4 ng∙L−1. This assay is rapid (~15 min) which compares favorably with respect to conventional chronoamperometric analysis and to ELISA tests which require ~45 min. This new platform has a potential as an automatted point-of-care device for clinical use because it is likely to be applicable to numerous other clinical analytes for which appropriate antibodies are available.Graphical AbstractAn electrode array and microfluidics based integrated biochip has been utilised for the real-time amperometric detection of the tumor marker prostate specific antigen (PSA). More... »

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1685-1691

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