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Electrophoretic build-up of multi nanoparticle array for a highly sensitive immunoassay.

Authors
Han-J-H; Kim-H-J; Sudheendra-L; Hass-EA; Gee-SJ; Hammock-BD; Kennedy-IM
Source
Biosens Bioelectron 2013 Mar; 41:302-308
NIOSHTIC No.
20042671
Abstract
One of the challenges in shrinking immunoassays to smaller sizes is to immobilize the biological molecules to nanometer-scaled spots.To overcome this complication, we have employed a particle- based immunoassay to create a nanostructured platform with a regular array of sensing elements. The technique makes use of an electrophoretic particle entrapment system (EPES) to immobilize nanoparticles that are coated with biological reagents into wells using a very small trapping potential. To provide useful information for controlling the trapping force and optimal design of the nanoarray, electrophoretic trapping of a nanoparticle was modeled numerically. The trapping efficiency, defined as the fraction of wells occupied by a single particle, was 91%. The performance of the array was demonstrated with a competitive immunoassay for a small molecule analyte, 3-phenoxybenzoic acid(214.2g mole-1). The limit of detection determined with a basic fluorescence microscope was 0.006 ug l-1 (30 pM); this represented a sixteen-fold improvement in sensitivity compared to a standard 96-wellplate-based ELISA; the improvement was attributed to the small size of the sample volume and the presence of light diffraction among factors unique to this structure. The EPES/nanoarray system promises to offer a new standard in applications that require portable, point-of-care and real-time monitoring with high sensitivity.
Keywords
Biological-function; Molecular-biology; Molecular-structure; Nanotechnology; Particulates; Models; Author Keywords: Nanoarray; Immunoassay; Electrophoretic particle entrapment system; 3-phenoxybenzoic acid (3-PBA)
Contact
Ian M. Kennedy, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Davis, California, CA 95616, USA
CODEN
BBIOE4
CAS No.
3739-38-6
Publication Date
20130315
Document Type
Journal Article
Email Address
imkennedy@ucdavis.edu
Funding Type
Cooperative Agreement; Agriculture
Fiscal Year
2013
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS Price
Identifying No.
Cooperative-Agreement-Number-U50-OH-007550; B20130612
ISSN
0956-5663
Source Name
Biosensors and Bioelectronics
State
CA
Performing Organization
University of California - Davis
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