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Biospecific nanoparticles for multiplex phosphorescence analysis (PHOSPHAN)

Abstract

We have developed a technology for the production of polymeric nanoparticles containing the incorporated phosphorescent label (europium ions–naphthoyltrifluoroacetone complexes) and streptavidin that is covalently bound on the surface. The aggregation-stable biospecific nanoparticles (40–60 nm in diameter) include up to 2000 molecular tags/particle and retain biological activity and stable phosphorescence for at least 20 months. They can be used in phosphorescence analysis (PHOSPHANTM)-based biochip technology as an effective detector system to record phosphorescence from microzones (microarrays) printed on the well bottoms of standard polystyrene microplates. The creation of a dense monolayer on the surface of a microzone requires up to 108 particles/microarray, or 109 particles/mm2 of area; this is in good agreement with theoretical estimates. The detection limit is as low as 300–400 phosphorescent nanoparticles per a microzone with an area of ~0.1 mm2. It has been demonstrated in the model of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) detection in filter paper dried blood that the newly developed detector system is five times more sensitive than the conventional methods of multiplex PHOSPHAN (with Pt-coproporphyrin phosphorescent label) and lanthanide immune fluoroassay (with fluorescent Eu3+ chelate complexes registered in the enhancement solution). The sensitivity of phosphorescent nanoparticle-based detector system is as low as 6.8 × 105 molecules/1.5 μL sample, which corresponds to a TSH concentration of 1.5 × 10–14 M.

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Abbreviations

BSA:

bovine serum albumin

DVB:

divinylbenzene

MAA:

metacrylic acid

NTA:

2-naphthoyl trifluoroacetone

PHOSPHAN:

phosphorescence analysis

Pt-CP:

Pt-coproporphyrin

SDS:

sodium dodecyl sulfate

TOPO:

trioctylphosphine oxide

TR-FIA:

time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay

TSH:

thyroid-stimulating hormone

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Original Russian Text © D.V. Paramonov, T.S. Kostryukova, T.A. Bychenkova, V.G. Pomelova, N.S. Osin, 2016, published in Bioorganicheskaya Khimiya, 2016, Vol. 42, No. 6, pp. 722–731.

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Paramonov, D.V., Kostryukova, T.S., Bychenkova, T.A. et al. Biospecific nanoparticles for multiplex phosphorescence analysis (PHOSPHAN). Russ J Bioorg Chem 42, 655–663 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1068162016060091

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Keywords

  • nanoparticles
  • phosphorescence analysis (PHOSPHAN)
  • microarrays
  • time-resolved luminescence
  • europium complexes
  • Pt coproporphyrin
  • thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)