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Production of a polyclonal antibody against acrylamide for immunochromatographic detection of acrylamide using strip tests.

To produce, purify, and characterize a polyclonal antibody against acrylamide (anti-AA) for an application to immunochromatographic strip tests for AA.

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Development of a nano-gold immunodiagnostic assay for rapid on-site detection of invasive aspergillosis.

Timely detection of invasive aspergillosis (IA) caused by fungal pathogens, i.e. and , in immunocompromised patients is crucial in preventing high mortality. To develop a simple immunoassay for the detection of galactomannan (GM), an IA biomarker.. GM from and clinical strains was purified and characterized by X-ray diffraction, IR spectroscopy and C/H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) for polyclonal antibody (pAb) production in rabbits. An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) was standardized using concanavalin A to capture GM and pAbs to detect it. Gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) were synthesized and conjugated to pAbs for the development of a dot-blot immunoassay. The developed dot-blot was evaluated with 109 clinical serum and bronchoalveolar lavage samples.. Spectroscopy studies characterized the d-galactofuranosyl groups of GM responsible for the immune response and generation of pAbs. The ELISA employing pAbs showed a sensitivity of 1 ng ml for GM. Furthermore, a sensitive, visual, rapid dot-blot assay developed by the conjugation of pAbs to AuNPs (~24±5 nm size, -36±2 mV zeta potential) had a detection limit of 1 pg ml in serum. The pAbs interacted with spp. but did not cross-react with other fungal pathogen genera such as and . Evaluation of the dot-blot with 109 clinical samples showed high sensitivity (80 %) and specificity (93.2 %), with an overall assay accuracy of 89%.. The developed nano-gold immunodiagnostic assay has immense potential for practical use in rapid, specific and sensitive on-site diagnosis of IA, even under resource-limited settings.

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Click-conjugated photon-upconversion nanoparticles in an immunoassay for honeybee pathogen Melissococcus plutonius.

European foulbrood (EFB) is an infectious disease affecting honeybee larvae caused by the bacterium Melissococcus plutonius. The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is the gold standard for antibody-based bacteria detection, however, its sensitivity is not high enough to reveal early-stage EFB infection. Photon-upconversion nanoparticles (UCNPs) are lanthanide-doped nanomaterials that emit light of shorter wavelength under near-infrared (NIR) excitation and thus avoid optical background interference. After conjugation with specific biorecognition molecules, UCNPs can be used as ultrasensitive labels in immunoassays. Here, we introduce a method for conjugation of UCNPs with streptavidin based on copper-free click chemistry, which involves surface modification of UCNPs with alkyne-modified bovine serum albumin (BSA) that prevents the non-specific binding and provides reactive groups for conjugation with streptavidin-azide. To develop a sandwich upconversion-linked immunosorbent assay (ULISA) for M. plutonius detection, we have prepared a rabbit polyclonal anti-Melissococcus antibody. The specific capture of the bacteria was followed by binding of biotinylated antibody and UCNP-BSA-streptavidin conjugate for a highly sensitive upconversion readout. The assay yielded an LOD of 340 CFU mL-1 with a wide working range up to 109 CFU mL-1, which is 400 times better than the LOD of the conventional ELISA. The practical applicability of the ULISA was successfully demonstrated by detecting M. plutonius in spiked real samples of bees, larvae and bottom hive debris. These results show a great potential of the assay for early diagnosis of EFB, which can prevent uncontrolled spreading of the infection and losses of honeybee colonies.

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Ultrasensitive immunosensor for acrylamide based on chitosan/SnO-SiC hollow sphere nanochains/gold nanomaterial as signal amplification.

An electrochemical immunosensor for ultrasensitive detection of acrylamide (AA) in water and food samples was developed. SnO-SiC hollow sphere nanochains with high surface area and gold nanoparticles with good electroconductivity were fabricated onto the surface of a glassy carbon electrode pre-coated with chitosan. The coating antigen (AA-4-mercaptophenylacetic acid-ovalbumin conjugate, AA-4-MPA-OVA) was immobilized on the electrode. Polyclonal antibody specific for AA-4-MPA was conjugated to gold nanorod (AuNR) as primary antibody (AuNR-Ab). Horseradish peroxidase labelled anti-rabbit antibody produced in goat was conjugated to AuNR as secondary antibody (HRP-AuNR-Ab). For detection, the analyte (AA-4-MPA) in sample competed with coating antigen for binding with AuNR-Ab. After washing, HRP-AuNR-Ab was added to capture the AuNR-Ab, and the electrical signal was obtained by addition of hydroquinone and HO. After investigation of the binding ability on nanomaterials and optimization of competitive immunoassay conditions, the proposed immunosensor exhibited a sensitive response to AA with a detection limit of 45.9 ± 2.7 ng kg, and working range of 187 ± 12.3 ng kg to 104 ± 8.2 μg kg for drinking water samples. Recoveries of AA from spiked samples were ranged from 86.0% to 115.0%. The specificity, repeatability and stability of the immunosensor were also proved to be acceptable, indicating its potential application in AA monitoring.

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Lateral flow dipstick antigen assay for human cystic echinococcosis.

Cystic echinococcosis (CE) is a neglected zoonotic disease with a worldwide distribution and is a major public health problem in some areas. Diagnosis of CE is mainly based on clinical symptoms, imaging and serological testing, however, improvement in serodiagnosis is still needed. This study was aimed at detecting circulating Echinococcus antigen in CE patients using a lateral flow dipstick (LFD) assay. Three types of hydatid antigens i.e. hydatid cyst fluid (HCF), native antigen B (nAgB) and recombinant antigen B (rAgB) were prepared and polyclonal rabbit antiserum was raised against each antigen. Purified IgG fractions were prepared and a portion was conjugated to gold nanoparticles. After a series of optimizations, a final antigen detection LFD assay was developed using a combination of anti-nAgB-IgG and gold-conjugated anti-HCF-IgG. Evaluation of the assay showed that 27 out of 35 (77%) serum samples from CE patients gave positive results. Meanwhile, the test showed a diagnostic specificity of 82% when tested with sera from 38 healthy individuals and 13 patients with other parasitic diseases. In conclusion, the antigen detection LFD assay seemed to be useful for diagnosis of CE and possibly for post-treatment follow-up, and merit further evaluation studies. We foresee that it may improve serodiagnosis of CE when used in tandem with an antibody detection test.

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Rapid and Sensitive Detection of Campylobacter jejuni in Poultry Products Using a Nanoparticle-Based Piezoelectric Immunosensor Integrated with Magnetic Immunoseparation.

Campylobacter jejuni is one of the leading causes of foodborne human gastrointestinal diseases. Poultry and poultry products have been identified as the major transmission routes to humans for this pathogenic bacterium. The objective of this research was to develop a rapid and sensitive immunosensor for detection of C. jejuni in poultry products on the basis of a quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) using magnetic nanobeads (MNBs) for separation of target pathogen and gold nanoparticles for amplification of the measurement. A QCM sensor in a flow cell was prepared by immobilizing the mouse anti- C. jejuni monoclonal antibody (mAb) on the sensor surface to specifically capture C. jejuni. Rabbit anti- C. jejuni polyclonal antibody (pAb) was conjugated with MNBs to capture and separate C. jejuni from food matrices. MNB-pAb- C. jejuni complexes were injected into the flow cell to bind with the mAb immobilized on the QCM sensor surface. Goat anti-rabbit immunoglobulin G polyclonal antibody conjugated with gold nanoparticles was injected into the flow cell to bind with pAb on MNBs. Finally, resonant frequency was measured with a QCM analyzer, and the change in resonant frequency was correlated to the cell number of C. jejuni. The specificity of this immunosensor was confirmed with different strains of Campylobacter, Salmonella, and other foodborne pathogens commonly colonized in the broiler gastrointestinal tract. Samples of broiler carcass wash and ground turkey were spiked with C. jejuni at different concentrations for use in tests. Results showed that the QCM immunosensor could rapidly detect C. jejuni in poultry products, with a detection limit of 20 to 30 CFU/mL without preenrichment, and a total detection time of less than 30 min. Characteristics of C. jejuni captured by the antibody immobilized on the surface of the QCM sensor were visualized by using atomic force microscopy. This highly adaptive and flexible method could provide the poultry industry a more rapid, sensitive, and effective method for detection of major foodborne pathogens in poultry products.

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A competitive lateral flow assay for the detection of tenofovir.

Proper management of an HIV infection requires that a patient be at least 80-95% adherent to a prescribed drug regimen to avoid poor health outcomes and the development of drug-resistant HIV strains. Clinicians generally monitor adherence habits indirectly through patient self-reporting, pill counting, and electronic drug monitoring. While direct measurement of patient samples like urine for monitoring drug levels is possible, it requires specialized equipment and training that is not readily available in resource-limited settings where the need is greatest. In this work we report the development of an antibody that binds to tenofovir (TFV), a key small molecule drug for both the treatment and prevention of HIV, and a competitive lateral flow assay that uses that antibody to monitor urine samples for the presence of the drug. TFV was conjugated to an immunogenic protein and injected into rabbits to raise polyclonal antibodies sensitive to the drug. The antibodies were verified for TFV-sensitivity by immunoprecipitation and HPLC. A gold nanoparticle-based competitive assay was developed to detect the presence of TFV in urine samples with a sensitivity of 1 μg mL. This TFV assay could be deployed as a point-of-care device for adherence monitoring in resource-limited settings as a low-cost, accurate, and speedy alternative to current methods to better inform changes in treatment.

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Development of a Colloidal Gold-Based Immunochromatographic Assay for the Rapid Detection of .

Edwardsiella Ictaluri is known as the etiological agent of enteric septicaemia of channel catfish, causing heavy economic losses in the aquaculture industry. In this study, a colloidal gold-based immunochromatography assay (GICA) was developed for rapid detection of E. ictaluri. Briefly, monoclonal antibody (MAbs) and polyclonal antibody (PAbs) against E. ictaluri were prepared. Sensitivity of MAbs and PAbs to E. ictaluri was analyzed by Dot ELISA. Mouse MAb5D11 against E. ictaluri was conjugated with the 20 nm colloidal gold particles as the detector. Rabbit PAbs of E. ictaluri and goat anti-mouse IgG antibody was sprayed on nitrocellulose membranes as test line (T) and control line (C) respectively. The minimum detectable amount of this method to E. ictaluri was 5 × 106 CFU/mL. Cross reactions wouldn't occur when detecting E. tarda, Aeromonas hydrophila, V. parahaemolyticus and other several common standard strains. The result could be got in only 5 to 10 minutes. It didn't need professional technologies and testing experience. So this assay was very suitable for basic departments of aquatic product companies.

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Defining the target and the effect of imatinib on the filarial c-Abl homologue.

Previously we demonstrated the micro- and macrofilaricidal properties of imatinib in vitro. Here we use electron and multiphoton microscopy to define the target of imatinib in the adult and microfilarial stages of Brugia malayi and assess the effects of pharmacologically relevant levels of imatinib on the adult parasites.

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Development and initial evaluation of a lateral flow dipstick test for antigen detection of Entamoeba histolytica in stool sample.

Entamoeba histolytica infection remains a public health concern in developing countries. Early diagnosis of amoebiasis can avoid disease complications, thus this study was aimed at developing a test that can rapidly detect the parasite antigens in stool samples. Rabbits were individually immunized with recombinant pyruvate phosphate dikinase (rPPDK) and E. histolytica excretory-secretory antigens to produce polyclonal antibodies. A rapid dipstick test was produced using anti-rPPDK PAb lined on the dipstick as capture reagent and anti-EhESA PAb conjugated to colloidal gold as the detector reagent. Using E. histolytica-spiked in stool sample of a healthy individual, the detection limit of the dipstick test was found to be 1000 cells ml. Meanwhile when rPPDK was spiked in the stool sample, the minimum concentration detected by the dipstick test was 0.1 μg ml. The performances of the dipstick, commercial Techlab E. histolytica II enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) and real-time PCR were compared using 70 stool samples from patients infected with Entamoeba species (n = 45) and other intestinal pathogens (n = 25). When compared to real-time PCR, the diagnostic sensitivity of the dipstick for detection of E. histolytica was 65.4% (n = 17/26); while the diagnostic specificity when tested with stool samples containing other intestinal pathogens was 92% (23/25). In contrast, Techlab E. histolytica II ELISA detected 19.2% (5/26) of the E. histolytica-positive samples as compared to real-time PCR. The lateral flow dipstick test produced in this study enabled rapid detection of E. histolytica, thus it showed good potential to be further developed into a diagnostic tool for intestinal amoebiasis.

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