Disposable amperometric biosensor based on nanostructured bacteriophages for glucose detection

Yu Ri Kang, Kyung Hoon Hwang, Ju Hwan Kim, Chang Hoon Nam, Soo-Won Kim

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Abstract

The selection of electrode material profoundly influences biosensor science and engineering, as it heavily influences biosensor sensitivity. Here we propose a novel electrochemical detection method using a working electrode consisting of bio-nanowires from genetically modified filamentous phages and nanoparticles. fd-tet p8MMM filamentous phages displaying a three-methionine (MMM) peptide on the major coat protein pVIII (designated p8MMM phages) were immobilized on the active area of an electrochemical sensor through physical adsorption and chemical bonding. Bio-nanowires composed of p8MMM phages and silver nanoparticles facilitated sensitive, rapid and selective detection of particular molecules. We explored whether the composite electrode with bio-nanowires was an effective platform to detect the glucose oxidase. The current response of the bio-nanowire sensor was high at various glucose concentrations (0.1 μM-0.1 mM). This method provides a considerable advantage to demonstrate analyte detection over low concentration ranges. Especially, phage-enabled bio-nanowires can serve as receptors with high affinity and specificity for the detection of particular biomolecules and provide a convenient platform for designing site-directed multifunctional scaffolds based on bacteriophages and may serve as a simple method for label-free detection.

Original languageEnglish
Article number105804
JournalMeasurement Science and Technology
Volume21
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010 Oct 1

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Keywords

  • Bacteriophage
  • Biosensor application
  • Disposable analytical system
  • Label-free detection

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  • Applied Mathematics
  • Instrumentation

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Disposable amperometric biosensor based on nanostructured bacteriophages for glucose detection. / Kang, Yu Ri; Hwang, Kyung Hoon; Kim, Ju Hwan; Nam, Chang Hoon; Kim, Soo-Won.

In: Measurement Science and Technology, Vol. 21, No. 10, 105804, 01.10.2010.

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Kang, Yu Ri ; Hwang, Kyung Hoon ; Kim, Ju Hwan ; Nam, Chang Hoon ; Kim, Soo-Won. / Disposable amperometric biosensor based on nanostructured bacteriophages for glucose detection. In: Measurement Science and Technology. 2010 ; Vol. 21, No. 10.
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