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CdS nanocrystals/graphene oxide-AuNPs based electrochemiluminescence immunosensor in sensitive quantification of a cancer biomarker: p53.

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Summary of "CdS nanocrystals/graphene oxide-AuNPs based electrochemiluminescence immunosensor in sensitive quantification of a cancer biomarker: p53."

An ultrahigh sensitive, simple and reliable Electrochemiluminescence (ECL) immunosensor for selective quantification of p53 protein was designed according to the enhancement effects of AuNPs on ECL emission of CdS nanocrystals (CdS NCs). CdS NCs were immobilized on the glassy carbon electrode and AuNPs introduced to the process through formation of a sandwich-type immunocomplex between first anti-p53/p53/ secondary anti-p53. ECL of CdS NCs firstly evoked the SPR of AuNPs which in return amplified the CdS NCs ECL intensity. By using graphene oxide in immunosensor fabrication procedure, and attaching more AuNPs on the surface of the electrode, the ECL intensity was further increased resulting in much higher sensitivity. After applying the optimum conditions, the linear range of the developed immunosensor was found between 20 and 1000 fg/ml with a calculated limit of detection of 4 fg/ml. Moreover, the interference, reproducibility and storage stability studies of the immunosensor were investigated. Finally, immunosensor's authenticity was evaluated by detecting the p53 protein in human spikes which offers it as a potential in early detection of cancer, monitoring the cancer progress and clinical prognosis.

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Name: Biosensors & bioelectronics
ISSN: 1873-4235
Pages: 7-14

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