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A novel sandwich aptasensor for detecting T-2 toxin based on rGO-TEPA-Au@Pt nanorods with a dual signal amplification strategy.

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Summary of "A novel sandwich aptasensor for detecting T-2 toxin based on rGO-TEPA-Au@Pt nanorods with a dual signal amplification strategy."

T-2 toxin is a mycotoxin that can cause chronic illnesses, and the detection of T-2 toxin in food is critical for human health. Herein, a novel sandwich aptasensor with a dual signal amplification strategy was developed for the detection of T-2 toxin. Molybdenum disulfide-polyaniline-chitosan-gold nanoparticles (MoS-PANI-Chi-Au) were processed to the modified glassy carbon electrode (GCE) and used as the aptasensor platform to expedite the electronics transport and immobilize the amino-terminated capture DNA probe by Au-N bonds. The reduced graphene oxide-tetraethylene pentamine-gold@platinum nanorods (rGO-TEPA-Au@Pt NRs) were first synthesized and immobilized with a signal DNA probe. Once T-2 toxin was added into the biosensing system, the aptamer would trap T-2 toxin to turn the signal off. Next, dissociative aptamer hybridized with the capture DNA probe in GCE and linked simultaneously to the signal DNA probe on rGO-TEPA-Au@Pt NRs with another end sequence of aptamer to turn the signal on. Owing to the efficient catalytic ability of bimetallic Au@Pt nanorods, the signal was perfectly amplified through the catalysis of hydrogen peroxide (HO) and recorded by chronoamperometry. With the outstanding augment response, the limit of detection reached 1.79 fg mL (3S/m) and a wide linear range from 10 fg mL to 100 ng mL was presented. The sensitivity of the aptasensor was 19.88 μA⋅μM⋅cm. Meanwhile, the DNA aptamer-bimetallic nanorod based sensing system presented excellent specificity. The developed aptasensor provides a new platform for T-2 toxin detection with low cost for real sample assays.

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Name: Biosensors & bioelectronics
ISSN: 1873-4235
Pages: 111635

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