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URN etd-0624104-171241
Author Jen-Ya Wang
Author's Email Address y1964331@mail.nsysu.edu.tw
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Department Chemistry
Year 2003
Semester 2
Degree Ph.D.
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Application of Sol-Gel Derived Silica Particulates as Enzyme and Reagent Immobilization Support in Electrochemiluminescence-Based Flow Injection Analysis
Date of Defense 2004-06-14
Page Count 177
Keyword
  • Ru(bpy)32+
  • inhibition effect
  • sol-gel column
  • NADPH
  • TPA
  • dehydrogenase
  • glucose oxidase
  • electrochemiluminescence
  • H2O2
  • NADH
  • regenerable sensors.
  • reagentless
  • Abstract Based on the linear relationship between concentration of H2O2 and the decrease of electrochemiluminescence (ECL) intensity in a Ru(bpy)32+/TPA system, procedures for the indirect determination of glucose with a flow injection analysis were developed. By passing solutions of glucose through a FIA system containing a glucose oxidase (GOx) immobilized sol-gel column and an ECL system of Ru(bpy)32+ and TPA, glucose can be determined optimally with a detection limit of 1.0 μM in a linear dynamic range of 1.0 – 200.0 μM. A repetitive injection of glucose (100 μM) and human serum solutions gave satisfactory reproducibility with relative standard deviations of 1.3 (N=31) and 3.9 % (N=42) respectively. Interference due to the presence of ascorbic acid, uric acid or other reducible agents in solution can be corrected by passing sample solutions through another sol-gel column that contained no GOx. From the agreement between the contents of glucose in human serum and soft drink analyzed by the developed method and those obtained by the spectroscopy method based glucose assay kit and satisfactory recovery of glucose from interferent containing solutions, the feasibility of the developed method for real sample analysis was confirmed.
    One of the major purposes of this study was to develop new immobilization approaches and flow cell designs for the fabrication of regenerable ECL-based sensors with improved sensitivity, convenience and long-term stability. Silica particulates were used as immobilization support in ECL sensors for TPA and NAD(P)H and in biosensors for glucose and glucose-6-phosphate(G6P). The first ECL flow cell was fabricated from a glass tube, and a platinum wire was used as working electrode held at +1.3 V. The volume of the flow cell was about 50 μL. An Ag/AgCl electrode and a piece of Pt wire were used as the reference and counter electrode respectively and placed downstream of the working electrode. Ru(bpy)32+ immobilized silica particulates with 1/3 silica sol content showed the best performance for TPA determination, and the sensitivity of TPA determination was dependent upon the amount of Ru(bpy)32+ immobilized in silica particulates. The lowest level of analyte detected for TPA was 0.02μM, and linear range was from 0.02μM to 5μM.
    Up to a certain concentration level, it was found that Ru(bpy)32+ was tightly held in silica particulates and did not leach out into aqueous solutions, even with continuous flow for up to ten hours. Ru(bpy)32+ immobilized silica particulates were characterized of well activity and high stability; that stored at 0℃ exhibited its original activity for up to one year.
    The second ECL flow cell was fabricated from a piece of epoxy block supported Pt electrode (1 × 2 cm) as counter electrode, a piece glass window and a polyethylene spacer with 78 μL cell volume, two 2.0-cm length of 0.6-mm diameter platinum wires were used as working electrodes held at +1.1 V, and an Ag/AgCl electrode as reference electrode. All three electrodes were incorporated within the main body of the cell.
    One of the biosensor design packed Ru(bpy)32+ incorporated silica particulates in the ECL flow cell, and a glucose dehydrogenase (GDH) immobilized silica sol-gel column is placed between the sample injection valve and the flow cell. The ECL response to samples containing glucose and cofactor (NADP) results from the Ru(bpy)33+ ECL reaction with NADPH produced by glucose dehydrogenase. This ECL biosensor was shown applicable for both NAD+- and NADP+- dependent enzymes, where NADH detection ranged from 0.50μM – 5.0 mM NADH and NADPH detection ranged from 1.0μM - 3.0 mM NADPH. Glucose can be determined in a linear dynamic range of 5.0 - 500 μM.
    Another biosensor design immobilized glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase(G6PDH)onto the Ru(bpy)32+ -doped silica particulates through silica chemistry and then packed these particulates into the ECL flow cell. By passing samples containing G6P and cofactor (NAD) through the ECL flow cell, G6P can be determined in a linear dynamic range of 10.0 μM-1.0 mM.
    The regenerable ECL biosensor was characterized of good reproducibility and well stability for flow injection analysis. A repetitive injection of NADH (100 μM) and G6P(500μM)gave satisfactory reproducibility with relative standard deviations of 2.8 %(N=105)and 2.8 % (N=40) respectively.
    Advisory Committee
  • S.-J. Jiang - chair
  • H. L. Wu - co-chair
  • C.-M. Chiang - co-chair
  • Jentaie Shiea - co-chair
  • H.J. Huang - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2004-06-24

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