Ultrasensitive, Selective, and Highly Stable Bioelectronic Nose That Detects the Liquid and Gaseous Cadaverine
- Ultrasensitive, Selective, and Highly Stable Bioelectronic Nose That Detects the Liquid and Gaseous Cadaverine
- 이지원; 송현석; 표수열; 오정균; 양희홍; 정고은; 문동석; 권오석; 박태현; 장정식
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- Analytical chemistry
- VOL 91, NO 19-12190
- Field-effect transistor (FET) devices based on conductive nanomaterials have been used to develop biosensors. However, development of FET-based biosensors that allow efficient stability, especially in the gas phase, for obtaining reliable and reproducible responses remains a challenge. In this study, we developed a nanodisc (ND)-functionalized bioelectronic nose (NBN) based on a nickel (Ni)-decorated carboxylated polypyrrole nanoparticle (cPPyNP)-FET that offers the detection of liquid and gaseous cadaverine (CV). The TAAR13c, specifically binding to CV, which is an indicator of food spoilage, was successfully constructed in NDs. The NBN was fabricated by the oriented assembly of TAAR13c-embedded NDs (T13NDs) onto the transistor with Ni/cPPyNPs. The NBN showed high performance in selectivity and sensitivity for the detection of CV, with excellent stability in both aqueous and gas phases. Moreover, the NBN allowed efficient measurement of corrupted real-food samples. It demonstrates the ND-based device can allow the practical biosensor that provides high stability in the gas phase.
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