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Bio-Hybrid Materials for Immunoassay-Based Sensing

  • Jonathan Fang (a1), Esther H. Lan (a2), Jing C. Zhou (a3) and Bruce Dunn (a4)

Abstract

The process of encapsulating antibodies in sol-gel was used for sensing various hormones, specifically cortisol, insulin, and C-peptide. A sol-gel optical biosensor for cortisol has been developed for monitoring of crew health on-orbit during space missions. Our studies involving silica sol-gel materials with competitive immunoassays demonstrated linear calibration for cortisol in the range of 2-60 μg/dL, which covers the physiological range of cortisol blood concentration for an adult (2-28 μg/dL). The method of standard additions was used to analyze human serum samples sent to us from a NASA laboratory. Our sol-gel immunosensor values were typically within 20% of the values obtained by NASA-JSC using traditional immuno-binding techniques, with some values having less than a 5% error. Initial results are presented for sensing the hormones insulin and C-peptide.

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Bio-Hybrid Materials for Immunoassay-Based Sensing

  • Jonathan Fang (a1), Esther H. Lan (a2), Jing C. Zhou (a3) and Bruce Dunn (a4)

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