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Rapid and simple pressure-sensitive adhesive microdevice fabrication for sequence-specific capture and fluorescence detection of sepsis-related bacterial plasmid gene sequences.

Tytuł :
Rapid and simple pressure-sensitive adhesive microdevice fabrication for sequence-specific capture and fluorescence detection of sepsis-related bacterial plasmid gene sequences.
Autorzy :
Akuoko, Yesman
Hanson, Robert L.
Harris, David H.
Nielsen, Jacob B.
Lazalde, Elaine
Woolley, Adam T.
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Temat :
PRESSURE-sensitive adhesives
BACTERIAL genes
DNA synthesis
FLUORESCENCE
BACTERIAL DNA
ADHESIVE tape
PLASMIDS
FLUORESCENT probes
Źródło :
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry; 2021, Vol. 413 Issue 4, p1017-1025, 9p
Czasopismo naukowe
Microbial resistance to currently available antibiotics poses a great threat in the global fight against infections. An important step in determining bacterial antibiotic resistance can be selective DNA sequence capture and fluorescence labeling. In this paper, we demonstrate the fabrication of simple, robust, inexpensive microfluidic devices for DNA capture and fluorescence detection of a model antibiotic resistance gene sequence. We laser micromachined polymethyl methacrylate microchannels and enclosed them using pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes. We then formed porous polymer monoliths with DNA capture probes in these microchannels and used them for sequence-specific capture, fluorescent labeling, and laser-induced fluorescence detection of picomolar (pM) concentrations of synthetic and plasmid antibiotic resistance gene targets. The relative fluorescence for the elution peaks increased with loaded target DNA concentration. We observed higher fluorescence signal and percent recovery for synthetic target DNA compared to plasmid DNA at the same loaded target concentration. A non-target gene was used for control experiments and produced < 3% capture relative to the same concentration of target. The full analysis process including device fabrication was completed in less than 90 min with a limit of detection of 30 pM. The simplicity of device fabrication and good DNA capture selectivity demonstrated herein have potential for application with processes for bacterial plasmid DNA extraction and single-particle counting to facilitate determination of antibiotic susceptibility. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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