Data_Sheet_1_A Novel Nanoprobe Based on Core–Shell Au@Pt@Mesoporous SiO2 Nanozyme With Enhanced Activity and Stability for Mumps Virus Diagnosis.PDF (200.27 kB)
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Data_Sheet_1_A Novel Nanoprobe Based on Core–Shell Au@Pt@Mesoporous SiO2 Nanozyme With Enhanced Activity and Stability for Mumps Virus Diagnosis.PDF

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posted on 05.06.2020, 04:46 authored by Lin Long, Rui Cai, Jianbo Liu, Xiaochun Wu

Nanoporous materials with core-shell structure have received lots of attention owing to the great versatility of the functional cores and shells and their potential application in catalysis and biological applications. In this work, a facile method has been developed to synthesize uniform Au@Pt@mesoporous SiO2 nanostructures with high peroxidase-like activity, which had a well-defined core–shell structure with Au nanorods@Pt nanodots as a core and mesoporous SiO2 as a shell. The mesoporous SiO2 shell can not only provide convenient transmission channels but offer a substantial location for accommodation of large biomolecules, such as antibodies and antigens. Here a novel nanoprobe based on Au@Pt@mesoporous SiO2 nanozyme modified with mumps antigens was reported. Notably, the encapsulation of Au@Pt nanorod in mesoporous SiO2 shell was able to hinder the interaction between catalytical nanoparticles and recognition antigens, retaining the catalytic activity of the inner active nanoparticle core. Furthermore, this nanoprobe exhibited an extraordinarily stability and showed excellent activity. As a result, we presented an enzyme linked immunosorbant assay (ELISA) for the diagnosis of mumps virus; this proposed method exhibited good sensitivity to mumps-specific IgM antibodies. The limit of detection can be as low as 10 ng/mL, which was more sensitive compared to the conventional immunoassay. Our results indicated that this nanoprobe hold great promise with opportunities for applications of biosensors, catalysis and biotechnology.

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