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Title 

Superb specific, ultrasensitive, and rapid identification of the oseltamivir-resistant H1N1 virus: naked-eye and SERS dual-mode assay using functional gold nanoparticles

Authors 

Gayoung EomAhreum HwangDo Kyung LeeKyeonghye GukJeong MoonJinyoung JeongJuyeon JungB KimEun-Kyung LimTaejoon Kang

Publisher 

American Chemical Society

Issue Date 

2019

Citation 

ACS Applied Bio Materials

Keywords 

oseltamivirinfluenza virusmutant virusnaked-eyesurface-enhanced raman scatteringoseltamivir hexylthiolgold nanoparticle

Abstract 

To prevent the global transmission of mutant viruses and minimize the damage caused by mutant virus infection, the accurate identification of newly emerged mutant viruses should be a priority. The key problem in mutant virus identification is that the selective detection of a mutant virus in the biological environment, where small amounts of mutant virus and copious amounts of wild-type virus coexist, is difficult. Herein, we report specific and ultrasensitive detection of oseltamivir-resistant (pH1N1/H275Y mutant) virus using functional Au nanoparticles (NPs). The functional Au NPs were prepared by modifying the surfaces of Au NPs with oseltamivir hexylthiol (OHT) and malachite green isothiocyanate (MGITC) simultaneously. OHT is an excellent receptor for the pH1N1/H275Y mutant virus because it has a 250-fold higher binding affinity for the pH1N1/ H275Y mutant virus than for the wild-type virus. MGITC is a Raman reporter that provides a distinctive surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) signal. The SERS signal of MGITC on Au NPs allows us to detect pH1N1/H275Y mutant viruses sensitively and quantitatively. The functional Au NPs enable naked-eye and SERS dual-mode detection of mutant viruses. Only in the presence of the pH1N1/H275Y mutant virus, the functional Au NPs aggregate, and the color of the NPs changes from red to purple. This allows us to detect mutant viruses with the naked eye. Furthermore, the aggregated Au NPs can provide strong SERS signals of MGITC. By measuring the SERS signals, we could detect the pH1N1/H275Y mutant virus with a detection limit of 10 PFU. Importantly, the pH1N1/H275Y mutant virus could be detected by using the functional Au NPs even in a mixture of mutant and wild-type viruses with a ratio of 1/100. This result suggests that the present method might be employed for the diagnosis of oseltamivir-resistant virus and for further research, including mutant virus analysis and drug development.

URI 

https://doi.org/10.1021/acsabm.8b00807

ISSN 

2576-6422

Appears in Collections

1. Journal Articles > Journal Articles

Registered Date

2019-07-10


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