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Rapid and accurate detection of Escherichia coli growth by fluorescent pH-sensitive organic nanoparticles for high-throughput screening applications

Si, Y; Grazon, C; Clavier, G; Rieger, J; Audibert, JF; Sclavi, B; Meallet-Renault, R BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS 2016, 75, 320-327.

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BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS 2016, 75, 320-327.

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Si, Y; Grazon, C; Clavier, G; Rieger, J; Audibert, JF; Sclavi, B; Meallet-Renault, R

Rapid detection of bacterial growth is an important issue in the food industry and for medical research. Here we present a novel kind of pH-sensitive fluorescent nanoparticles (FANPs) that can be used for the rapid and accurate real-time detection of Escherichia coil growth. These organic particles are designed to be non-toxic and highly water-soluble. Here we show that the coupling of pH sensitive fluoresceinamine to the nanoparticles results in an increased sensitivity to changes in pH within a physiologically relevant range that can be used to monitor the presence of live bacteria. In addition, these FANPs do not influence bacterial growth and are stable over several hours in a complex medium and in the presence of bacteria. The use of these FANPs allows for continuous monitoring of bacterial growth via real-time detection over long time scales in small volumes and can thus be used for the screening of a large number of samples for high-throughput applications such as screening for the presence of antibiotic resistant strains.

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Paru le 15 janvier 2016
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DOI: 10.1016/j.bios.2015.08.028

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