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#28889209   2017/09/10 Save this To Up

Micro-bead injection spectroscopy for label-free automated determination of immunoglobulin G in human serum.

Immunoglobulin G (IgG) represents the major fraction of antibodies in healthy adult human serum, and deviations from physiological levels are a generic marker of disease corresponding to different pathologies. Therefore, screening methods for IgG evaluation are a valuable aid to diagnostics. The present work proposes a rapid, automatic, and miniaturized method based on UV-vis micro-bead injection spectroscopy (μ-BIS) for the real-time determination of human serum IgG with label-free detection. Relying on attachment of IgG in rec-protein G immobilized in Sepharose 4B, a bioaffinity column is automatically assembled, where IgG is selectively retained and determined by on-column optical density measurement. A "dilution-and-shoot" approach (50 to 200 times) was implemented without further sample treatment because interferences were flushed out of the column upon sample loading, with minimization of carryover and cross-contamination by automatically discarding the sorbent (0.2 mg) after each determination. No interference from human serum albumin at 60 mg mL(-1) in undiluted sample was found. The method allowed IgG determination in the range 100-300 μg mL(-1) (corresponding to 5.0-60 mg mL(-1) in undiluted samples), with a detection limit of 33 μg mL(-1) (1.7 mg mL(-1) for samples, dilution factor of 50). RSD values were < 9.4 and < 11.7%, for intra and inter-assay precision, respectively, while recovery values for human serum spiked with IgG at high pathological levels were 97.8-101.4%. Comparison to commercial ELISA kit showed no significant difference for tested samples (n = 8). Moreover, time-to-result decreased from several hours to < 5 min and analysis cost decreased 10 times, showing the potential of the proposed approach as a point-of-care method. Graphical abstract Micro-Bead Injection Spectroscopy method for real time, automated and label-free determination of total serum human Immunoglobulin G (IgG). The method was designed for Lab-on-Valve (LOV) platforms using a miniaturised protein G bioaffinity separative approach. IgG are separated from serum matrix components upon quantification with low non-specific binding in less than 5 min.

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#28153290   2017/02/03 Save this To Up

Immobilized fusion protein affinity chromatography combined with HPLC-ESI-Q-TOF-MS/MS for rapid screening of PPARγ ligands from natural products.

Screening agonists of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-γ (PPARγ) from natural products is particularly motivated by the need for effective anti-diabetic agents. However, method for direct identification of PPARγ ligands from a complex sample is rarely reported. Here we propose a novel immobilized fusion protein affinity chromatography (IFPAC) to achieve rapid multicomponent screening. First, functional human PPARγ ligand binding domain (hPPARγLBD) was bacterially produced by fusion to glutathione S-transferase (GST). The unpurified GST-hPPARγLBD was directly applied to a 96-well filter plate prepacked with glutathione sepharose. Due to the strong affinity between GST and glutathione, the fusion protein could selectively attach to the glutathione matrix with an oriented immobilization, which was rapidly purified under non-denaturing conditions. Experimental results indicated that the prepared 96-affinity column array exhibited excellent selectivity and sensitivity for fishing novel interacting compounds. The proposed approach was applied in the high-throughput screening of PPARγ ligands from natural products, followed by rapid characterization of active compounds using HPLC-ESI-Q-TOF-MS/MS. Isochlorogenic acid A in Dendranthema indicum flowers was found to be a PPARγ ligand. Our findings suggested the IFPAC could be a powerful tool for drug discovery from natural products.

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#27065591   2016/04/12 Save this To Up

The role of Ser-(Arg-Ser-Arg-Ser-GlucNAc)19-GlucNAc Fasciola gigantica glycoprotein in the diagnosis of prepatent fasciolosis in rabbits.

In the present study, the carbohydrate structures associated with Fasciola gigantica adult worm were identified by indirect hemagglutination inhibition test. Glucose was found to be the main monosaccharide associated with the fluke. According to indirect hemagglutination inhibition results, purification of glycoprotein fractions from worm crude extract was carried out by affinity chromatography immobilized glucose agarose gel and Con-A lectin columns. The isolated glycoprotein fractions, FI and FII, were characterized by SDS-PAGE which revealed one band in FI of 26 kDa and another one band of 19.5 kDa in FII compared with 12 bands associated with whole worm extract. Both fractions were also characterized by isoelectric focusing technique which proved that both bands were acidic in nature with pIs 6.4 and 6.5 respectively. The comparative diagnostic evaluation of the two isolated glycoprotein fractions and crude extract of experimental fasciolosis in rabbits by ELISA revealed that FII was more potent in the diagnosis during prepatent (first week post infection) and patent periods (10 weeks post infection) than FI and crude extract. Moreover, infected rabbit sera at ten weeks post infection identified both bands; 26 and 19.5 kDa in western blot analysis confirming its immunodiagnostic activities which was proved previously by ELISA. FII proved potency in diagnosis of fasciolosis in 200 buffalo serum samples of different ages and sexes using ELISA which recorded 95 % positive and 5 % negative samples. Moreover, the detailed structural analyses of the most potent fraction, F11, using mass spectrum was made and elucidated chemical structure; O-glycan [Ser-(Arg-Ser-Arg-Ser-GlucNAc)19-GlucNAc]. The present result introduces GlucNAc rich fraction of F .gigantica that can be used successfully in the diagnosis of acute and chronic fasciolosis.

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#24648082   2014/03/20 Save this To Up

Synthesis and application of dye-ligand affinity adsorbents.

Dye-ligand affinity chromatography is a widely used technique in protein purification. The utility of the reactive dyes as affinity ligands results from their unique chemistry, which confers wide specificity towards a large number of proteins. They are commercially available, are inexpensive, and can easily be immobilized. Important factors that contribute to the successful operation of a dye-ligand chromatography include adsorbent properties, such as matrix type and ligand concentration, the buffer conditions used in the adsorption and elution stages, and contacting parameters like flow rate and column geometry. In general, with dye-ligand affinity chromatography, the specificity is provided by the adsorption and elution conditions employed in a particular purification, and these must often be worked out by trial and error. The present chapter provides protocols for the synthesis of dye-ligand affinity adsorbents as well as protocols for screening, selection, and optimization of a dye-ligand purification step. The purification of the glutathione transferases from Phaseolus vulgaris crude extract on Cibacron Blue 3GA-Sepharose is given as an example.

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#24394958   2014/02/24 Save this To Up

Proteomics screening of molecular targets of curcumin in mouse brain.

Curcumin is one of the most important constituent of Curcuma longa L. with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anticancer effects. In this study, we investigated potential intracellular targets of curcumin by affinity chromatography based on target deconvolution. Identification of curcumin interacting proteins may help in evaluating biological and side effects of this natural compound.

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#24337186   2014/01/15 Save this To Up

An alternative easy method for antibody purification and analysis of protein-protein interaction using GST fusion proteins immobilized onto glutathione-agarose.

Immobilization of small proteins designed to perform protein-protein assays can be a difficult task. Often, the modification of reactive residues necessary for the interaction between the immobilized protein and the matrix compromises the interaction between the protein and its target. In these cases, glutathione-S-transferase (GST) is a valuable tag providing a long arm that makes the bait protein accessible to the mobile flow phase of the chromatography. In the present report, we used a GST fusion version of the 8-kDa protein serine protease inhibitor Kazal-type 3 (SPINK3) as the bait to purify anti-SPINK3 antibodies from a rabbit crude serum. The protocol for immobilization of GST-SPINK3 to glutathione-agarose beads was modified from previously reported protocols by using an alternative bifunctional cross-linker (dithiobis(succinimidyl propionate)) in a very simple procedure and by using simple buffers under physiological conditions. We concluded that the immobilized protein remained bound to the column after elution with low pH, allowing the reuse of the column for alternative uses, such as screening for other protein-protein interactions using SPINK3 as the bait.

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#23244319   2012/12/18 Save this To Up

Development of a nanogold-based immunochromatographic assay for detection of morphine in urine using the Amor-HK16 monoclonal antibody.

A simple, rapid competitive immunochromatography (ICG) strip test was developed to detect morphine in urine samples using a monoclonal antibody produced in-house and conjugated to gold nanoparticles. Hybridoma cells were cultured and the Amor-HK16 monoclonal antibody against morphine was obtained from the supernatant after purification by salting out and passing through a Protein G-Agarose affinity column. Morphine was obtained from morphine sulfate and a C6-hemisuccinate derivative of morphine was prepared, conjugated to bovine serum albumin, and immobilized to a nitrocellulose membrane as the test line. Goat anti-mouse antibody was used as a binder in the control line in the detection zone of the strip. Colloidal gold particles of diameter approximately 20 nm were prepared and conjugated to the monoclonal antibody. The detection limit of the test strip was found to be 2000 ng/mL of morphine in urine samples. Reliability was determined by performing the ICG test on 103 urine samples and comparing the results with those obtained by thin-layer chromatography. The sensitivity of the test was 100%, and the analysis time for the assay was approximately 5 min. The new ICG method was adequately sensitive and accurate for the rapid screening of morphine in urine.

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#22798188   2012/10/15 Save this To Up

Anacardium occidentale bark lectin: purification, immobilization as an affinity model and influence in the uptake of technetium-99M by rat adipocytes.

Lectins, proteins that recognize carbohydrates, have been immobilized on inert supports and used in the screening or purification of glycoproteins. Anacardium occidentale bark infusion has been used as a hypoglycemic agent in Brazil. The toxicity of natural products may be evaluated determining their capability to alter the biodistribution of technetium-99M ((99m)Tc). This work reports the isolation and characterization of a lectin from A. occidentale bark (AnocBL), its evaluation as an affinity support for glycoprotein isolation and lectin effect on the uptake of (99m)Tc by rat adipocytes. AnocBL was isolated from 80 % ammonium sulphate supernatant by affinity chromatography on fetuin-agarose. SDS-PAGE showed a single protein band of 47 kDa. The monossacharide L-arabinose and the glycoproteins fetuin, asialofetuin, ovomucoid, casein, thyroglobulin, peroxidase, fetal bovine serum and IgG inhibited the activity. The lectin activity was stable until 70 °C and at a pH range of 3.0-7.5. AnocBL-Sepharose column bound fetuin indicating that the lectin matrix may be used to obtain glycoconjugates of biotechnological interest. In vitro assay revealed that glucose and insulin increase (99m)Tc uptake by rat adipocytes. AnocBL decreases (99m)Tc uptake, and this effect was not detected in the presence of glucose. Fetuin inhibited AnocBL effect in all insulin concentrations.

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#21707360   2011/06/28 Save this To Up

A single-chain antibody fragment against human thyroglobulin: construction and evaluation of immunoreactivity.

Smaller recombinant antibody fragments are at the forefront of in vivo diagnosis and therapy. These units possess better distribution and faster clearance than larger molecules. Among these, single chain antibody fragments (scFv) are emerging as credible alternatives. These proteins are shown to have same specificities and affinities for their antigens as the parental monoclonal antibody (MAb). We have attempted to produce scFv against human thyroglobulin (H-Tg) using anti-Tg secreting hybridoma cells and PCR-based cloning approach. Hybridoma secreting anti-Tg MAb B10IV was established. cDNA was prepared from hybridoma cells. The V(H) and V(L) genes were amplified and cloned. The gene sequences were submitted to Genebank database (accession nos. AJ508533 and AM072962, respectively.) V(L) and V(H) genes were then linked together with a linker peptide and successfully cloned in pET28a and expressed as His-tag fusion protein in expression host BL21 (DE3). The scFv protein from IPTG-induced cells was purified under native conditions by immobilized metal affinity chromatography on a Ni-NTA agarose column. The yield expressed in Escherichia coli was approximately 8 mg/L. ScFv could be labeled with (125)I and its immunoreactivity evaluated in radioassays. Although scFv demonstrated specific binding to H-Tg, the immunoreactivity was low (10.3%) compared to the parental MAb B10IV, which showed immunoreactivity of 37.27%. Inhibition radioassays exhibited that scFv and MAb interact with the same epitope on the target antigen, indicating its specificity.

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#19395325   2009/05/04 Save this To Up

Purification of histidine-tagged nucleocapsid protein of Nipah virus using immobilized metal affinity chromatography.

Nucleocapsid (N) protein of Nipah virus (NiV) is a potential serological marker used in the diagnosis of NiV infections. In this study, a rapid and efficient purification system, HisTrap 6 Fast Flow packed bed column was applied to purify recombinant histidine-tagged N protein of NiV from clarified feedstock. The optimizations of binding and elution conditions of N protein of NiV onto and from Nickel Sepharose 6 Fast Flow were investigated. The optimal binding was achieved at pH 7.5, superficial velocity of 1.25 cm/min. The bound N protein was successfully recovered by a stepwise elution with different concentration of imidazole (50, 150, 300 and 500 mM). The N protein of NiV was captured and eluted from an inlet N protein concentration of 0.4 mg/ml in a scale-up immobilized metal affinity chromatography (IMAC) packed bed column of Nickel Sepharose 6 Fast Flow with the optimized condition obtained from the method scouting. The purification of histidine-tagged N protein using IMAC packed bed column has resulted a 68.3% yield and a purification factor of 7.94.

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