Dual-Mode Sensing Platform for Electrochemiluminescence and Colorimetry Detection Based on a Closed Bipolar Electrode

Yue Hu, Liang Zhu, Xuecui Mei, Jinsen Liu, Zhongping Yao, Yingchun Li

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Abstract

Development of sensors uniting different sensing principles is in line with the concept of reliable, comprehensive, and diversified equipment construction. However, the current exploration in this field is obstructed by compromise of reaction conditions and inevitable mutual interference arising from different sensing modes. This work reported a closed bipolar electrode (c-BPE) strategy for dual-modality detection or dual-target detection. To this end, a c-BPE sensing platform installed in physically separated anode and cathode compartments was well designed and carefully optimized. If luminol was present in the anode section and Prussian blue (PB) was at the cathode part, single stimulation could realize electrochemiluminescence (ECL) from luminol at the anode and conversion of PB to Prussian white (PW) at the cathode. The latter reaction helped elevate the ECL signal and also prepared for colorimetric detection as color change from PW to PB under the trigger of oxidant (like H2O2) was used to track the content of the oxidant. Thus, dual signals were obtained for dual-modality detection of single target or the detection of different targets was realized at different poles. Detection of glucose was carried out to validate the application for dual-modality detection, while VLDL/AChE and NADH/H2O2assays illustrated the potential of dual-target detection. The proposed platform possesses outstanding sensing performance including selectivity, repeatability, long-term stability, accuracy, and so forth. This work implements a breakthrough in designing dual-mode sensors and is expected to present a rational basis for development of a diversified sensing platform.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)12367-12373
Number of pages7
JournalAnalytical Chemistry
Volume93
Issue number36
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 14 Sept 2021

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Analytical Chemistry

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