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    The abuse of antibiotics has caused serious threat to human health, so it is of great significance to develop a simple and sensitive method for the detection of trace residues of antibiotics in the environment and food. Herein, a novel label-free fluorescent biosensing platform based on the fluorescence change of aptamers-capped zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 (ZIF-8) @ 2,2',2″,2‴-((ethene-1,1,2,2-tetrayltetrakis (benzene-4,1-diyl)) tetrakis (oxy)) tetraacetic acid (TPE) through ATP-assisted competitive coordination reaction was designed for such an end. ZIF-8@TPE/Aptamer (Apt) emits strong fluorescence at 425 nm in HEPES buffer due to the aggregation induced luminescence properties of TPE molecules in confined state. Once kanamycin was added, the conformation of aptamer capped on the surface of ZIF-8@TPE changes because of the specific recognition of kanamycin with aptamer, leading to the collapse of ZIF-8 and release of TPE, accompanied with a dramatic decrease of fluorescence intensity. Under the optimal conditions, a good correlation was obtained between the fluorescence intensity of ZIF-8@TPE/Apt and the concentration of kanamycin ranging from 10 to 103 ng/mL with a detection limit of 7.3 ng/mL. The satisfactory analytical performance of the assay for kanamycin detection suggests good prospect for its application in food safety analysis. Copyright © 2021 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.


    Shanshan Liu, Yanmei Chen, Zhijun Ruan, Junqi Lin, Wen Kong. Development of label-free fluorescent biosensor for the detection of kanamycin based on aptamer capped metal-organic framework. Environmental research. 2022 Apr 15;206:112617

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