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Plasmon-Enhanced Electrochemiluminescence of PTP-Decorated Eu MOF-Based Pt-Tipped Au Bimetallic Nanorods for the Lincomycin Assay

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posted on 2022-01-03, 08:03 authored by Jingxian Li, Mengyu Luo, Can Jin, Penghui Zhang, Hongfen Yang, Ren Cai, Weihong Tan
Plasmonic bimetal nanostructures can be employed to amplify electrochemiluminescence (ECL) signals. In this work, a high-performance ECL platform was constructed using a europium metal–organic framework (MOF) as a luminophore and Au–Pt bimetallic nanorods (NRs) as a plasma source. Due to the SPR effect of Au–Pt NRs, the aptasensor exhibits 2.6-fold ECL intensity compared to that of pure polyaniline (PANI)-decorated perylene tetracarboxylic dianhydride (PTCA)/Eu MOF. Moreover, decoration with PTP greatly enhances the conductivity and stability of Eu MOF, resulting in sizeable plasmon-enhanced electrochemical luminescence. The as-designed plasmon-enhanced ECL aptasensor displayed highly sensitive detection for lincomycin (Lin). The as-proposed aptasensor could quantify Lin from 0.1 mg/mL to 0.1 ng/mL with a limit of detection (LOD) of 0.026 ng/mL.