Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel

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José Manuel
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Pingarrón Carrazón
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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Ciencias Químicas
Química Analítica
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  • Publication
    Simultaneous Determination of the Main Peanut Allergens in Foods Using Disposable Amperometric Magnetic Beads-Based Immunosensing Platforms
    (MDPI, 2016-06-28) Ruiz Valdepeñas Montiel, Víctor; Torrente Rodríguez, Rebeca Magnolia; Campuzano Ruiz, Susana; Pellicanò, Alessandro; Reviejo García, Ángel Julio; Cosio, Maria; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    In this work, a novel magnetic beads (MBs)-based immunosensing approach for the rapid and simultaneous determination of the main peanut allergenic proteins (Ara h 1 and Ara h 2) is reported. It involves the use of sandwich-type immunoassays using selective capture and detector antibodies and carboxylic acid-modified magnetic beads (HOOC-MBs). Amperometric detection at −0.20 V was performed using dual screen-printed carbon electrodes (SPdCEs) and the H2O2/hydroquinone (HQ) system. This methodology exhibits high sensitivity and selectivity for the target proteins providing detection limits of 18.0 and 0.07 ng/mL for Ara h 1 and Ara h 2, respectively, with an assay time of only 2 h. The usefulness of the approach was evaluated by detecting the endogenous content of both allergenic proteins in different food extracts as well as trace amounts of peanut allergen (0.0001% or 1.0 mg/kg) in wheat flour spiked samples. The developed platform provides better Low detection limits (LODs) in shorter assay times than those claimed for the allergen specific commercial ELISA kits using the same immunoreagents and quantitative information on individual food allergen levels. Moreover, the flexibility of the methodology makes it readily translate to the detection of other food-allergens.
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    Automated Bioanalyzer Based on Amperometric Enzymatic Biosensors for the Determination of Ethanol in Low-Alcohol Beers
    (MDPI, 2017-05-13) Vargas Orgaz, Eva; Conzuelo, Felipe; Ruiz, M.; Campuzano Ruiz, Susana; Ruiz Valdepeñas Montiel, Víctor; González de Rivera, Guillermo; López-Colino, Fernando; Reviejo García, Ángel Julio; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    In this work, a new automated bioanalyzer based on the use of enzymatic biosensors as amperometric detectors is reported. This automatic bioanalyzer is configurable both as continuous flow and flow injection analysis systems and enables both on-line and off-line monitoring of ethanol in low-alcohol beer to be performed. The attractive analytical and operational characteristics demonstrated by the automated bioanalyzer make it a promising, simple, rapid, and reliable tool for quality control of this beverage in the beer industry, either during the manufacturing process or in the final product. Moreover its applicability to the analysis of the ethanol content in different non-alcoholic beers working at different modes was successfully demonstrated.
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    Fullerenes in Electrochemical Catalytic and Affinity Biosensing: A Review
    (MDPI, 2017-06-28) Yáñez Sedeño, Paloma; Campuzano Ruiz, Susana; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    Nanotechnology is becoming increasingly important in the field of (bio)sensors. The performance and sensitivity of electrochemical biosensors can be greatly improved by the integration of nanomaterials into their construction. In this sense, carbon nanomaterials have been widely used for preparation of biosensors due to their ability to enhance electron-transfer kinetics, high surface-to-volume ratios, and biocompatibility. Fullerenes are a very promising family of carbon nanomaterials and have attracted great interest in recent years in the design of novel biosensing systems due to fullerenes’ exceptional properties. These include multiple redox states, stability in many redox forms, easy functionalization and signal mediation. This paper outlines the state-of-the-art and future directions in the use and functionalization of fullerene-C60 and its derivatives, both as electrode modifiers and advanced labels in electrochemical catalytic and affinity biosensors through selected applications.
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    Paving the Way for Reliable Alzheimer’s Disease Blood Diagnosis by Quadruple Electrochemical Immunosensing
    (Wiley, 2022-02-01) Valverde de la Fuente, Alejandro; Gordón Pidal, José María; Montero Calle, Ana; Arévalo Pérez, Beatriz; Serafín González-Carrato, Verónica; Calero, Miguel; Moreno Guzmán, María; López, Miguel Ángel; Escarpa, Alberto; Yáñez Sedeño, Paloma; Barderas, Rodrigo; Campuzano Ruiz, Susana; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    Alzheimer’s disease (AD), the most common neurodegenerative disorder, demands new cost-effective and easy-to-use strategies for its reliable detection, mainly in the preclinical stages. Here, we report the first immunoplatform for the electrochemical multidetermination of four candidate protein biomarkers in blood, neurofilament light chain (NfL), Tau, phosphorylated Tau (p-Tau) and TAR DNA-Binding Protein 43 (TDP-43). It involves implementation of sandwich-type immunoassays and enzymatic labelling with horseradish peroxidase (HRP) on the surface of magnetic microbeads (MBs). Amperometric detection is performed after depositing the magnetic immunoconjugates on disposable quadruple transduction platforms by monitoring the enzymatic reduction of H2O2 mediated by hydroquinone (HQ). The immunoplatform achieved LOD values smaller than the content of target biomarkers in plasma of healthy subjects, with RSD values.
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    Empowering Electrochemical Biosensing through Nanostructured or Multifunctional Nucleic Acid or Peptide Biomaterials
    (Wiley, 2022-04-28) Campuzano Ruiz, Susana; Pedrero Muñoz, María; Barderas, Rodrigo; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    Electrochemical biosensors continue to evolve at an astonishing pace, consolidating as competitive tools for determining a wide range of targets and relentlessly strengthening their attributes in terms of sensitivity, selectivity, simplicity, response time, and antifouling ability, making them suitable for getting a foothold in real-world applications. The design and exploitation of nanostructured or multifunctional nucleic acid or peptide biomaterials is playing a determinant role in these achievements. With the aim of highlighting the potential and opportunities of these biomaterials, this perspective article critically discusses and overviews the electrochemical biosensors reported since 2019 involving nanostructured and multifunctional DNA biomaterials, multifunctional aptamers, modern peptides, and CRISPR/Cas systems. The use of these biomaterials as recognition elements, electrode modifiers (acting as linkers or creating scaffolds with antifouling properties), enzyme substrates, and labeling/carrier agents for signal amplification is discussed through rationally and strategically selected examples, concluding with a personal perspective about the challenges to be faced and future lines of action.
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    Janus particles for (bio)sensing
    (Elsevier, 2017-12) Yáñez Sedeño, Paloma; Campuzano, Susana; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    This review article sheds useful insight in the use of Janus nanoparticles for (bio)sensing in connection with optical and electrochemical transduction. After a brief introduction of the main properties, types and fabrication strategies of Janus nanoparticles, selected applications for their use in electrochemical and optical biosensing are critically discussed. Highlighted examples illustrate the great versatility and interesting possibilities offered by these smart multifunctional nanoparticles for (bio)sensing of relevant analytes operating both in static and dynamic modes. Progress made so far demonstrate their suitability for designing single- or multiplexed (bio)sensing strategies for target analytes of different nature (organic and inorganic compounds, proteins, cells and oligomers) with relevance in clinical (H2O2, glucose, cholesterol, CEA, human IgG, propranolol, bacterial and tumor cells) and environmental (lead and organophosphorous nerve agents) fields. Key future challenges and envisioned opportunities of the use of Janus nanoparticles in the (bio)sensing field are also discussed.
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    Magnetic Particles Coupled to Disposable Screen Printed Transducers for Electrochemical Biosensing
    (MDPI, 2016-09-25) Yáñez Sedeño, Paloma; Campuzano Ruiz, Susana; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    Ultrasensitive biosensing is currently a growing demand that has led to the development of numerous strategies for signal amplification. In this context, the unique properties of magnetic particles; both of nano- and micro-size dimensions; have proved to be promising materials to be coupled with disposable electrodes for the design of cost-effective electrochemical affinity biosensing platforms. This review addresses, through discussion of selected examples, the way that nano- and micro-magnetic particles (MNPs and MMPs; respectively) have contributed significantly to the development of electrochemical affinity biosensors, including immuno-, DNA, aptamer and other affinity modes. Different aspects such as type of magnetic particles, assay formats, detection techniques, sensitivity, applicability and other relevant characteristics are discussed. Research opportunities and future development trends in this field are also considered.
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    Magnetic multiwalled carbon nanotubes as nanocarrier tags for sensitive determination of fetuin in saliva
    (Elsevier, 2018) Sánchez Tirado, E; Gónzalez Cortés, A; Yáñez Sedeño, Paloma; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    This paper reports the development and performance of an electrochemical immunosensor using magnetic multiwalled carbon nanotubes (m-MWCNTs) as nanocarrier tags for the determination of human fetuin A (HFA), a relevant biomarker of obesity, insulin resistance, and type-2 diabetes as well as for pancreatic and liver cancers and inflammatory processes. Screen-printed carbon electrodes were grafted with p-aminobezoic acid and streptavidin was covalently immobilized on the electrode surface. A biotinylated capture antibody was immobilized through streptavidin-biotin interaction and a sandwich assay configuration was implemented using m-MWCNTs conjugated with HRP and anti-HFA antibodies as the detection label. The determination of HFA was accomplished by measuring the current produced by the electrochemical reduction of benzoquinone at -200 mV upon addition of H2O2 as HRP substrate. The prepared m-MWCNTs were characterized by SEM, TEM, XRD and EDS. All the steps involved in the immunosensor preparation were monitored by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and cyclic voltammetry. A linear calibration plot for HFA was found between 20 and 2000 pg/mL with a LOD value of 16 pg/mL. This performance is notably better than that reported for an ELISA kit and a chronoimpedimetric immunosensor. The favorable contribution of m-MWCNTs in comparison with MWCNTs without incorporated magnetic particles to this excellent analytical performance is also highlighted. The immunosensor selectivity against other proteins and potentially interfering compounds was excellent. In addition, the usefulness of the immunosensor was demonstrated by the analysis of HFA in saliva with minimal sample treatment.
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    Multiplexed Electrochemical Immunosensors for Clinical Biomarkers
    (MDPI, 2017-04-27) Yáñez Sedeño, Paloma; Campuzano Ruiz, Susana; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    Management and prognosis of disease requires the accurate determination of specific biomarkers indicative of normal or disease-related biological processes or responses to therapy. Moreover since multiple determinations of biomarkers have demonstrated to provide more accurate information than individual determinations to assist the clinician in prognosis and diagnosis, the detection of several clinical biomarkers by using the same analytical device hold enormous potential for early detection and personalized therapy and will simplify the diagnosis providing more information in less time. In this field, electrochemical immunosensors have demonstrated to offer interesting alternatives against conventional strategies due to their simplicity, fast response, low cost, high sensitivity and compatibility with multiplexed determination, microfabrication technology and decentralized determinations, features which made them very attractive for integration in point-of-care (POC) devices. Therefore, in this review, the relevance and current challenges of multiplexed determination of clinical biomarkers are briefly introduced, and an overview of the electrochemical immunosensing platforms developed so far for this purpose is given in order to demonstrate the great potential of these methodologies. After highlighting the main features of the selected examples, the unsolved challenges and future directions in this field are also briefly discussed.
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    A disposable electrochemical immunosensor for the determination of leptin in serum and breast milk
    (RSC, 2013) Ojeda, Irene; Moreno Guzmán, María; González Cortés, Araceli; Yáñez Sedeño, Paloma; Pingarrón Carrazón, José Manuel
    The preparation of a disposable electrochemical immunosensor for the quantification of the hormone leptin is described in this work. The preparation approach involved immobilization of a specific biotinylated anti-leptin antibody on the surface of streptavidin-functionalized magnetic beads (StreptMBs) and a sandwich-type immunoassay involving the target analyte, monoclonal anti-leptin, and IgG labeled with alkaline phosphatase (AP-IgG). The electrochemical transduction step was accomplished by trapping the MBs bearing the immunoconjugates onto screen-printed carbon electrodes (SPCEs) by means of an Nd magnet and measuring the electrochemical oxidation of the 1-naphthol generated in the AP enzyme reaction upon 1-naphthyl phosphate (1-NPP) additions by differential pulse voltammetry (DPV). A calibration plot with a linear range between 5 and 100 pg mL 1 as well as a detection limit of 0.5 pg mL 1 (3sb/m) were achieved. This value is more than 27 times lower than that reported in the only voltammetric immunosensor for leptin described in the literature until now. The usefulness of the immunosensor was demonstrated by analyzing different types of real samples: human serum, infant powdered milk, and breast milk from a nursing mother with two months of breastfeeding.