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Development and optimization of a fluorescence polarization immunoassay for orbifloxacin in milk

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Abstract:
A novel monoclonal antibody for orbifloxacin (ORB) was produced for the first time and used to develop a homogeneous fluorescence polarization immunoassay (FPIA) for ORB determination in milk. Three coating antigens and six fluorescent tracers were prepared, and evaluated by ELISA and FPIA methods, respectively. Heterogeneous tracer, LOM-BDF, was selected to develop the FPIA, providing high sensitivity and stability. Moreover, a new optimization strategy for tracer and Ab concentration was proposed by integrating Z' factor into checkerboard titration, and Z' factor >0.8 was considered as a prerequisite to ensure the robustness of quantitative FPIA. The optimized FPIA provided a detection limit of 3.9 ng mL-1 and IC50 of 24.5 ng mL-1 with an expected Z' factor of 0.81. Saturated (NH4)2SO4 precipitation was applied for milk sample pre-treatment due to high tolerance to elevated-ionic strength in the FPIA. Mean recoveries of fortified milk ranged from 74.3 to 112% at the adding levels of 10, 20 and 40 ng mL-1. The results indicate that the developed FPIA is efficient and especially suitable for fast screening of ORB in milk.
Author(s):
Tiejun Mi , Xiao Liang , Long Ding , Suxia Zhang , Sergei A. Eremin , Ross C. Beier , Jianzhong Shen , Zhanhui Wang
Subject(s):
antibiotic residues , antigens , detection limit , enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay , fluorescence , food contamination , inhibitory concentration 50 , milk , milk analysis , screening , system optimization , titration , tracer techniques
Note:
USDA Scientist Submission
Source:
Analytical Methods 2014 6 7 v.6 no.11
Language:
English
Year:
2014
Collection:
Journal Articles, USDA Authors, Peer-Reviewed
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