As an electrochemical technique offering an optical readout, electrochemiluminescence (ECL) evolved recently into a powerful microscopy technique with the visualization of a wide range of microscopic entities. However, the dynamic imaging of transient ECL events did not receive intensive attention due to the limited number of electrogenerated photons. Here, the reaction kinetics of the model ECL bioassay system was revealed by dynamic imaging of single [Ru(bpy)(3)](2+)-functionalized beads in the presence of the efficient tripropylamine coreactant. The time profile behavior of ECL emission, the variations of the ECL layer thickness, and the position of maximum ECL intensity over time were investigated, which were not achieved by static imaging in previous studies. Moreover, the dynamics of the ECL emission were confronted with the simulation. The reported dynamic ECL imaging allows the investigation of the ECL kinetics and mechanisms operating in bioassays and cell microscopy.

Dynamic Mapping of Electrochemiluminescence Reactivity in Space: Application to Bead-Based Assays / Han D.; Fang D.; Valenti G.; Paolucci F.; Kanoufi F.; Jiang D.; Sojic N.. - In: ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 1520-6882. - ELETTRONICO. - 95:42(2023), pp. 15700-15706. [10.1021/acs.analchem.3c02960]

Dynamic Mapping of Electrochemiluminescence Reactivity in Space: Application to Bead-Based Assays

Valenti G.;Paolucci F.;
2023

Abstract

As an electrochemical technique offering an optical readout, electrochemiluminescence (ECL) evolved recently into a powerful microscopy technique with the visualization of a wide range of microscopic entities. However, the dynamic imaging of transient ECL events did not receive intensive attention due to the limited number of electrogenerated photons. Here, the reaction kinetics of the model ECL bioassay system was revealed by dynamic imaging of single [Ru(bpy)(3)](2+)-functionalized beads in the presence of the efficient tripropylamine coreactant. The time profile behavior of ECL emission, the variations of the ECL layer thickness, and the position of maximum ECL intensity over time were investigated, which were not achieved by static imaging in previous studies. Moreover, the dynamics of the ECL emission were confronted with the simulation. The reported dynamic ECL imaging allows the investigation of the ECL kinetics and mechanisms operating in bioassays and cell microscopy.
2023
Dynamic Mapping of Electrochemiluminescence Reactivity in Space: Application to Bead-Based Assays / Han D.; Fang D.; Valenti G.; Paolucci F.; Kanoufi F.; Jiang D.; Sojic N.. - In: ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 1520-6882. - ELETTRONICO. - 95:42(2023), pp. 15700-15706. [10.1021/acs.analchem.3c02960]
Han D.; Fang D.; Valenti G.; Paolucci F.; Kanoufi F.; Jiang D.; Sojic N.
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