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標題: 利用生物功能化奈米粒子快速偵測結核桿菌
Rapid detection of mycobacteria using biofunctionalized nanoparticles and flow cytometry
作者: 邱天安
Chiu, Tien-An
關鍵字: quantum dot;量子粒;mycobacteria;flow cytometry;結核桿菌;流式細胞儀
出版社: 環境工程學系所
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Mycobacterium immunogenum 為結核桿菌屬之一種,近來被發現是會引起過敏性肺炎的機會性致病菌,且類似菌種被發現存在於游泳池、飲用水配水系統、溫泉浴場(SPA)、金屬切削液製程等。
本研究採用超音波震盪分散之前處理,並藉由流式細胞儀、生物功能化量子粒(Biofunctionalized quantum dot),以快速偵測結核桿菌,檢測時間約三小時比傳統耗時4 ~ 6天的培養方法縮短約96 ~ 97%。從實驗結果中,可以發現利用流式細胞儀配合生物功能化量子粒,可有效降低螢光干擾及維持較高之專一性,應用於結核桿菌的鑑別是確實可行的。此研究利用隨機性抗體結合方式,比較改良式免疫螢光法與生物功能化量子粒之標定率及專一性。本研究方法除可應用於結核桿菌檢測之外,也可應用於其他容易聚集及形成生物膜的微生物之快速偵測。

After Dr. Robert Koch found mycobacteria in 19th century, the world started to pay attention of this bacterial species. Environmental mycobacteria are common in all natural ecosystems, including water, soils, foods, dusts, and aerosols. In 1995, there were three million and five hundred thousand people died because of tuberculosis. It is also the top 12th death cause in Taiwan. Mycobacteria are the most likely causative agents for human pulmonary disease in metalworkers and have been found in drinking water distribution systems, water damaged buildings, SPAs or swimming pools, cooling tower, and metalworking fluids. From an environmental health perspective, it is imperative to accurately identify and quantify mycobacteria in environmental samples. However, they are slow growing and traditional culturing methods usually take days to weeks for identification and quantification. Therefore, they are easily underestimated or neglected. Furthermore, due to their aggregate-forming characteristics in environmental samples, without proper pretreatment, accurate and consistent identification and enumeration is impossible. If they are in complex matrices, such as metalworking fluids or sediments, direct optical detection is severely hindered. In this study, by employing probe sonication, flow cytometry and biofunctionalized quantum dots, labeling efficiency and specificity between a modified immunofluorescence method and a biofunctionalized quantum dot method were compared. By using biofunctionalized quantum dot, the turn-around time has been shortened more than 95%. These results strongly suggested that coupling flow cytometry with biofunctionalized quantum dots is a feasible method on rapid detection, identification, and quantification of mycobacteria and other aggregate forming bacteria in complex matrices.
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