Gaelle Catanante

Gaelle Catanante
Université de Perpignan | UPVD · BAE : Biosensors Analysis Envrinonment

PhD chemistry-biochemistry

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Introduction
Gaelle Catanante currently works at the BAE : Biosensors Analysis Envrinonment, Université de Perpignan. Gaelle does research in Electrochemistry and Biochemistry. Their currents projects deal with the developpement of innovative bioanalytical tools for the assessment of antioxidante capacity and the detection of food toxins.
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September 2016 - May 2017
Université de Perpignan
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  • Professor (Associate)
September 2015 - August 2016
Université de Perpignan
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  • ATER
September 2012 - December 2014
University of Perpignan
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (57)
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This study aimed to devise a nontoxic electrochemical immunosensor to quantitatively determine aflatoxin M1 by chronoamperometry with novel anti-idiotypic nanobody-functionalized screen-printed carbon electrodes (SPCEs). Anti-idiotype nanobodies (AIdnb) were developed to replace the high toxic chemically synthesized antigen. AIdnb was immobilized o...
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Patulin contamination in fruits, vegetables, and their products is considered a serious health risk factor for food safety and human health. Thus, a rapid, simple detection method for patulin is becoming important, which could provide a tool for routine screening and food surveys. The objective of this study was to develop a sensitive aptamer-based...
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Dopamine (DA) is a catecholamine neurotransmitter playing an important role in different biological functions including central nervous, renal, cardiovascular, and hormonal systems. The sensitive and selective detection of this neurotransmitter plays a key role in the early diagnosis of various diseases related to abnormal levels of dopamine. There...
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Cadmium (Cd2+) is one of the most toxic heavy metals causing serious health problems; thus, designing accurate analytical methods for monitoring such pollutants is highly urgent. Herein, we report a label-free electrochemical aptasensor for cadmium detection in water. For this, a nanocomposite combining the advantages of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs),...
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Dopamine (DA) is a catecholamine neurotransmitter playing an important role in different biological functions including central nervous, renal, cardiovascular, and hormonal systems. The sensitive and selective detection of this neurotransmitter plays a key role in the early diagnosis of various diseases related to abnormal levels of dopamine. There...
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In this work, we describe the use of a new truncated aptamer for the determination of ofloxacin (OFL), being a principal quinolone commonly used in both human and animal healthcare. Since the affinity of a 72-mer ssDNA sequence has been previously described without further investigations, this paper demonstrates the first computational prediction o...
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In this study we have developed a new aptasensor for cadmium (Cd2+) detection in water. Gold electrode surface has been chemically modified by electrochemical reduction of diazonium salt (CMA) with carboxylic acid outward from the surface. This was used for amino-modified cadmium aptamer immobilization through carbodiimide reaction. Chemical surfac...
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The socioeconomic, cultural, therapeutic, and nutritional potential of Amazonian fruits has been limited due to the scarce information about its phytochemical profle. The aim of this study was to determine the total phenolic content profles by Folin colorimetric miniaturized assay, the identifcation of phenolic compounds by UHPLC-HRMS, the antioxid...
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A quenching based apta-sensing platform was developed for the detection of Patulin. Three different aptamer sequences were studied to screen the aptamer with the maximum affinity towards Patulin. Carboxyfluorescein (CFL) was used as a fluorescent dye while -COOH functionalized multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) were applied as novel nanoquenchers....
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A method is described for electrochemical oxidation of polymers on the surface of screen-printed electrodes (SPCE). These act as scaffold layers for homogeneous deposition of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs). Hexamethylenediamine (HMDA) and poly(ethylene glycol) were immobilized on the SPCE surface via electrochemical oxidation. AgNPs were then electro...
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This work reports on further development of an optical biosensor for the in vitro detection of mycotoxins (in particular, aflatoxin B1) using a highly sensitive planar waveguide transducer in combination with a highly specific aptamer bioreceptor. This sensor is built on a SiO2–Si3N4–SiO2 optical planar waveguide (OPW) operating as a polarization i...
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A nanocomposite was prepared from carbon nanotubes and MoSe2 (CNT-MoSe2). This nanomaterial quenches the fluorescence of fluorescein-labeled aptamers. When ciprofloxacin (CIP) binds to the aptamer, an aptamer/G-quadruplex complex will be formed and the interaction between labeled aptamer and CNT-MoSe2 nanostructures is weakened. This leads to signi...
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The paper describes the development of an amperometric biosensor using Prussian Blue (PB) modified electrodes containing xanthine oxidase (XOD). The enzyme is immobilized by photo-polymerization into an azide-unit pendant water-soluble photopolymer (PVA-AWP). The parameters of the fabrication of the biosensor, XOD:PVA/AWP ratio, crosslinking irradi...
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Natural sources with high antioxidant capacity represent an interesting potential to prevent or minimize the oxidative stress that causes many chronic diseases. The antioxidant capacity of red fruits (strawberry and cherry) was evaluated by miniaturized spectrophotometric methods 2,2’-azino-bis(3-ethylbenzthiazoline-6-sulfonic acid) (ABTS), 2,2-dip...
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In the present work, an aptasensing platform was developed for the detection of a carcinogenic mycotoxin termed patulin (PAT) using a label-free approach. The detection was mainly based on a specific interaction of an aptamer immobilized on carbon-based electrode. A long linear spacer of carboxy-amine polyethylene glycol chain (PEG) was chemically...
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Herein, we report the design of a novel label-free aptasensor based on ferrocene and silicon nanoparticles (SiNPs) for ultrasensitive detection of aflatoxin M1 (AFM1) in milk. Given that silicon nanomaterials stand out by their high capacitive power, we used them to develop a novel capacitive transduction system based on electrochemical capacitance...
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The proximate compositions, mineral contents, antioxidant capacity and bioactive compounds of 7 native Amazon fruits were chemically evaluated. The majority of the fruits showed high moisture contents (> 63.02%), and ash, total crude protein and total carbohydrate contents in the ranges of 0.22–2.07%, 0.17–2.44% and 7.17–41.71%, respectively. High...
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This work reviews our recent progress in development of novel optical methods of detection of mycotoxins in direct assay with either specific antibodies or aptamers. The main method in this work was the total internal reflection ellipsometry (TIRE) combined with LSPR transducers based on gold nano-structures produced by annealing of thin gold films...
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This work focuses on the development of the novel label-free optical apta-sensors for detection of mycotoxins. A highly sensitive analytical method of total internal reflection ellipsometry (TIRE) combined with Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance (LSPR) phenomenon in nano-structured gold films was exploited here for the first time for detection of...
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Small molecule toxins such as mycotoxins with low molecular weight are the most widely studied biological toxins. These biological toxins are responsible for food poisoning and have the potential to be used as biological warfare agents at the toxic dose. Due to the poisonous nature of mycotoxins, effective analysis techniques for quantifying their...
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The present study represents fabrication of nonstructural antibody (NS1) based immunosensor coupled with bovine serum albumin (BSA) modified screen printed carbon electrodes (SPCE) as transducing substrate for the early diagnosis of dengue virus. The anti-NS1 monoclonal antibody was immobilized on electro grafted BSA surface of working electrode. T...
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The present study was aimed to investigate the direct electrooxidation of bovine serum albumin (BSA) without stabilizer and adsorbent to design antifouling screen printed carbon interface. Herein, a simple strategy revealed good immobilization support for biological molecules, better conducting transducer interface, and above all improved antifouli...
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The current work is a continuation of our research targeted the development of novel optical sensing technologies for detection of mycotoxins. The method of (TIRE) was developed in the last decade as a combination of spectroscopic ellisometry and SPR and was proved to be a highly sensitive analytical tool in bio-sensing particularly attractive for...
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A versatile and cost-effective aptamer-based fluorescence quenching assay is described for the detection of the mycotoxin zearalenone (ZEN). Exfoliated functional graphene oxide (FGO) of high waterdispersibility is adopted as an effective fluorescence quencher of the fluorescence of FAM. Quenching properties of graphite, graphene oxide (GO) and FGO...
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Anti-microbial drugs are widely employed for the treatment and cure of diseases in animals, promotion of animal growth, and feed efficiency. However, the scientific literature has indicated the possible presence of antimicrobial drug residues in animal-derived food, making it one of the key public concerns for food safety. Therefore, it is highly d...
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This chapter provides an insight on different kinds of mycotoxins and methods to determine mycotoxins, with a particular focus on ochratoxin, patulin, aflatoxins, fumonisins, trichothecene, zearalenone and citrinin. Several analytical approaches for the determination of mycotoxins are summarized. The traditional methods such as immunochemical and c...
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In this work, we developed an electrochemical aptasensor by using methylene blue (MB) redox probe labeled aptamer as a signaling fragment and functional graphene oxide (FGO) as the signal-enlarging platform. The role of functionalized graphene oxide was not mere to serve as a covalent immobilization support for aptamer sequences, but its catalytic...
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Lysozyme (Lys) commonly presents in wines and are known to cause toxicological impact on human health. The need of highly sensitive and reliable detection methods are evident in such matrix. In this work, we developed a competitive aptamer based assay for detection of Lys by employing carboxylated magnetic beads as a support to immobilize the targe...
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With the increasing incidence and prevalence of antibiotic contamination in animal-derived food and drug resistance around the world, early and specific detection of antibiotic residues has garnered significant attention. Herein, for the first time, we devise a facile, label free and portable aptasensor for quantitative determination of Kanamycin (...
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Various methodologies have been reported in the literature for the qualitative and quantitative monitoring of mycotoxins in food and feed samples. Based on their enhanced specificity, selectivity and versatility, bio-affinity assays have inspired many researchers to develop sensors by exploring bio-recognition phenomena. However, a significant prob...
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Thin films of organic moiety functionalized carbon nanotubes (CNTs) from a very well-dispersed aqueous solution were designed on a screen printed transducer surface through a single step directed assembly methodology. Very high density of CNTs was obtained on the screen printed electrode surface, with the formation of a thin and uniform layer on tr...
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The concept of DNA based stabilization of nanostructures to enhance the surface reactivity has been focus of great interest in the design of colorimetric aptaswitches. Whereas, colorimetric methodologies have limited sensitivity, this concept is rarely considered for other sensing approaches such as those based on the fluorescence detection. In thi...
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Electrochemical immunosensors are affinity ligand based biosesnors based on solid state devices in which immunochemical reactions are coupled to a transducer surface to generate the output electrochemical signal. The concept of immunosensor methodology is similar to conventional ELISA based immunoassays; however, in contrast to immunoassays, modern...
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Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) is the most prevalent and toxic contaminant for human beings and animals among all the aflatoxins (AFs). Additionally, AFB1 is documented as a highly carcinogenic and mutagenic contaminant in the literature. Therefore, it is of vital importance to monitor AFB1 contamination to reduce its health associated risks. In the present w...
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The present article describes a portable and low cost fluorescence set-up designed and characterized for in-situ screening of Ochratoxin A (OTA) in cocoa samples at field settings. The sensing module (the set up) consists of a LED with the wavelength of 370-380 nm and a color complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) micro-camera inbuilt at up...
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In this study, a simple TAMRA (tetramethyl-6-carboxyrhodamine) quenching based aptasenisng platform was designed for the detection of aflatoxin B1 (AFB1). Herein, we compared the analytical performance of two aptamer sequences (seqA & seqB). The AFB1 detection was based on the interactions of FAM (carboxyfluorescein) labelled aptamer with TAMRA lab...
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In this work, we propose for the first time a sensitive Ochratoxin A (OTA) detection in cocoa beans using competitive aptasensor by differential pulse voltammetry (DPV). In the proposed method, biotin labeled and free OTA competed to bind with immobilized aptamer onto the surface of a screen printed carbon electrode (SPCE), and percentage binding w...
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Cocoa is an important ingredient for the chocolate industry and for many food products. However, it is prone to contamination by ochratoxin A (OTA), which is highly toxic and potentially carcinogenic to humans. In this work, four different extraction methods were tested and compared based on their recoveries. The best protocol was established which...
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We demonstrate for the first time, the development of titanium dioxide nanoparticles (TiO₂) quenching based aptasensing platform for detection of target molecules. TiO₂ quench the fluorescence of FAM-labeled aptamer (fluorescein labeled aptamer) upon the non-covalent adsorption of fluorescent labeled aptamer on TiO₂ surface. When OTA interacts with...
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The presented work reports a generic fluorescent aptasensing design employing carboxy-modified fluorescent particles as a signal-generating probe and magnetic particles as a solid separation support. Carboxy-modified fluorescent particles were used to modify the aptamer and act as a signal-generating probe. Magnetic beads were used as an immobiliza...
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The last decade has witnessed an intensive research effort in the field of electrochemical sensors, with a particular focus on the design of amperometric biosensors for diverse analytical applications. In this context, nanomaterial integration in the construction of amperometric biosensors may constitute one of the most exciting approaches. The att...
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A novel electrochemical microcystin-LR (MC-LR) biosensor based on the inhibition of recombinant protein phosphate type 1 (PP1α) is reported in this work. The use of innovative recombinant enzyme led to investigate new commercially available substrate, electrochemically active after their dephosphorylation by PP1α. Only two of selected substrates, 1...
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This review summarises the main electrochemical sensors and biosensors developed for assessing the reactive oxygen (ROS) and nitrogen (RNS) species of interest in clinical and physiological analysis. Among these species, a special attention is focused on sensors for the detection of the highly reactive superoxide radicals O2.−, the very stable hydr...
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Diarrheic Shellfish Poisoning (DSP) is a gastrointestinal illness caused by consumption of shellfish contaminated with DSP toxins such as okadaic acid (OA) and dinophysistoxins (DTX). The occurrences of OA in bivalves induce not only public health problems but also economic damages to shellfish farming. Consequently, the development of fast, reliab...
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A colorimetric protein phosphatase (PP) inhibition test for the detection of microcystin-LR (MC-LR) has been developed. Three PP2As, one recombinant and two natural versions, as well as one PP1 produced by molecular engineering, were tested. First, assays were performed using the enzymes in solution to compare their sensitivity to MC-LR. The PP2A p...
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Okadaic acid (OA), responsible for gastrointestinal problems, inhibits protein phosphatase 2A (PP2A). Therefore, the inhibition exerted by the toxin on PP2A could be used to detect the presence of OA in aqueous solution and in shellfish sample. In this work, two commercial PP2As (from ZEU Immunotec and Millipore) and one produced by molecular engin...
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This article describes an original strategy to enable solid-phase oligodeoxyribonucleotide (ODN) synthesis on nanosized silica particles. It consists of the reversible immobilization of silica nanoparticles (NPs) on micrometric silica beads. The resulting assemblies, called nano-on-micro (NOM) systems, are well adapted to ODN synthesis in an automa...

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