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Title

Assessment of analytical methods to determine pyrethroids content of bednets

AuthorsCastellarnau, Marc; Ramón-Azcón, Javier ; González-Quinteiro, Yolanda ; López, Jordi F.; Grimalt, Joan O. ; Marco, María Pilar ; Nieuwenhuijsen, M. J.; Picado, Albert
KeywordsBiosensor
Chromatography
Immunoassay
Insecticide extraction
Insecticide quantification
Insecticide treated nets
Issue Date1-Jan-2017
PublisherWiley-Blackwell
CitationTropical Medicine and International Health 22 (1): 41-51 (2017)
AbstractObjective: To present and evaluate simple, cost-effective tests to determine the amount of insecticide on treated materials. Methods: We developed and evaluated a competitive immunoassay on two different platforms: a label-free impedimetric biosensor (EIS biosensor) and a lateral flow. Both approaches were validated by gas chromatography (GC) and ELISA, gold standards for analytical methods and immunoassays, respectively. Finally, commercially available pyrethroid-treated ITN samples were analysed. Different extraction methods were evaluated. Results: Insecticide extraction by direct infusion of the ITN samples with dichloromethane and dioxane showed recovery efficiencies around 100% for insecticide-coated bednets, and >70% for insecticide-incorporated bednets. These results were comparable to those obtained with standard sonication methods. The competitive immunoassay characterisation with ELISA presented a dynamic range between 12 nm and 1.5 μm (coefficient of variation (CV) below 5%), with an IC50 at 138 nm, and a limit of detection (LOD) of 3.2 nm. EIS biosensor had a linear range between 1.7 nm and 61 nm (CV around 14%), with an IC50 at 10.4 nm, and a LOD of 0.6 nm. Finally, the lateral flow approach showed a dynamic range between 150 nm and 1.5 μm, an IC50 at 505 nm and a LOD of 67 nm. Conclusions: ELISA can replace chromatography as an accurate laboratory technique to determine insecticide concentration in bednets. The lateral flow approach developed can be used to estimate ITN insecticide concentration in the field. This new technology, coupled to the new extraction methods, should provide reliable guidelines for ITN use and replacement in the field. © 2016 John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1111/tmi.12794
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/174785
DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/tmi.12794
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