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Electrochemical detection of redox molecules secreted by Pseudomonas aeruginosa – Part 1: Electrochemical signatures of different strains

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During infections, fast identification of the microorganisms is critical to improve patient treatment and to better manage antibiotics use. Electrochemistry exhibits several advantages for rapid diagnostic: it enables easy, cheap and in situ analysis of redox molecules in most liquids. In this work, several culture supernatants of different Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains (including PAO1 and its isogenic mutants PAO1ΔpqsA, PA14, PAK and CHA) were analyzed by square wave voltammetry on glassy carbon electrode during the bacterial growth. The obtained voltamograms shown complex traces exhibiting numerous redox peaks with potential repartitions and current amplitudes depending on the studied bacterium and/or growth time. Among them, some peaks were clearly associated to the well-known redox toxin Pyocyanin (PYO) and the autoinducer Pseudomonas Quinolone Signal (PQS). Other peaks were observed that are not yet attributed to known secreted species. Each complex electrochemical response (number of peaks, peak potential and amplitude) can be interpreted as a fingerprint or "ID-card" of the studied strain that may be implemented for fast bacteria strain identification.
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hal-03518178 , version 1 (19-10-2022)

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Julie Oziat, Thibaut Cohu, Sylvie Elsen, Maxime Gougis, George Malliaras, et al.. Electrochemical detection of redox molecules secreted by Pseudomonas aeruginosa – Part 1: Electrochemical signatures of different strains. Bioelectrochemistry, 2021, 140, pp.107747. ⟨10.1016/j.bioelechem.2021.107747⟩. ⟨hal-03518178⟩
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