Compositions and methods for detection of small molecules using dyes derivatized with analyte responsive receptors in a chemiluminescent assay

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2015-08-25

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Eric V. Anslyn
Robert E. Hanes, Jr.
Damon Vincent Borich
Himali Hewage
Ronald Houk
Jason A. Neeser

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United States Patent and Trademark Office

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Compositions, methods, and systems for detecting small molecules using chemiluminescent signaling assay technology are provided. One system provided herein comprises a chromophore; an oxalate ester, a peroxide, and a modulating agent, wherein the modulating agent will perturb a chemiluminescent signal generated by an interaction among the chromophore, the oxalate ester, and a peroxide; and the perturbation will occur in response to an analyte. One method provided herein comprises combining a chromophore, an oxalate ester, a peroxide, and a modulating agent, wherein: the modulating agent will perturb a chemiluminescent signal generate by an interaction among the chromophore, the oxalate ester, and a peroxide; and the perturbation will occur in response to an analyte. Another method provides a colorimetric or fluorometric signal response in the presence of an analyte.

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