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Default Quantification of fractional and absolute functionalization of gelatin hydrogels by optimized ninhydrin assay and 1H NMR.

Quantification of fractional and absolute functionalization of gelatin hydrogels by optimized ninhydrin assay and 1H NMR.

Related Articles Quantification of fractional and absolute functionalization of gelatin hydrogels by optimized ninhydrin assay and 1H NMR.

Anal Bioanal Chem. 2020 Jul 03;:

Authors: Zatorski JM, Montalbine AN, Ortiz-Cárdenas JE, Pompano RR

Abstract
3D cell culture in protein-based hydrogels often begins with chemical functionalization of proteins with cross-linking agents such as methacryloyl or norbornene. An important and variable characteristic of these materials is the degree of functionalization (DoF), which controls the reactivity of the protein for cross-linking and therefore impacts the mechanical properties and stability of the hydrogel. Although 1H NMR has emerged as the most accurate technique for quantifying absolute DoF of chemically modified proteins, colorimetric techniques still dominate in actual use and may be more useful for quantifying fractional or percent DoF. In this work, we sought to develop an optimized colorimetric assay for DoF of common gelatin-based biomaterials and validate it versus NMR; along the way, we developed a set of best practices for both methods and considerations for their most appropriate use. First, the amine-reactive ninhydrin assay was optimized in terms of solvent properties, temperature, ninhydrin concentration, and range of gelatin standards. The optimized assay produced a linear response to protein concentration in a convenient, 96-well plate format and yielded a fractional DoF similar to NMR in most cases. In comparing with NMR, we identified that DoF can be expressed as fractional or absolute, and that fractional DoF can be inaccurate if the amino acid content of the parent protein is not properly accounted for. In summary, the fractional DoF of methacryloyl- and norbornene-functionalized gelatins was quantified by an optimized colorimetric ninhydrin assay and orthogonally by 1H NMR. These methods will be valuable for quality control analysis of protein-based hydrogels and 3D cell culture biomaterials. Graphical abstract.


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