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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Yang KG, Liu JX, Li SW, Li QR, Wu Q, Zhou Y, Zhao Q, Deng N, Liang Z, Zhang LH, Zhang YK
Article Title: Epitope imprinted polyethersulfone beads by self-assembly for target protein capture from the plasma proteome.
Publication date: 2014
Journal: Chemical Communications
Volume: 50
Issue: (67)
Page numbers: 9521-9524.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC03428G
Alternative URL: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/263814851_Epitope_imprinted_polyethersulfone_beads_by_self-assembly_for_target_protein_capture_from_the_plasma_proteome

Abstract: Polymer self-assembly was developed as an epitope imprinting strategy involving facile processes and high recognition site density. As a model, transferrin epitope imprinted polyethersulfone (PES) beads were successfully fabricated using this technique. The imprinted beads demonstrated excellent selectivity toward the transferrin epitope and transferrin even in the real sample
Template and target information: peptide epitope, protein, transferrin, transferrin epitope


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