Authors: Ayela C
, Dubourg G
, Pellet C
, Haupt K
All-Organic Microelectromechanical Systems Integrating Specific Molecular Recognition - A New Generation of Chemical Sensors.
Publication date: 2014
Journal: Advanced Materials
Abstract: Cantilever-type all-organic microelectromechanical systems based on molecularly imprinted polymers for specific analyte recognition are used as chemical sensors. They are produced by a simple spray-coating-shadow-masking process. Analyte binding to the cantilever generates a measurable change in its resonance frequency. This allows label-free detection by direct mass sensing of low-molecular-weight analytes at nanomolar concentrations
Template and target information: S-propranolol, propranolol
Author keywords: microelectromechanical systems, Molecularly imprinted polymers, chemical sensors, microfabrication, organic materials
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