Authors: He YH
, Gao ZX
, Chao FH
The progress of the study on molecular imprinting-based biomimetic sensors.
Publication date: 2004
Journal: Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry
Alternative URL: http://journal.9med.net/upload/pdf/132/1417/85803_2193.pdf
Abstract: Molecular imprinting technique (MIT) is an emerging chemical polymerization technique for the preparation of molecularly imprinted polymers( MIPs) possessing selective recognition properties. One of the important applications of MIPs is substitute for the biological molecules in biosensors as recognition elements, and develop a kind of stabilizing, lasting and inexpensive biomimetic sensors. The principle of MIT and some applications of it in biomimetic sensors are reviewed in this paper, and the trend of the molecular imprinting-based biomimetic sensors is also discussed. 24 references are cited
Template and target information: Review - MIPs in sensors
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