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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Andersson LI, Nicholls IA, Mosbach K
Publication date: 1996
Chapter title: Molecular Imprinting: The current status and future development of polymer-based recognition systems.
Chapter number: 32
Page numbers: 651-670.
DOI: 10.1016/S1569-2558(08)60144-7 Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B7CTF-4SMFKMJ-14/1/61a2c9fbd0a79549559e14171eadfe0b

Book title: Biochemical Technology, Part B
Editors: Bittar EE, Danielsson B, Bulow L
Publisher: Elsevier
City: Amsterdam
Series title: Advances in Molecular and Cell Biology
Volume number: 15B

Abstract: Molecular imprinting is becoming increasingly recognized as a technique for the ready preparation of polymeric materials containing recognition sites of predetermined speficity. In many instances molecularly imprinted polymers show binding affinities approaching those demonstrated by antigen-antibody systems. The preparation of molecular imprints in synthetic polymers is presented. The experimental parameters affecting the success of imprint formation are discussed. The application of molecular imprinting to chromatography, sensor technology, immunoassay, directed synthesis and enzyme and receptor mimicry is described

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