Authors: Schirhagl R
, Podlipna D
, Lieberzeit PA
, Dickert FL
Comparing biomimetic and biological receptors for insulin sensing.
Publication date: 2010
Journal: Chemical Communications
Abstract: Biological information such as recognition abilities of antibodies can be transferred to man-made systems by imprinting. For instance, sensor layers with insulin-selective cavities yield similar selectivity and sensitivity as IgG. True artificial antibodies are achieved by synthesizing polymer copies retaining the original binding properties of anti-insulin IgG via two-step imprinting.
Template and target information: anti-insulin IgG, anti-insulin antibodies, insulin, peptide
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