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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Sallacan N, Zayats M, Bourenko T, Kharitonov AB, Willner I
Article Title: Imprinting of nucleotide and monosaccharide recognition sites in acrylamidephenylboronic acid-acrylamide copolymer membranes associated with electronic transducers.
Publication date: 2002
Journal: Analytical Chemistry
Volume: 74
Issue: (3)
Page numbers: 702-712.
DOI: 10.1021/ac0109873

Abstract: Molecular recognition sites for the nucleotides adenosine 5'- monophosphate (1), guanosine 5'-monophosphate (2), cytosine 5'- monophosphate (3), and uridine 5'-monophosphate (4) are imprinted in an acrylamide-acrylamidephenylboronic acid copolymer (5) membrane. The imprinted membranes are assembled on piezoelectric Au. quartz crystals or Au electrodes via electropolymerization or on the gate surface of an ISFET device by radical polymerization. The imprinted membranes reveal selectivity toward the imprinted nucleotide, and the association of the respective nucleotides with the recognition sites is transduced by the following: (i) microgravimettic, quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) measurements; (ii) Faradaic impedance analyses, and (iii) potentiometric responses of the ISFET devices. While the microgravimetric QCM measurements reflect the swelling of the polymers upon the association of the nucleotides with the recognition sites, the ISFET response is due to the charging of the polymer membrane as a result of the formation of the nucleotide-boronate complex. The selective detection of the nucleotides may lead to new DNA/RNA sequencing methods. Also, specific recognition sites for beta-D(+)glucose (6), D(+)-galactose (7), and beta-D(-)-fructose (8) were imprinted in an acrylamide-actylamidephenylboronic acid copolymer (5) membrane associated with an ISFET device. Selective sensing of the respective monosaccharides is accomplished in the presence of the imprinted membrane- functionalized ISFET devices


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