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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Scheller FW, Kleinjung F, Bier FF, Makower A, Neumann B, Wollenberger U, Kurochkin I, Eremenko A, Barmin A, Klussmann S, Furste JP, Erdmann VA, Mansuy D
Publication date: 1998
Chapter title: New recognition elements in biosensing.
Page numbers: 37-45.

Book title: Enzyme Engineering XIV
Editors: Laskin AI, Li GX, Yu YT
Publisher: New York Academy of Sciences
City: New York
ISBN: 1-57331-149-9
Series title: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Volume number: 864

Abstract: The borderline between molecular recognition element (MRE) tools that are biological in nature and synthetic (organic) receptor molecules is no longer well definable; these two classes of recognition elements are merging. This is especially true for enzyme models, polymers imprinted by biomolecules, ionophores (which mimic the function of channels), and (synthetic) oligonucleotides. In this paper, we introduce three new examples of modified recognition elements for biosensing: (i) bienzyme conjugates for quantification of inhibitors of choline esterase; (ii) recognition of L-adenosine by high-affinity oligonucleotides (aptamers); (iii) catalyzed conversion of alkanes by hydroperoxides in the presence of porphyrin complexes

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