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Reference type: Journal
Authors: He YP, Jin Y, Chen D, Xing SG, Wang YF, Xue Q, Qi XH, Zou MQ
Article Title: Application of Artificial Antibody in Enzyme-Linked Assay for Food Safety Detection.
Publication date: 2017
Journal: Food Science
Volume: 38
Issue: (23)
Page numbers: 313-317.
DOI: 10.7506/spkx1002-6630-201723049
Alternative URL: http://www.spkx.net.cn/EN/abstract/abstract43281.shtml

Abstract: Generalized artificial antibodies include aptamers, recombinant receptors, molecularly imprinted polymers and polypeptides. Artificial antibodies are significantly advantageous over conventional antibodies in terms of their ease of industrial production, low cost, ease of storage and reutilizability. In food safety detection, the most widely used technique is enzyme-linked assay based on artificial antibody. This paper reviews the benefits and drawbacks of applying aptamers, receptor, molecularly imprinted polymers and polypeptides in enzyme-linked assay, as well as the prospect of artificial antibody in enzyme-linked assay for food safety detection.
Template and target information: Review - artificial antibodies in enzyme-linked assays
Author keywords: aptamer, recombinant receptor, molecularly imprinted polymer, polypeptide, artificial antibody, Enzyme-linked assay, food safety detection

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