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Authors: Ding SC, Li ZL, Cheng Y, Du CB, Gao JF, Zhang YW, Zhang N, Li ZT, Chang NH, Hu XL
Article Title: Enhancing adsorption capacity while maintaining specific recognition performance of mesoporous silica: a novel imprinting strategy with amphiphilic ionic liquid as surfactant.
Publication date: 2018
Journal: Nanotechnology
Volume: 29
Issue: (37)
Page numbers: ArticleNo375604.
Alternative URL: http://stacks.iop.org/0957-4484/29/i=37/a=375604

Abstract: In order to facilitate the broad applications of molecular recognition materials in biomedical areas, it is critical to enhance their adsorption capacity while maintaining their excellent recognition performance. In this work, we designed and synthesized well-defined peptide-imprinted mesoporous silica (PIMS) for specific recognition of an immunostimulating hexapeptide from human casein (IHHC) by using amphiphilic ionic liquid as the surfactant to anchor IHHC via a combination of one-step sol-gel method and docking oriented imprinting approach. Thereinto, theoretical calculation was employed to reveal the multiple binding interactions and dual-template configuration between amphiphilic ionic liquid and IHHC. The fabricated PIMS was characterized and an in-depth analysis of specific recognition mechanism was conducted. Results revealed that both adsorption and recognition capabilities of PIMS far exceeded that of the NIMS's. More significantly, the PIMS exhibited a superior binding capacity (60.5 mg g-1 ), which could increase 18.9% than the previous work. The corresponding imprinting factor and selectivity coefficient could reach up to 4.51 and 3.30, respectively. The PIMS also possessed lickety-split kinetic binding for IHHC, where the equilibrium time was only 10 min. All of these merits were due to the high surface area and the synergistic effect of multiple interactions (including hydrogen bonding, π - π stacking, ion-ion electrostatic interactions and van der Waals interactions, etc) between PIMS and IHHC in imprinted sites. The present work suggests the potential application of PIMS for large-scale and high-effective separation of IHHC, which may lead to their broad applications in drug/gene deliver, biosensors, catalyst and so on
Template and target information: peptide, immunostimulating hexapeptide from human casein, IHHC


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