Authors: Wulff G
, Chong BO
, Kolb U
Soluble single-molecule nanogels of controlled structure as a matrix for efficient artificial enzymes.
Publication date: 2006
Journal: Angewandte Chemie International Edition
Abstract: Copy cats! Soluble single-molecule nanogels (see STEM micrograph; scalebar=20 nm) with a densely packed structure are prepared by a new method, and for the first time efficient molecular imprinting is possible. These nanogels with defined molecular weights of, for example, 40,000 Da, low polydispersities, and on average one active site per particle proved to be catalytically active enzyme mimics.
Template and target information: diphenyl phosphate, diphenyl carbonate
Author keywords: enzyme models, Homogeneous catalysis, molecular imprinting, Nanogels, reaction kinetics
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