Authors: Illman D
Publication date: 1993
Polymer mimics antibody in drug assay
Chemical & Engineering News
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Abstract: A synthetic alternative to antibodies for use in immunoassays has been devised by researchers at the University of Lund, Sweden. Klaus Mosbach and colleages there use a method called molecular imprinting to create selective recognition sites in polymers that function as well as antibodies in ligand-binding assays for the drugs theophylline and diazepam.
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