Inventors: Domb AJ
Preparation of biologically active molecules by molecular imprinting
Publication date: 1997
A method for preparing mimics of a wide variety of drugs and other biologically active molecules using molecular imprinting techniques, and the mimics produced thereby, is disclosed. Specifically, the mimic is designed by: (i) polymerization of functional monomers around a known drug or biologically active molecule (the template) that exhibits a desired activity; (ii) removal of the template molecule; and then (iii) polymerization of a second class of monomers in the void left by the template, to provide a new organic molecule which exhibits one or more desired properties which are similar to that of the template.
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