Inventors: Glad M
, Kempe M
, Mosbach K
Selective affinity material, preparation thereof by molecular imprinting, and use of the same
Publication date: 1993
A selective adsorption material, especially suitable for adsorption of biological macromolecules, is described. The adsorption material comprises a matrix with immobilised ligands, localised to selectively adsorb a predetermined molecule. A process for preparing a selective adsorption material, especially suitable for adsorption of biological macromolecules, is also described. The process is characterised in that a print molecule having at least two separate binding sites is bonded to the corresponding, at least two immobilisable ligands, the ligands are immobilised, and subsequently the print molecule is removed. The selective adsorption material can be used for purification or analysis, especially of biological macromolecules.
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