Inventors: Glad M
, Kempe M
, Mosbach K
Selective affinity material, preparation thereof by molecular imprinting, and use of the same
Publication date: 2006
A selective adsorption material made by the process comprising: a) non-cavalently or reversibly-covalently binding a print molecule to at least two styrene, acrylate or silica monomers, each of which monomers brinds to said print molecule by means of a different functional group; b) immobilizing said bound monomers by being polymerized to each other in the presence of an effective amount of cross-linker; and c) removing said print molecule from said polymer by extraction to leave a cavity in said polymer which is stereo-tailored to a biological molecule of interest; and wherein said print molecule is the biological molecule of interest.
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