Inventors: Shimizu Y
, Matsunaga T
Target molecule recognition polymer and method for producing the same
Publication date: 2007
A mixture of one or more target molecules and functional monomers having functional groups, which are able to interact with the target molecules, is polymerized so as to form a target molecule recognition polymer (MIP) complex to which target molecules are bound, and a functional group which is contained in the MIP complex but is not bound to the target molecule is deactivated. This makes it possible to suppress binding of a non-target molecule that can be bound to the MIP by weak interaction. Thus, it is possible to provide an MIP exhibiting a high selectivity even when high molecular weight molecules like biomolecules are used as the target molecules.
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