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Inventors: Ugajin H, Kawaguchi H, Ueno N
Patent Title: Molecule recognizing material and process for producing the molecule recognizing material
Publication date: 2009
Publication number: WO/2009/028661

Abstract: This invention provides a novel molecule recognizing material, which can realize shape control and can realize excellent selectivity and capture efficiency of a template molecule, and a simple process for producing the molecule recognizing material. The molecule recognizing material is characterized in that it is a core-shell particle comprising a shell layer provided on the surface of a core particle and a template molecule is imprinted on the shell layer. The production process of the molecule recognizing material is characterized by comprising the following steps: (a) the step of introducing an iniferter group into the surface of a core particle, (b) the step of, after step (a), adsorbing a template molecule onto the surface of the core particle, (c) the step of, after step (b), forming a shell layer onto the surface of the core particle.
URL: http://v3.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/biblio?adjacent=true&KC=A1&date=20090305&NR=2009028661A1&DB=EPODOC&locale=en_GB&CC=WO&FT=D

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