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- Bedwell, Thomas S., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Trends in biotechnology 2019 v.37 no.3 pp. 294-309
- diagnostic techniques; electrochemistry; explosives; forensic sciences; molecular imprinting; nanotechnology; polymers; receptors
- ... Molecular imprinting is the process of template-induced formation of specific recognition sites in a polymer. Synthetic receptors prepared using molecular imprinting possess a unique combination of properties such as robustness, high affinity, specificity, and low-cost production, which makes them attractive alternatives to natural receptors. Improvements in polymer science and nanotechnology have ...
- Bedwell, Thomas S., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 2016 v.408 no.7 pp. 1735-1751
- antibodies; biomimetic materials; cost effectiveness; molecular imprinting; polymers
- ... Many efforts have been made to produce artificial materials with biomimetic properties for applications in binding assays. Among these efforts, the technique of molecular imprinting has received much attention because of the high selectivity obtainable for molecules of interest, robustness of the produced polymers, simple and short synthesis, and excellent cost efficiency. In this review, progress ...
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