Molecular imprinting: status artis et quo vadere?

Klaus Mosbach, Karsten Haupt, Xiao-Chan Liu, Peter Cormack, Olof Ramström

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Abstract

The technique of molecular imprinting allows the formation of specific recognition and catalytic sites in macromolecules via the use of templates. Molecularly imprinted polymers have been applied in an increasing number of applications where molecular binding events are of interest. These include: i) the use of molecularly imprinted polymers as tailor-made separation materials; ii) antibody and receptor binding site mimics in recognition and assay systems; iii) enzyme mimics for catalytic applications; and iv) recognition elements in biosensors. The stability and low cost of molecularly imprinted polymers make them advantageous for use in analysis as well as in industrial scale production and application.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationMolecular and Ionic Recognition with Imprinted Polymers
Pages29-48
Number of pages20
Volume703
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 May 1998

Publication series

NameACS Symposium Series
PublisherACS
Volume703

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Polymers
Macromolecules
Biosensors
Assays
Binding Sites
Antibodies
Enzymes
Costs

Keywords

  • molecular imprinting
  • macromolecules

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Mosbach, K., Haupt, K., Liu, X-C., Cormack, P., & Ramström, O. (1998). Molecular imprinting: status artis et quo vadere? In Molecular and Ionic Recognition with Imprinted Polymers (Vol. 703, pp. 29-48). (ACS Symposium Series; Vol. 703). https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-1998-0703.ch003
Mosbach, Klaus ; Haupt, Karsten ; Liu, Xiao-Chan ; Cormack, Peter ; Ramström, Olof. / Molecular imprinting : status artis et quo vadere?. Molecular and Ionic Recognition with Imprinted Polymers. Vol. 703 1998. pp. 29-48 (ACS Symposium Series).
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Molecular imprinting : status artis et quo vadere? / Mosbach, Klaus; Haupt, Karsten; Liu, Xiao-Chan; Cormack, Peter; Ramström, Olof.

Molecular and Ionic Recognition with Imprinted Polymers. Vol. 703 1998. p. 29-48 (ACS Symposium Series; Vol. 703).

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Mosbach K, Haupt K, Liu X-C, Cormack P, Ramström O. Molecular imprinting: status artis et quo vadere? In Molecular and Ionic Recognition with Imprinted Polymers. Vol. 703. 1998. p. 29-48. (ACS Symposium Series). https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-1998-0703.ch003