Molecular Imprinting Techniques Used for the Preparation of Biosensors
AbstractMolecular imprinting is the technology of creating artificial recognition sites in polymeric matrices which are complementary to the template in their size, shape and spatial arrangement of the functional groups. Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) and their incorporation with various transducer platforms are among the most promising approaches for detection of several analytes. There are a variety of molecular imprinting techniques used for the preparation of biomimetic sensors including bulk imprinting, surface imprinting (soft lithography, template immobilization, grafting, emulsion polymerization) and epitope imprinting. This chapter presents an overview of all of these techniques with examples from particular publications. View Full-Text
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Ertürk, G.; Mattiasson, B. Molecular Imprinting Techniques Used for the Preparation of Biosensors. Sensors 2017, 17, 288.
Ertürk G, Mattiasson B. Molecular Imprinting Techniques Used for the Preparation of Biosensors. Sensors. 2017; 17(2):288.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ertürk, Gizem; Mattiasson, Bo. 2017. "Molecular Imprinting Techniques Used for the Preparation of Biosensors." Sensors 17, no. 2: 288.
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