Surface Plasmon Resonance Studies on Molecular Imprinting
AbstractThe molecular imprinted polymer (MIP) members were fabricated with the print molecule L-phenylalanine ethyl ester. The elution and adsorption procedures were investigated by surface plasmon resonance in situ. The changes of refractive angle during elution procedure suggest that the MIP is prepared on the base of the non-covalent interactions. This MIP member sensor can achieve enantioselective recognition.
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Li, P.; Huang, Y.; Hu, J.; Yuan, C.; Lin, B. Surface Plasmon Resonance Studies on Molecular Imprinting. Sensors 2002, 2, 35-40.
Li P, Huang Y, Hu J, Yuan C, Lin B. Surface Plasmon Resonance Studies on Molecular Imprinting. Sensors. 2002; 2(1):35-40.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Ping; Huang, Yan; Hu, Junze; Yuan, Chunwei; Lin, Baoping. 2002. "Surface Plasmon Resonance Studies on Molecular Imprinting." Sensors 2, no. 1: 35-40.