Analytical applications of MIPs in diagnostic assays: future perspectives

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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 in the field of molecularly imprinted sorbent assays is discussed—with a focus on work conducted from 2005 to date. [Figure not available: see fulltext.]




Bedwell, T. S., & Whitcombe, M. J. (2016, March 1). Analytical applications of MIPs in diagnostic assays: future perspectives. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. Springer Verlag.

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