Smart capture phases for bio-analysis and discovery

【Author】

Brje Sellergren;

【Abstract】

<正>A number of analytical methods based on imprinted polymers have been disclosed but sofar only a few can challenge the performance of established affinity based methods relying on antibody or chemoaffinity principles.The role of the MIP is in most cases to enrich(capture-release)or to sense(capture-report)a specific known target(e.g.biomarker)or a class of targets.

【Keywords】

MIPs;Smart capture phases for bio-analysis and discovery;

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  • [1] Urraca Javier L;;Aureliano Carla S A;;Schillinger Eric;;Esselmann Hermann;;Wiltfang Jens;;Sellergren B?rje, Polymeric complements to the Alzheimer's disease biomarker β-amyloid isoforms Aβ1-40 and Aβ1-42 for blood serum analysis under denaturing conditions, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Journal of the American Chemical Society (Journal of the American Chemical Society)
  • [2] Helling, Stefan;;Shinde, Sudhirkumar;;Brosseron, Frederic;;Schnabel, Anke;;Müller, Thorsten;;Meyer, Helmut E.;;Marcus, Katrin;;Sellergren, B?rje, Ultratrace enrichment of tyrosine phosphorylated peptides on an imprinted polymer, Analytical Chemistry, Analytical Biochemistry (Analytical Biochemistry)
  • [3] P.Narayanaswamy,et al, Lipidomic"Deep Profiling":An Enhanced Workflow to Reveal New Molecular Species of Signaling Lipids, Anal.Chem, Analytical Chemistry (Analytical Chemistry)

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