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The basic principles of molecular imprinting are illustrated in the scheme shown in Fig. 1. 1 A schematic representation of the molecular imprinting process. See also Color Insert. Introduction There are essentially two types of molecular imprinting strategies based on covalent and noncovalent interactions during the formation of the prepolymerization complex. For covalent MIPs, the functional monomers are covalently bonded with template molecules to form a well-defined template-monomer complex (prepolymerization complex).
2006), who combined the sol-gel and self-assembly technology to prepare a human serum albumin (HSA)-imprinted thin film on the surface of the piezoelectric quartz crystal Au-electrode modified with thioglycolic acid. By using the piezoelectric quartz crystal impedance and electrochemical impedance techniques, selective rebinding of the template protein to the imprinted surface was demonstrated; however, the binding capacity was affected by many factors, such as salts, solvents, the temperature, and the pH.
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