Bioimprinting strategies: from soft lithography to biomimetic sensors and beyond.

@article{Mujahid2013BioimprintingSF,
  title={Bioimprinting strategies: from soft lithography to biomimetic sensors and beyond.},
  author={Adnan Mujahid and Naseer Iqbal and Adeel Afzal},
  journal={Biotechnology advances},
  year={2013},
  volume={31 8},
  pages={1435-47}
}
Imprinting is a straightforward, yet a reliable technique to develop dynamic artificial recognition materials-so called as synthetic antibodies. Surface imprinting strategies such as soft lithography allow biological stereotyping of polymers and sol-gel phases to prepare extremely selective receptor layers, which can be combined with suitable transducer systems to develop high performance biomimetic sensors. This article presents an overview of the remarkable technical advancements in the field… CONTINUE READING
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