Selective recognition of veterinary drugs residues by artificial antibodies designed using a computational approach.

@article{Li2009SelectiveRO,
  title={Selective recognition of veterinary drugs residues by artificial antibodies designed using a computational approach.},
  author={Yuqi Li and Xin Li and Ying Li and Cunku Dong and Peng-fei Jin and Jingyao Qi},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2009},
  volume={30 18},
  pages={3205-11}
}
In this work we introduce a simple and inexpensive veterinary drugs residues detection method. Molecular dynamics simulations and computational screening were used to identify functional monomers capable of interacting with sulfadimidine (SM2). A library of 15 kinds of common functional monomers for preparing molecular imprinted polymer (MIP) was built and their interactions with SM2 in acetonitrile were calculated using the molecular dynamics software (GROMACS 3.3). According to the… CONTINUE READING
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