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Makoto Komiyama Molecular Imprinting: From Fundamentals to Applications

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Molecular Imprinting: From Fundamentals to Applications Molecular imprinting, the polymerization of monomers in the presence of a template molecule which imprints structural information into the resulting polymers, is a scientific field which is rapidly gaining significance for a widening range of applications in biotechnology, biochemistry and pharmaceutical research. The methods and tools needed to distinguish target molecules from others by means of tailor-made receptors are constantly growing in importance and complexity. This book gives a concise and highly up-to-date overview of the remarkable progress made in this field in the last five years. The material is comprehensively presented by the authors, giving a thorough insight into fundamentals and applications for researchers in both industry and academy.

Molecular Imprinting: From Fundamentals to Applications, DNA Conjugates and Sensors, The Bioorganic Chemisty of Enzymatic Catalysis
Reactive Molecules The Neutral Reactive Intermediates in Organic Chemistry Curt Wentrup A unique, pedagogically sound text and monograph describing the formation, detection, and chemistry of neutral reactive intermediates (free radicals, diradicals, carbenes, nitrenes, strained rings, and antiaromatics). Starting from first principles, it brings the reader up-to-date on the current state of research on these intermediates. Chapters end with a problems section, with some bearing directly on the main theme of each chapter, and others extending the range of reactions covered. 1984 Enzyme Kinetics Behavior and Analysis of Rapid Equilibrium and Steady-State Enzyme Systems Irwin H. Segel Thorough coverage of enzyme kinetics from its most elementary aspects to steady-state kinetics and isotope exchange. Offers a basic understanding of the behavior of enzyme systems and the diagnostic tools used to characterize enzymes and determine enzyme mechanisms. Explains the basis of coupled enzyme assays, regulation by energy charge, cumulative, concerted, and cooperative feedback inhibition, and metal ion activation. 1975, Applications of nucleic acids have developed recently to provide solutions for biosensors, diagnostic tools and as platforms for the assembly of complex structures. These developments have been possible as their base sequence can be used to assemble precise structures following simple and predictable rules. Self-assembled DNA can then be amplified using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and this ultimately enables the preparation of synthetic nucleic acids. Their use as molecular tools or DNA-conjugates has recently been enhanced by the addition of other groups including enzymes, fluorophores and small molecules. Written by leaders in the field, this volume describes the preparation and application of these DNA-conjugates. Several have been used as sensors (aptamers, riboswitches and nanostructures) based on the ability of nucleic acids to adopt specific structures in the presence of ligands, whilst others link reporter groups such as proteins or fluorophores to RNA or DNA for detection, single molecule studies, and increasing the sensitivity of PCR.The book will interest researchers in areas related to analytical chemistry, chemical biology, medicinal chemistry, molecular pharmacology, and structural and molecular biology., Molecular imprinting, the polymerization of monomers in the presence of a template molecule which imprints structural information into the resulting polymers, is a scientific field which is rapidly gaining significance for a widening range of applications in biotechnology, biochemistry and pharmaceutical research.
The methods and tools needed to distinguish target molecules from others by means of tailor-made receptors are constantly growing in importance and complexity. This book gives a concise and highly up-to-date overview of the remarkable progress made in this field in the last five years.
The material is comprehensively presented by the authors, giving a thorough insight into fundamentals and applications for researchers in both industry and academy.