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Functional Patternings Fabricated using Molecularly Imprinted Polymer; Molecular Recognitions for Chemical Detection

  • Kyung Choi (a1)
Abstract

We present functional patterns fabricated using functional polymers. The functional polymer is MIP (molecularly imprinted polymer) system, which can be produced through “molecular imprinting” to create “synthetic receptor or binding sites” for bio/chemical detection technology. Those binding sites have specific molecular recognition functions for targeting organic or bio molecules. MIP's patterns in the micro-scale were fabricated for chemical sensors, diagonostic bio-sensors, and for drug delivery systems. We also obtained homogeneous MIP's micro-particles, which have high affinity receptor sites only using a microfluidic reactor.

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