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Issue 16, 2006
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A fluorescence polarisation molecular imprint sorbent assay for 2,4-D: a non-separation pseudo-immunoassay

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Abstract

The first pseudo-immunoassay which employs a molecularly imprinted receptor and a fluorescent probe, and quantifies the bound analyte directly using the fluorescence anisotropy of the polymer–probe–analyte suspension, is described.

Graphical abstract: A fluorescence polarisation molecular imprint sorbent assay for 2,4-D: a non-separation pseudo-immunoassay

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Submitted
15 Nov 2005
Accepted
06 Mar 2006
First published
13 Mar 2006

Chem. Commun., 2006, 1754-1756
Article type
Communication

A fluorescence polarisation molecular imprint sorbent assay for 2,4-D: a non-separation pseudo-immunoassay

C. E. Hunt, P. Pasetto, R. J. Ansell and K. Haupt, Chem. Commun., 2006, 1754
DOI: 10.1039/B516194K

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