Biomedical Nanosensors, 1st Edition by Joseph M. Irudayaraj
By Joseph M. Irudayaraj
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First, their unique mild aqueous preparation conditions favor the retention of the imprinted protein structure and biological properties inside the polymer matrix. Second, the rigid property of the sol-gel cross-linking network is favorable for retaining the shape of the cavities after the removal of the templates. In addition, sol-gel glasses are optically transparent and electro-, photo-, and chemically stable, the thickness, porosity, and surface area of the material are easily controlled and selectivity and diffusion are comparable and often better than acrylic polymer-based imprinted materials (Lahav, Kharitonov et al.