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Developing Trends of the Chiral Drug Separation and Analysis Technology by using Molecular Recognition
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  • Journal title : Clean Technology
  • Volume 22, Issue 2,  2016, pp.75-81
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Clean Technology
  • DOI : 10.7464/ksct.2016.22.2.075
 Title & Authors
Developing Trends of the Chiral Drug Separation and Analysis Technology by using Molecular Recognition
Park, Gyung Hee; Lee, Yo-Han; Chang, Sang Mok; Kim, Woo-Sik; Kim, Jong-Min;
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As the quality of life has improved, the desire for the safety and quality of the foods and drugs has been gradually increasing. For safety and quality management in foods, drugs, health management, agriculture, environmental conservation, and the industrial fields, the demand for quickly and accurately measuring various chemicals has been increasing. As well, the desire for self-diagnosis of one`s own health state and self-examining the safety of environment has been gradually increasing. Optical Isomers can have very different physiological effects on human beings. One isomer can exhibit desirable pharmacological, pharmacodynamic, pharmacokinetic and physiological properties, while the other isomer can exhibit undesirable and toxic properties toward living organisms, especially human beings. And they can exhibit different activities in chemical and biotechnological processes. Although the majority of commercially available drugs are now both synthetic and chiral materials, a most chiral drugs are still marketed as racemic drugs. Thus, to avoid possible undesirable side effects from chiral drugs, more effective methods for separating and recognizing chiral compounds are urgently needed. In this report, we investigated the overall developing trends of the chiral drug separation and analysis technology by using molecular recognition.
Drug;Chiral drug;Molecular recognition;Self recognition;Separation;
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