molecular imprinting


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molecular imprinting

[mə¦lek·yə·lər ′im‚print·iŋ]
(physical chemistry)
A technique for creating receptor structures on a polymer surface that can selectively bind to molecules of interest, molecularly imprinted polymers are used for separations, as catalysts, and in biosensors.
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The lens is loaded with the glaucoma medication, timolol, through molecular imprinting which involves creating cavities within the lens that match the size and shape of a specific compound.
The results show that inorganic-framework molecular imprinting on the surface of CdS/TiO2 can result in existence of specific recognition sites of DEHP, extend and intensify the absorption visible lig ht of CdS/TiO2, inhibit the recombination of the photo-induced electron-holes pairs.
Wulff, "Molecular imprinting in cross-linked materials with the aid of molecular templates-a way towards artificial antibodies," Angewandte Chemie International Edition, vol.
The proposed sensors are composed of three layers: glassy carbon electrode (GCE); graphene (GR) or graphene-Prussia blue (GR-PB); and molecular imprinting polymer (MIP).
In conclusion, the current study demonstrated the design and development of low-cost, reusable, robust, and selective materials using molecular imprinting technique for the sensitive recognition of a crucial protein myoglobin in real samples.
Molecular Imprinting Technology (MIT) has been considered as viable technique to design and develop the molecular approach to recognize the material to able the mimic natural recognition entities, such as biological and antibodies receptors [197-205].
A nanopatterned film has been prepared by molecular imprinting and used in electrophoretic separation.
He said that some of countries imposed ban on such hazard chemicals including DEHP, DBP, DIBP, and BBP generally and particularly in pediatrics neonatal and maternity wards accessories in hospitals and they have started the use of molecular imprinting popular technology for removing phthalates.
International Conference on Molecular Imprinting (8th: 2014: Zhenjiang, China) Edited by Xinhua Yuan
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