Wannisa Sukjee

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In this work, we research on explosive detection by using materials specific Molecularly Imprinting Polymer (MIP). Polyacrylamide was imprinted by 2,4-dinitrotoluene (DNT) and 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT) with ethylene glycol dimethacrylate (EGDMA) as a cross-linker. The result showed that DNT and TNT MIPs can recognize the corresponding template on a quartz(More)
Polymers can be synthesized to recognize small molecules. This is achieved by introducing the target molecule during monomer self-assembly, where they can be incorporated during cross-linking polymerization. Following additional pre-processing, the material obtained can then be applied as a sensing layer for these molecules in many applications. The(More)
Antibodies are commonly used in diagnostic routines to identify pathogens. The testing protocols are relatively simple, requiring a certain amount of a specific antibody to detect its corresponding pathogen. Antibody functionality can be mimicked by synthesizing molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs), i.e. polymers that can selectively recognize a given(More)
Normally, antibodies against influenza A have been prepared from viable virus or an engineered strain in certain hosts or cultured media. Two factors concerning antibody production are obvious. The obtaining antibody that is a kind of biomolecule has to be handled carefully, e.g., to be kept in a refrigerator. Furthermore, when the virus strain is highly(More)
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