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A triazolam-imprinted silica microsphere was prepared by combining a surface molecular-imprinting technique with the sol-gel process. The results illustrate that the triazolam-imprinted silica microspheres provided using γ-aminopropyltriethoxysilane and phenyltrimethoxysilane as monomers exhibited higher selectivity than those provided from(More)
The direct correlation between disease states and protein levels makes the sensitive, convenient, and precise detection of proteins the focus of scientific research. This paper demonstrates a new strategy for producing phosphorescent molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) for specific recognition of a target protein. The technique provides surface graft(More)
This paper demonstrates a new strategy for developing a fluorescent glycosyl-imprinted polymer for pH and temperature regulated sensing of target glycopeptide antibiotic. The technique provides amino modified Mn-doped ZnS QDs as fluorescent supports, 4-vinylphenylbronic acid as a covalent monomer, N-isopropyl acrylamide as a thermo-responsive monomer in(More)
A nanogel combined with a molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP-nanogel) receptor was prepared using the specificity determinant as a template in aqueous media. The artificial receptor can serve as the selective recognition element for angiotensins I and II and a novel way to control hypertension was investigated.
Molecularly imprinted microspheres (MIMs) for the drug diazepam and its main metabolite (nordiazepam) were prepared and used to separate the two species from urine and serum samples via molecularly imprinted solid-phase extraction. The specific binding capacity for diazepam was determined to be 1.97 mg/g, resulting in an imprinting factor of 5.8. The MIMs(More)
This paper demonstrates a novel approach to assembling homogeneous molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) based on mimicking multiple hydrogen bonds between nucleotide bases by preparing acyclovir (ACV) as a template and using coatings grafted on silica supports. (1)H NMR studies confirmed the AAD-DDA (A for acceptor, D for donor) hydrogen-bond array between(More)
α-Amanitin and β-amanitin are the main toxins of mushroom poisoning. The application of traditional non-selective adsorbents is not satisfactory in clinical treatment of amanita mushroom poisoning due to lack of specificity adsorption capability of these adsorbents toward amanitin toxins. In the current work, we introduce a novel molecularly imprinted(More)
In the current study, a new strategy for the extraction of bisphenol A (BPA) from milk has been employed by using surface-imprinted core-shell magnetic beads, prepared by the reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) polymerization. In order to obtain highly selective recognition cavities, an enhanced imprinting method based on binary(More)
Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) were applied as molecular recognition elements to an electrochemical sensor for phenylephrine. A MIPs membrane was created on a glassy carbon electrode. SEM revealed a gradual change on the morphology of modified electrodes as the ratios of function monomer and cross-linking varied. When the ratio was 4:40, the surface(More)
This work demonstrates a simple strategy for producing highly selective adsorption magnetic ion imprinted mesoporous silica (MIIMS) nanocomposites. They have been functionalized by a g-(aminoethylamino) propyl chelating group for specific recognition and rapid removal of toxic heavy metal ions from wastewaters. The superparamagnetic Fe3O4 nanocrystal was(More)