Molecular imprinted polymer films on RFID tags: a first step towards disposable packaging sensors

@inproceedings{Croux2013MolecularIP,
  title={Molecular imprinted polymer films on RFID tags: a first step towards disposable packaging sensors},
  author={Dieter Croux and Tim Vangerven and Jeroen Broeders and J. Boutsen and Marloes Peeters and Stijn Duchateau and Thomas Jan Cleij and Wim Deferme and Patrick Wagner and Ronald Thoelen and Ward De Ceuninck},
  year={2013}
}
Molecular imprinted polymer (MIP) sensors offer a high potential in the development of cheap small-scale disposable biomimetic sensors. Molecular imprinting leads to the formation of inert polymer particles with nanocavities, which can exhibit similar selectivity and specificity to target molecules as antibodies or enzymes. These sensors open up many possible applications in the field of mass-market consumer products such as food packaging sensors. One such application is the detection of… CONTINUE READING

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