Synthesis of glycylglycine-imprinted silica microspheres through different water-in-oil emulsion techniques.

@article{Ornelas2013SynthesisOG,
  title={Synthesis of glycylglycine-imprinted silica microspheres through different water-in-oil emulsion techniques.},
  author={Mariana Ornelas and Dianne Loureiro and Maria Jo{\~a}o Ara{\'u}jo and Eduardo Marques and Cristina Dias-Cabral and Manuel A Azenha and Fernando Silva},
  journal={Journal of chromatography. A},
  year={2013},
  volume={1297},
  pages={
          138-45
        }
}
Sol-gel molecularly imprinted materials (MIMs) are traditionally obtained by grinding and sieving of a monolith formed by bulk polymerization. However, this process has several drawbacks that can be overcome if these materials are synthesized directly in the spherical format. This work aimed at the development of two efficient methods to prepare spherical glycylglycine-templated silica ("whole-imprinted" and surface-imprinted) through a combination of sol-gel and emulsion techniques. The… CONTINUE READING

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