Recent applications of molecular imprinted polymers for enantio-selective recognition

Title
Recent applications of molecular imprinted polymers for enantio-selective recognition
Authors
정원조
Keywords
Molecular imprinted polymer Review Enantio-selective recognition Recent progress
Issue Date
2013
Publisher
TALANTA
Series/Report no.
TALANTA ; Vol106 Startpage 45 Endpage 59
Abstract
Molecular imprinted polymer (MIP) techniques have been increasingly used in a variety of fields including chromatography, sample pretreatment, purification, sensors, drug delivery, and catalysts, etc. MIP is a specific artificial receptor that shows favored affinity to the template molecule. The cavities of the template are produced by carrying out polymerization of a reaction mixture followed by eliminating the template molecules by washing. Various forms of MIP materials have been prepared for diverse applications including irregularly ground particles, regular spherical particles, nanoparticles, monoliths in a stainless steel or capillary column, open tubular layers in capillaries, membranes, surface attached thin layers, and composites, etc. When an enantiomer is used as the template, then the resulting MIP can show capability of enantiomeric recognition between the pair of enantiomers. In this review, progresses in applications of enantio-selective recognition by MIPs will be critically reviewed for the recent period since 2007.
URI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.talanta.2012.11.049
http://dspace.inha.ac.kr/handle/10505/33172
ISSN
0039-9140
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