Molecular Imprinting: From Fundamentals to Applications
The methods and tools needed to distinguish target molecules from others by means of tailor-made receptors are constantly growing in importance and complexity. This book gives a concise and highly up-to-date overview of the remarkable progress made in this field in the last five years.
The material is comprehensively presented by the authors, giving a thorough insight into fundamentals and applications for researchers in both industry and academy.
Importance of Receptor Molecules in Advanced Science and Technology
Naturally Ocurring Receptors
Receptors for Practical Applications
Why is the Molecular Imprinting Method so Promising?
FUNDAMENTALS OF MOLECULAR IMPRINTING
General Principle of Molecular Imprinting
Covalent Imprinting and Non-covalent Imprinting
Advantages and Disadvantages of Covalent and Non-Covalent Imprinting
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS (I) -
PROCEDURES OF MOLECULAR IMPRINTING
Reagents and Experimental Procedures
"Dummy Molecular Imprinting"
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS (II) -
EVALUATION OF IMPRINTING EFFICIENCY
Batchwise Guest-Binding Experiments
Determination of Guest-Binding Constants
SPECTROSCOPIC ANATOMY OF MOLECULAR IMPRINTING REACTIONS
Structures of Adducts in the Pre-organization Step
Determination of the Binding Constant K for the Formation of Monomer-Template Adduct
Relationship between K Value and Imprinting Efficiency
Structure of the Guest-Binding Site
FLOW-CHART OF A TYPICAL MOLECULAR IMPRINTING
Choice of Agents
Packing of Imprinted Polymers into the HPLC Columns
Quantitative Evaluation of Imprinting Efficiency
APPLICATIONS OF MOLECULARLY IMPRINTED POLYMERS
Molecularly Imprinted Sorbent Assays
Molecularly Imprinted Membranes
Affinity-based Solid-phase Extraction
Molecularly Imprinted Catalysts
RECENT CHALLENGES AND PROGRESS
Molecular Imprinting in Water
Use of Two Kinds of Functional Monomers for Cooperative Recognition
Inorganic Gel as the Matrix for Molecular Imprinting
Artificial Enzyme (Molecular Catalyst) by Molecular Imprinting
Catalytic Antibody Prepared by Using Transition-State Analog
CONCLUSIONS AND PROSPECTS
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine
"...la tercera parte enumera un buen número de aplicaciones...En resumen, la obra es una revisión concisa y didáctica del progreso desarrollado en este campo de la ciencia durante los últimos cinco anos. Por todo ello, el libro aunque desenado inicialmente para graduados, ofrece también un gran interés para los investigadores industriales y con actividad en medois académos.
Revista de Plásticos Modernos
"...written in an easily understandable fashion that requires only a rudimentary knowledge of chemistry. The book is concise but presents many examples and allows the reader to obtain an understanding of this technology and the future implications without considerable time and effort. It is highly recommended for those interested in learning about an emerging technology that has relevance to chemistry (both synthetic and analytical), polymer science and biology as well as libraries covering these areas of science and technology."
"The book is very helpful for advanced-course students and researchers, who want to find an overview in this new methodology and to gain valuable hints for their future work."
Colloid & Polymer Science
"... compact, well-illustrated and excellently written textbook ..."
Cellulose Chemistry and Technology
(ed. by the Romanian Academy)
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