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2017
YinD.Y.LiX.L.MaY.Y.LiuZ.
Targeted cancer imaging and photothermal therapy via monosaccharide-imprinted gold nanorods
Chemical Communications53 (50), 6716-6719.
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC02247F

 

2017
ShanX.L.YamauchiT.YamamotoY.NiyomdechaS.IshikiK.LeD.Q.ShiigiH.NagaokaT.
Spontaneous and specific binding of enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli to overoxidized polypyrrole-coated microspheres
Chemical Communications53 (27), 3890-3893.
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC00244K

 

2017
PiletskyS.S.RabinowiczS.YangZ.ZagarC.PiletskaE.V.GuerreiroA.PiletskyS.A.
Development of molecularly imprinted polymers specific for blood antigens for application in antibody-free blood typing
Chemical Communications53 (11), 1793-1796.
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC08716G

 

2017
PengS.WangY.H.LiN.LiC.
Enhanced cellular uptake and tumor penetration of nanoparticles by imprinting the "hidden" part of membrane receptors for targeted drug delivery
Chemical Communications53 (81), 11114-11117.
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC05894B

 

2017
KuboT.FurutaH.NaitoT.SanoT.OtsukaK.
Selective adsorption of carbohydrates and glycoproteins via molecularly imprinted hydrogels: application to visible detection by a boronic acid monomer
Chemical Communications53 (53), 7290-7293.
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC02310C

 

2017
DaiY.L.KanX.W.
From non-electroactive to electroactive species: highly selective and sensitive detection based on a dual-template molecularly imprinted polymer electrochemical sensor
Chemical Communications53 (86), 11755-11758.
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC06329F

 

2017
BoitardC.RolletA.L.MenagerC.GriffeteN.
Surface-initiated synthesis of bulk-imprinted magnetic polymers for protein recognition
Chemical Communications53 (63), 8846-8849.
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC04284A

 

2017
BhaktaS.DixitC.K.BistI.MachariaJ.ShenM.KadimisettyK.HeJ.K.DuttaB.SuibS.L.RuslingJ.F.
Albumin removal from human serum using surface nanopockets on silica-coated magnetic nanoparticles
Chemical Communications53 (66), 9254-9257.
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC03412A

 

2017
BaoH.YangB.ZhangX.W.LeiL.C.LiZ.J.
Bacteria-templated fabrication of a charge heterogeneous polymeric interface for highly specific bacterial recognition
Chemical Communications53 (15), 2319-2322.
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC09242J

 

2016
ZhangW.KangJ.Q.LiP.LiuL.WangH.TangB.
Two-photon fluorescence imaging of sialylated glycans in vivo based on a sialic acid imprinted conjugated polymer nanoprobe
Chemical Communications52 (97), 13991-13994.
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC08211D

 

2016
WangH.XuQ.H.ShangL.R.WangJ.RongF.GuZ.Z.ZhaoY.J.
Boronate affinity molecularly imprinted inverse opal particles for multiple label-free bioassays
Chemical Communications52 (16), 3296-3299.
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC09371F

 

2016
LiQ.J.KamraT.YeL.
A modular approach for assembling turn-on fluorescence sensors using molecularly imprinted nanoparticles
Chemical Communications52 (82), 12237-12240.
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC06628C

 

2016
LeeM.H.ThomasJ.L.ChenJ.Z.JanJ.S.LinH.Y.
Activation of tumor suppressor p53 gene expression by magnetic thymine-imprinted chitosan nanoparticles
Chemical Communications52 (10), 2137-2140.
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC09896C

 

2016
GaetaM.OliveriI.P.FragalaM.E.FaillaS.D'ursoA.Di BellaS.PurrelloR.
Chirality of self-assembled achiral porphyrins induced by chiral Zn(II) Schiff-base complexes and maintained after spontaneous dissociation of the templates: a new case of chiral memory
Chemical Communications52 (55), 8518-8521.
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC04018G

 

2015
YinD.Y.WangS.S.HeY.J.LiuJ.ZhouM.OuyangJ.LiuB.R.ChenH.Y.LiuZ.
Surface-enhanced Raman scattering imaging of cancer cells and tissues via sialic acid-imprinted nanotags
Chemical Communications51 (100), 17696-17699.
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC05174F

 

2015
YangF.F.LinS.DongX.C.
An artificial receptor synthesized by surface-confined imprinting for the recognition of acetylation on histone H4 K16
Chemical Communications51 (36), 7673-7676.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC09787D

 

2015
XuS.F.LuH.Z.
Ratiometric fluorescence and mesoporous structure dual signal amplification for sensitive and selective detection of TNT based on MIP@QD fluorescence sensors
Chemical Communications51 (15), 3200-3203.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC09766A

 

2015
WangS.K.ChengC.M.
Glycan-based diagnostic devices: current progresschallenges and perspectives
Chemical Communications51 (94), 16750-16762.
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC06876B

 

2015
WanW.HanQ.ZhangX.Q.XieY.M.SunJ.P.DingM.Y.
Selective enrichment of proteins for MALDI-TOF MS analysis based on molecular imprinting
Chemical Communications51 (17), 3541-3544.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC10205C

 

2015
SykoraS.CumboA.BelliotG.PothierP.ArnalC.DudalY.CorviniP.F.X.ShahgaldianP.
Virus-like particles as virus substitutes to design artificial virus-recognition nanomaterials
Chemical Communications51 (12), 2256-2258.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC08843C

 

2015
ShenF.ZhangQ.X.RenX.Q.
A triple-function zwitterion for preparing water compatible diclofenac imprinted polymers
Chemical Communications51 (1), 183-186.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC04739G

 

2015
LiY.X.BinQ.LinZ.Y.ChenY.T.YangH.H.CaiZ.W.ChenG.N.
Synthesis and characterization of vinyl-functionalized magnetic nanofibers for protein imprinting
Chemical Communications51 (1), 202-205.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC05761A

 

2015
LiM.ZhuW.H.MarkenF.JamesT.D.
Electrochemical sensing using boronic acids
Chemical Communications51 (78), 14562-14573.
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC04976H

 

2015
Gam-DerouichS.BourdillonC.De MarcillacW.D.CoolenL.MaitreA.MangeneyC.SchwobC.
Quantum dot-imprinted polymers with size and shell-selective recognition properties
Chemical Communications51 , 14933-14936.
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC05203C

 

2015
Gam-DerouichS.BourdillonC.De MarcillacW.D.CoolenL.MaitreA.MangeneyC.SchwobC.
Correction: Quantum dot-imprinted polymers with size and shell-selective recognition properties
Chemical Communications ,DOI: 10.1039/C5CC90404H

 

2015
ChenY.LiX.L.YinD.Y.LiD.J.BieZ.J.LiuZ.
Dual-template docking oriented molecular imprinting: a facile strategy for highly efficient imprinting within mesoporous materials
Chemical Communications51 (54), 10929-10932.
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC03207E

 

2015
AhmadR.FelidjN.Boubekeur-LecaqueL.Lau-TruongS.Gam-DerouichS.DecorseP.LamouriA.MangeneyC.
Water-soluble plasmonic nanosensors with synthetic receptors for label-free detection of folic acid
Chemical Communications51 (47), 9678-9681.
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC01489A

 

2014
ZhaoM.ZhangC.ZhangY.GuoX.Z.YanH.S.ZhangH.Q.
Efficient synthesis of narrowly dispersed hydrophilic and magnetic molecularly imprinted polymer microspheres with excellent molecular recognition ability in a real biological sample
Chemical Communications50 (17), 2208-2210.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC49131E

 

2014
YuZ.R.XuZ.G.LiH.ChenJ.W.HuangZ.Y.TangY.W.
Recognition and neutralization of angiotensins I and II using an artificial nanogel receptor fabricated by ligand specificity determinant imprinting
Chemical Communications50 (21), 2728-2731.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC48152B

 

2014
YangK.G.LiuJ.X.LiS.W.LiQ.R.WuQ.ZhouY.ZhaoQ.DengN.LiangZ.ZhangL.H.ZhangY.K.
Epitope imprinted polyethersulfone beads by self-assembly for target protein capture from the plasma proteome
Chemical Communications50 (67), 9521-9524.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC03428G

 

2014
YangH.P.ChiD.H.SunQ.L.SunW.W.WangH.LuJ.X.
Entrapment of alkaloids within silver: from enantioselective hydrogenation to chiral recognition
Chemical Communications50 (64), 8868-8870.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC02823F

 

2014
XuD.ZhuW.WangC.TianT.LiJ.LanY.ZhangG.X.ZhangD.Q.LiG.T.
Label-free detection and discrimination of poly-brominated diphenylethers using molecularly imprinted photonic cross-reactive sensor arrays
Chemical Communications50 (91), 14133-14136.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC05810K

 

2014
UdomsapD.BrangerC.CulioliG.DolletP.BrissetH.
A versatile electrochemical sensing receptor based on a molecularly imprinted polymer
Chemical Communications50 (56), 7488-7491.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC02658F

 

2014
SunayamaH.OoyaT.TakeuchiT.
Fluorescent protein-imprinted polymers capable of signal transduction of specific binding events prepared by a site-directed two-step post-imprinting modification
Chemical Communications50 (11), 1347-1349.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC47759B

 

2014
KawamuraA.KiguchiT.NishihataT.UragamiT.MiyataT.
Target molecule-responsive hydrogels designed via molecular imprinting using bisphenol A as a template
Chemical Communications50 (76), 11101-11103.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC01187B

 

2014
HuangC.X.ShenX.T.
Janus molecularly imprinted polymer particles
Chemical Communications50 (20), 2646-2649.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC49586H

 

2014
ChenS.N.LiX.ZhaoY.Y.ChangL.M.QiJ.Y.
High performance surface-enhanced Raman scattering via dummy molecular imprinting onto silver microspheres
Chemical Communications50 (92), 14331-14333.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC06535B

 

2014
BerghausM.MohammadiR.SellergrenB.
Productive encounter: molecularly imprinted nanoparticles prepared using magnetic templates
Chemical Communications50 (64), 8993-8996.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC01346H

 

2014
AwinoJ.K.ZhaoY.
Molecularly imprinted nanoparticles as tailor-made sensors for small fluorescent molecules
Chemical Communications50 (43), 5752-5755.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC01516A

 

2014
Alvarez-LorenzoC.ConcheiroA.
Smart drug delivery systems: from fundamentals to the clinic
Chemical Communications50 (58), 7743-7765.
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC01429D

 

2013
SuriyanarayananS.PetroneL.EderthT.NichollsI.A.
Biotinyl moiety-selective polymer films with highly ordered macropores
Chemical Communications49 (46), 5274-5276.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC42235F

 

2013
SugaY.SunayamaH.OoyaT.TakeuchiT.
Molecularly imprinted polymers prepared using protein-conjugated cleavable monomers followed by site-specific post-imprinting introduction of fluorescent reporter molecules
Chemical Communications49 (76), 8450-8452.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC40484F

 

2013
PiszkiewiczS.KirkbrideE.A.Doreng-StearnsN.HendersonB.R.LenkerM.A.TangE.KawashiriL.H.NicholsC.S.MooreS.C.SogoS.G.
Molecularly-imprinted nanoparticles that recognize Naja mossambica cytotoxins: binding studies and biological effects
Chemical Communications49 (53), 5954-5956.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC42394H

 

2013
NiuQ.Y.GaoK.Z.LinZ.H.WuW.H.
Surface molecular-imprinting engineering of novel cellulose nanofibril/conjugated polymer film sensors towards highly selective recognition and responsiveness of nitroaromatic vapors
Chemical Communications49 (80), 9137-9139.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC44705G

 

2013
HalhalliM.R.SellergrenB.
Cover and uncover: chiral switching exploiting templating and layer-by-layer grafting
Chemical Communications49 (64), 7111-7113.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC41989D

 

2013
GuoY.GuoT.Y.
A dual-template imprinted capsule with remarkably enhanced catalytic activity for pesticide degradation and elimination simultaneously
Chemical Communications49 (11), 1073-1075.
DOI: 10.1039/C2CC38022F

 

2013
AmbrosiniS.BeyazitS.HauptK.Tse Sum BuiB.
Solid-phase synthesis of molecularly imprinted nanoparticles for protein recognition
Chemical Communications49 (60), 6746-6748.
DOI: 10.1039/C3CC41701H

 

2012
ZhangW.HeX.W.LiW.Y.ZhangY.K.
Thermo-sensitive imprinted polymer coating CdTe quantum dots for target protein specific recognition
Chemical Communications48 (12), 1757-1759.
DOI: 10.1039/C2CC17200C

 

2012
ShenX.T.ZhouT.C.YeL.
Molecular imprinting of protein in Pickering emulsion
Chemical Communications48 (66), 8198-8200.
DOI: 10.1039/C2CC33572G

 

2012
ShenX.T.ZhuL.H.WangN.YeL.TangH.Q.
Molecular imprinting for removing highly toxic organic pollutants
Chemical Communications48 (6), 788-798.
DOI: 10.1039/C2CC14654A

 

2012
MaY.ZhangY.ZhaoM.GuoX.Z.ZhangH.Q.
Efficient synthesis of narrowly dispersed molecularly imprinted polymer microspheres with multiple stimuli-responsive template binding properties in aqueous media
Chemical Communications48 (50), 6217-6219.
DOI: 10.1039/C2CC31932B

 

2012
Lemau de TalancéV.MassinonO.BaatiR.WagnerA.VincentS.P.
First steps towards conformationally selective artificial lectins: the chair-boat discrimination by molecularly imprinted polymers
Chemical Communications48 (86), 10684-10686.
DOI: 10.1039/C2CC35386E

 

2011
XuC.G.YeL.
Clickable molecularly imprinted nanoparticles
Chemical Communications47 (21), 6096-6098.
DOI: 10.1039/C1CC11439E

 

2011
ShenX.T.YeL.
Molecular imprinting in Pickering emulsions: a new insight into molecular recognition in water
Chemical Communications47 (37), 10359-10361.
DOI: 10.1039/C1CC13899E

 

2011
QianK.FangG.Z.WangS.
A novel core-shell molecularly imprinted polymer based on metal-organic frameworks as a matrix
Chemical Communications47 (36), 10118-10120.
DOI: 10.1039/C1CC12935J

 

2011
MahonC.S.JacksonA.W.MurrayB.S.FultonD.A.
Templating a polymer-scaffolded dynamic combinatorial library
Chemical Communications47 (25), 7209-7211.
DOI: 10.1039/C1CC11998B

 

2011
LiuJ.X.YangK.G.DengQ.L.LiQ.R.ZhangL.H.LiangZ.ZhangY.K.
Preparation of a new type of affinity materials combining metal coordination with molecular imprinting
Chemical Communications47 (13), 3969-3971.
DOI: 10.1039/C0CC05317A

 

2011
KimE.KimH.C.LeeS.G.LeeS.J.GoT.J.BaekC.S.JeongS.W.
C-Reactive protein-directed immobilization of phosphocholine ligands on a solid surface
Chemical Communications47 (43), 11900-11902.
DOI: 10.1039/C1CC15079K

 

2010
YinJ.F.CuiY.YangG.L.WangH.L.
Molecularly imprinted nanotubes for enantioselective drug delivery and controlled release
Chemical Communications46 (41), 7688-7690.
DOI: 10.1039/C0CC01782E

 

2010
WuP.YanX.P.
A simple chemical etching strategy to generate "ion-imprinted" sites on the surface of quantum dots for selective fluorescence turn-on detecting of metal ions
Chemical Communications (37), 7046-7048.
DOI: 10.1039/C0CC01762K

 

2010
SchirhaglR.PodlipnaD.LieberzeitP.A.DickertF.L.
Comparing biomimetic and biological receptors for insulin sensing
Chemical Communications (46), 3128-3130.
DOI: 10.1039/c000936a

 

2010
JungB.M.KimM.S.KimW.J.ChangJ.Y.
Molecularly imprinted mesoporous silica particles showing a rapid kinetic binding
Chemical Communications46 (21), 3699-3701.
DOI: 10.1039/c003173a

 

2009
AllenderC.J.CastellO.K.DaviesP.R.FiddyS.Hedin-DahlströmJ.StockenhuberM.
A glimpse of the inner workings of the templated site
Chemical Communications (2), 165-167.
DOI: 10.1039/b811578h

 

2008
YoshimatsuK.YeL.StenlundP.ChronakisI.S.
A simple method for preparation of molecularly imprinted nanofiber materials with signal transduction ability
Chemical Communications (17), 2022-2024.
DOI: 10.1039/b719586a

 

2008
TaiD.F.LinY.F.
Molecularly imprinted cavities template the macrocyclization of tetrapeptides
Chemical Communications (43), 5598-5600.
DOI: 10.1039/b813439a

 

2008
OuyangR.Z.LeiJ.P.JuH.X.
Surface molecularly imprinted nanowire for protein specific recognition
Chemical Communications (44), 5761-5763.
DOI: 10.1039/b810248a

 

2008
OuyangR.Z.LeiJ.P.JuH.X.
Surface molecularly imprinted nanowire for protein specific recognition (pg 57612008)
Chemical Communications (48), 6614.
DOI: 10.1039/b819970c

 

2008
BeseniusP.CormackP.A.G.LudlowR.F.OttoS.SherringtonD.C.
Polymer-supported cationic templates for molecular recognition of anionic hosts in water
Chemical Communications (24), 2809-2811.
DOI: 10.1039/b802982b

 

2007
ShenX.T.ZhuL.H.TangH.Q.
Synthesis of molecular imprinted polymer coated photocatalysts with high selectivity
Chemical Communications (11), 1163-1165.
DOI: 10.1039/b615303h

 

2007
JuM.J.YangD.H.TakaharaN.HayashiK.TokoK.LeeS.W.KunitakeT.
Landmine detection: Improved binding of 24-dinitrotoluene in a g-CD/metal oxide matrix and its sensitive detection via a cyclic surface polarization impedance (cSPI) method
Chemical Communications (25), 2630-2632.
DOI: 10.1039/b703132g

 

2006
TomineyA.AndrewD.OliphantL.RosairG.M.DupreJ.KraftA.
Supramolecular binding of protonated amines to a receptor microgel in aqueous medium
Chemical Communications (23), 2492-2494.
DOI: 10.1039/b604393c

 

2006
TokarevaI.TokarevI.MinkoS.HutterE.FendlerJ.H.
Ultrathin molecularly imprinted polymer sensors employing enhanced transmission surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy
Chemical Communications (31), 3343-3345.
DOI: 10.1039/b604841b

 

2006
TadaM.IwasawaY.
Advanced chemical design with supported metal complexes for selective catalysis
Chemical Communications (27), 2833-2844.
DOI: 10.1039/b601507g

 

2006
MatsuiJ.SodeyamaT.TamakiK.SugimotoN.
Molecularly-imprinted polymeric logic gates selective for predetermined chemical input species
Chemical Communications (30), 3217-3219.
DOI: 10.1039/b604354b

 

2006
HuntC.E.PasettoP.AnsellR.J.HauptK.
A fluorescence polarisation molecular imprint sorbent assay for 24-D: a non-separation pseudo-immunoassay
Chemical Communications (16), 1754-1756.
DOI: 10.1039/b516194k

 

2006
BookerK.BowyerM.C.HoldsworthC.I.McCluskeyA.
Efficient preparation and improved sensitivity of molecularly imprinted polymers using room temperature ionic liquids
Chemical Communications (16), 1730-1732.
DOI: 10.1039/b517886j

 

2005
Salinas-CastilloA.Sánchez-BarragánI.Costa-FernándezJ.M.PereiroR.BallesterosA.GonzálezJ.M.Segura-CarreteroA.Fernández-GutiérrezA.Sanz-MedelA.
Iodinated molecularly imprinted polymer for room temperature phosphorescence optosensing of fluoranthene
Chemical Communications (25), 3224-3226.
DOI: 10.1039/b502706c

 

2005
LeeH.I.PakC.ShinC.H.ChangH.SeungD.YieJ.E.KimJ.M.
Rational design of ordered mesoporous carbon with controlled bimodal porosity via dual silica templating route
Chemical Communications (48), 6035-6037.
DOI: 10.1039/b511423c

 

2005
KoenigS.ChechikV.
Au nanoparticle-imprinted polymers
Chemical Communications (32), 4110-4112.
DOI: 10.1039/b503243a

 

2004
ZimmermanS.C.LemcoffN.G.
Synthetic hosts via molecular imprinting - are universal synthetic antibodies realistically possible?
Chemical Communications (1), 5-14.
DOI: 10.1039/b304720b

 

2004
ManesiotisP.HallA.J.EmgenbroichM.QuagliaM.De LorenziE.SellergrenB.
An enantioselective imprinted receptor for Z-glutamate exhibiting a binding induced color change
Chemical Communications (20), 2278-2279.
DOI: 10.1039/b407870e

 

2004
MaddockS.C.PasettoP.ResminiM.
Novel imprinted soluble microgels with hydrolytic catalytic activity
Chemical Communications (5), 536-537.
DOI: 10.1039/b312631e

 

2004
GreeneN.T.MorganS.L.ShimizuK.E.
Molecularly imprinted polymer sensor arrays
Chemical Communications (10), 1172-1173.
DOI: 10.1039/b401677g

 

2004
BeilJ.B.ZimmermanS.C.
A monomolecularly imprinted dendrimer (MID) capable of selective binding with a tris(2-aminoethyl)amine guest through multiple functional group interactions
Chemical Communications (5), 488-489.
DOI: 10.1039/b316248f

 

2003
VitonF.WhiteP.S.GagnéM.R.
Crown-ether functionalised second coordination sphere palladium catalysts by molecular imprinting
Chemical Communications (24), 3040-3041.
DOI: 10.1039/b309072h

 

2003
PatelA.FouaceS.SteinkeJ.H.G.
Enantioselective molecularly imprinted polymers via ring-opening metathesis polymerisation
Chemical Communications (1), 88-89.
DOI: 10.1039/b208922j

 

2003
Le FurE.DemersE.MarisT.WuestJ.D.
Excavations in molecular crystals
Chemical Communications (24), 2966-2967.
DOI: 10.1039/b308355a

 

2003
KuboH.NariaiH.TakeuchiT.
Multiple hydrogen bonding-based fluorescent imprinted polymers for cyclobarbital prepared with 26-bis(acrylamido)pyridine
Chemical Communications (22), 2792-2793.
DOI: 10.1039/b309917b

 

2003
HauptK.
Imprinted polymers - Tailor-made mimics of antibodies and receptors
Chemical Communications (2), 171-178.
DOI: 10.1039/b207596b

 

2002
LiangC.D.WeaverM.J.DaiS.
Change of pH indicator's pKa value via molecular imprinting
Chemical Communications (15), 1620-1621.
DOI: 10.1039/b203496d

 

2002
KanekiyoY.NaganawaR.TaoH.
Molecular imprinting of bisphenol A and alkylphenols using amylose as a host matrix
Chemical Communications (22), 2698-2699.
DOI: 10.1039/b207534b

 

2001
KimaroA.KellyL.A.MurrayG.M.
Molecularly imprinted ionically permeable membrane for uranyl ion
Chemical Communications (14), 1282-1283.
DOI: 10.1039/b103077a

 

2001
CammidgeA.N.BainesN.J.BellinghamR.K.
Synthesis of heterogeneous palladium catalyst assemblies by molecular imprinting
Chemical Communications (24), 2588-2589.
DOI: 10.1039/b108464j

 

2000
SaundersG.D.FoxonS.P.WaltonP.H.JoyceM.J.PortS.N.
A selective uranium extraction agent prepared by polymer imprinting
Chemical Communications (4), 273-274.
DOI: 10.1039/a909691d

 

1999
PolbornK.SeverinK.
Molecular imprinting with an organometallic transition state analogue
Chemical Communications (24), 2481-2482.
DOI: 10.1039/a908047c

 

1999
LiuJ.Q.LuoG.M.GaoS.J.ZhangK.ChenX.F.ShenJ.C.
Generation of a glutathione peroxidase-like mimic using bioimprinting and chemical mutation
Chemical Communications (2), 199-200.
DOI: 10.1039/a808347i

 

1998
MakoteR.CollinsonM.M.
Dopamine recognition in templated silicate films
Chemical Communications (3), 425-426.
DOI: 10.1039/a705536f

 

1998
IshiiT.NakashimaY.ShinkaiS.
Regioselective introduction of two boronic acid groups into [60]fullerene using saccharides as imprinting templates
Chemical Communications , 1047-1048.
DOI: 10.1039/a801648h

 

1998
HassonC.D.DavisF.J.MitchellG.R.
Imprinting chiral structures on liquid crystalline elastomers
Chemical Communications (22), 2515-2516.
DOI: 10.1039/a805891a

 

1997
HerrmannW.WehrleS.WenzG.
Supramolecular control of the photochemistry of stilbenes by cyclodextrins
Chemical Communications (18), 1709-1710.
DOI: 10.1039/a703485g

 

1997
HafkampR.J.H.KokkeB.P.A.DankeI.M.GeurtsH.P.M.RowanA.E.FeitersM.C.NolteR.J.M.
Organogel formation and molecular imprinting by functionalized gluconamides and their metal complexes
Chemical Communications (6), 545-546.
DOI: 10.1039/a608266a

 

1997
AsanumaH.KakazuM.ShibataM.HishiyaT.KomiyamaM.
Molecularly imprinted polymer of b-cyclodextrin for the efficient recognition of cholesterol
Chemical Communications (20), 1971-1972.
DOI: 10.1039/a704176d

 

1996
SchraderT.KirstenC.
Intermolecular stabilisation of the b-sheet conformation in dipeptides
Chemical Communications (17), 2089-2090.
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1995
TanabeK.TakeuchiT.MatsuiJ.IkebukuroK.YanoK.KarubeI.
Recognition of barbiturates in molecularly imprinted copolymers using multiple hydrogen-bonding
Journal of the Chemical Society-Chemical Communications (22), 2303-2304.
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1995
OhkuboK.FunakoshiY.UrataY.HirotaS.UsuiS.SagawaT.
High esterolytic activity of a novel water-soluble polymer catalyst imprinted by a transition-state analog
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1995
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Molecular sieving property of silica overlayer on tin oxide prepared using an organic template
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1994
OkahataY.YasunagaK.OguraK.
Imprinted chiral molecular recognition in dipeptide crystals immobilized on a quartz-crystal microbalance
Journal of the Chemical Society-Chemical Communications (4), 469-470.
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1994
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Photostimulated imprinted polymers - a light-regulated medium for transport of amino-acids
Journal of the Chemical Society-Chemical Communications (10), 1261-1262.
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1992
MoriharaK.KurokawaM.KamataY.ShimadaT.
Enzyme-like enantioselective catalysis over chiral molecular footprint cavities on a silica (alumina) gel surface
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1989
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Molecular imprinting of a transition-state analog leads to a polymer exhibiting esterolytic activity
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1988
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Guest selective molecular recognition by an octadecylsilyl monolayer covalently bound on an SnO2 electrode
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1988
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Molecular recognition in a monolayer matrix on silica-gel
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1986
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Ion-sieving of electrosynthesized polypyrrole films
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1985
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