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xanthine

Liu B et al., Xanthine microsensor based on polypyrrole molecularly imprinted film modified carbon fiber microelectrodes.
Analytical Biochemistry, 440, (2), 220-226, (2013)
   

xanthine derivatives

Patachia S et al., Imprinted poly (vinyl alcohol) as a promising tool for xanthine derivatives separation.
Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 122, (3), 2081-2089, (2011)
   

xanthine derivatives

Qiao FX et al., Simultaneous analysis of fluoroquinolones and xanthine derivatives in serum by molecularly imprinted matrix solid-phase dispersion coupled with liquid chromatography.
Journal of Chromatography B, 879, (30), 3551-3555, (2011)
   

xanthine derivatives

Yan H et al., Characteristics of a monolithic molecularly imprinted column and its application for chromatographic separation.
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 13, (4), 552-557, (2007)
   

xanthines

Sahoo P, Molecular recognition of caffeine in solution and solid state.
Bioorganic Chemistry, 58, 26-47, (2015)
   

xanthines

Wang JF et al., Synthesis and characterization of micrometer-sized molecularly imprinted spherical polymer particulates prepared via precipitation polymerization.
Pure And Applied Chemistry, 79, (9), 1505-1519, (2007)
   

Xenobiotic

Kumazawa T et al., New and unique methods of solid-phase extraction for use before instrumental analysis of xenobiotics in human specimens.
Forensic Toxicology, 28, (2), 61-68, (2010)
   

xenobiotics

Casado N et al., Current development and applications of ordered mesoporous silicas and other sol-gel silica-based materials in food sample preparation for xenobiotics analysis.
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 88, 167-184, (2017)
   

xenobiotics

Ricanyova J et al., Estrogens and Their Analytics by Hyphenated Separation Techniques.
Critical Reviews in Analytical Chemistry, 39, (1), 13-31, (2009)
   

Xenoestrogen

Narula P et al., Development of molecularly imprinted microspheres for the fast uptake of 4-cumylphenol from water and soil samples.
Journal of Separation Science, 37, (22), 3330-3338, (2014)
   

Xerogel

Pace SJ et al., Use of computational modeling in preparation and evaluation of surface imprinted xerogels for binding tetracycline.
Microchimica Acta, 182, (1-2), 69-76, (2015)
   

Xerogel

Mojica ERE, Screening of different computational models for the preparation of sol-gel imprinted materials.
Journal of Molecular Modeling, 19, (9), 3911-3923, (2013)
   

Xerogel

Morais EC et al., The interaction of encapsulated pharmaceutical drugs with a silica matrix.
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 103, 422-429, (2013)
   

Xerogel

Mojica ER et al., Synthesis and evaluation of tetracycline imprinted xerogels: Comparison of experiment and computational modeling.
Analytica Chimica Acta, 684, (1-2), 72-80, (2011)
   

Xerogel

Proceeding, Holthoff EL et al, Xerogel-based molecularly imprinted polymers for explosives detection, 
Fountain AWI, Gardner PJ (Eds.), 
Art. No. 76650W, (2010)
   

Xerogels

Concu R et al., Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of the Selectivity of a Silica Polymer for Ibuprofen.
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 17, (7), ArticleNo1083-(2016)
   

Xerogels

Cheung MC et al., Porous nanostructured encapsulation and immobilization materials for optical biosensors.
IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 18, (3), 1147-1159, (2012)
   

Xerogels

Tao ZY et al., Templated xerogels as platforms for biomolecule-less biomolecule sensors.
Analytica Chimica Acta, 564, (1), 59-65, (2006)
   

XPS

Li SH et al., Supramolecular imprinted electrochemical sensor for the neonicotinoid insecticide imidacloprid based on double amplification by Pt-In catalytic nanoparticles and a Bromophenol blue doped molecularly imprinted film.
Microchimica Acta, 183, (12), 3101-3109, (2016)
   

XPS

He JS et al., Introduction and demonstration of a novel Pb(II)-imprinted polymeric membrane with high selectivity and reusability for treatment of lead contaminated water.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 439, 162-169, (2015)
   

XPS

Bakas I et al., Molecularly imprinted polymeric sensings layers grafted from aryl diazonium-modified surfaces for electroanalytical applications. A mini review.
Surface And Interface Analysis, 46, (10-11), 1014-1020, (2014)
   

XPS

de Dios AS et al., Insights Into the Molecular Recognition Mechanism of 5-Hydroxy-Indol Acetic Acid by Imprinted Xero-Gel Materials.
Science of Advanced Materials, 5, (12), 1940-1947, (2013)
   

XPS

Song H et al., The role of impregnation medium on the activity of ceria-supported cobalt catalysts for ethanol steam reforming.
Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 318, (1-2), 21-29, (2010)
   

XPS

Lu Y et al., Preparation and recognition of surface molecularly imprinted core-shell microbeads for protein in aqueous solutions.
Applied Surface Science, 255, (12), 6061-6066, (2009)
   

X-ray diffraction

Li SH et al., Synergetic dual recognition and separation of the fungicide carbendazim by using magnetic nanoparticles carrying a molecularly imprinted polymer and immobilized β-cyclodextrin.
Microchimica Acta, 183, (4), 1433-1439, (2016)
   

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

Kamra T et al., Covalent immobilization of molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles on a gold surface using carbodiimide coupling for chemical sensing.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 461, 1-8, (2016)
   

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

Li SH et al., Synergetic dual recognition and separation of the fungicide carbendazim by using magnetic nanoparticles carrying a molecularly imprinted polymer and immobilized β-cyclodextrin.
Microchimica Acta, 183, (4), 1433-1439, (2016)
   

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

Kamra T et al., Covalent immobilization of molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles using an epoxy silane.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 445, 277-284, (2015)
   

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

Chaudhary S et al., Controlled short-linkage assembly of functional nano-objects.
Applied Surface Science, 300, 22-28, (2014)
   

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

Su HJ et al., Adsorption mechanism for imprinted ion (Ni2+) of the surface molecular imprinting adsorbent (SMIA).
Biochemical Engineering Journal, 39, (3), 503-509, (2008)
   

X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS)

Malitesta C et al., X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy characterization of electrosynthesized poly(3-thiophene acetic acid) and its application in Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for atrazine.
Thin Solid Films, 518, (14), 3705-3709, (2010)
   

X-ray powder diffraction

Tang YW et al., Preconcentration of the antibiotic enrofloxacin using a hollow molecularly imprinted polymer, and its quantitation by HPLC.
Microchimica Acta, 183, (2), 589-596, (2016)
   

201 x 7 resin

Liu YC et al., Comparison between two commercial uranium resins and a uranyl sulphate imprinted resin based on self-assembling MIT.
Frontiers of Chemical Engineering in China, 1, (4), 327-331, (2007)
   

Xylene isomers

Zheng HY et al., Molecularly imprinted cellulose membranes for pervaporation separation of xylene isomers.
Journal of Membrane Science, 478, 148-154, (2015)
   

Xylenes

Sainz-Gonzalo FJ et al., The development of a screening molecularly imprinted polymer optosensor for detecting xylenes in water samples.
Microchemical Journal, 99, (2), 278-282, (2011)
   

xylenol orange

Sianipar A et al., Effect Of Degree Binary Complex Of Imprint Ion On The Extraction Of Zircon Ion.
IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry, 1, (4), 15-19, (2012)
   

3,5-xylyl methylcarbamate

Hu Q et al., Preparation of Molecularly Imprinted Electrochemical Sensor for Detection of 3,5-Xylyl Methylcarbamate Based on Gold Nanoparticles dopped Graphene Modified Glassy Carbon Electrode.
Journal of Instrumental Analysis, 34, (3), 328-334, (2015)
   

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