Authors: Ulbricht M
, Belter M
, Langenhangen U
, Schneider F
, Weigel W
Novel molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) composite membranes via controlled surface and pore functionalizations.
Publication date: 2002
Alternative URL: http://www.che.utexas.edu/research/biomat/PDFReprints/Desalination_149_293-295(2002).pdf
Abstract: Molecular imprinting of polymers, a cross-linking polymerization of functional monomers in presence of a template, yields synthetic materials mimicking the function of biological receptors . The controlled photoinitiated synthesis of thin layers of molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs)  offers many possibilities for development of novel composite materials for affinity technologies (Fig. 1). Molecularly imprinted membranes have a very large, but almost unexplored potential for substance-specific separation, analytics or catalysis . Our aim is the rational design of structure and function of MIP affinity membranes. Our main approach is the controlled functionalization of porous polymeric, especially microfiltration and track-etched membranes to synthesize novel MIP composite membranes (Fig 2)
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