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Reference type: Conference Proceeding
Authors: Yan MD
Publication date: 2002
Article title: Micromolding in capillaries for the generation of molecularly imprinted polymer filaments and microstructures.
Page numbers: 35-39
DOI: 10.1557/PROC-723-M2.2

Editors: Shea KJ, Yan M, Roberts MJ, Cremer PS, Crooks RM, Sailor MJ
Publisher: Materials Research Society
Volume number: 723
Conference information: Molecularly Imprinted Materials-Sensors And Other Devices

Abstract: The technique of micromolding in capillary has been employed to prepare molecularly imprinted polymer microfilaments, and to pattern MIP structures on silicon wafers. The approach relies on crosslinked poly(dimethylsiloxane) that contains relief structures as a mold to define the shape and size of the imprinted polymers. This article describes the processes leading to the fabrication of free-standing MIP micromonoliths and covalently immobilized MIP microstructures on silicon wafers. The limitations of the technique are also discussed

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