Authors: Szumski M
, Buszewski B
Molecularly imprinted polymers: A new tool for separation of steroid isomers.
Publication date: 2004
Journal: Journal of Separation Science
Abstract: Molecularly imprinted polymers hold great promise for the separation of chiral compounds. A non-covalent approach to the synthesis of MIPs relies on the presence of specific and non- specific interactions, which lead to the formation of a molecular imprint. The structural differences between 17-alpha- estradiol and 17-beta-estradiol are too small to permit their efficient separation on a MIP prepared with beta-estradiol as a template. Molecular modeling revealed the presence of only one hydrogen bond that differentiates the two isomers
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