Authors: Kubo T
, Tominaga Y
, Watanabe F
, Kaya K
, Hosoya K
Selective Adsorption of Water-soluble Ionic Compounds by an Interval Immobilization Technique Based on Molecular Imprinting.
Publication date: 2008
Journal: Analytical Sciences
Abstract: Uniformity recognition sites for water-soluble ionic compounds were constructed onto the pores of porous polymer particles. This concept is based on a modified interval immobilization technique, which was used for the selective recognition of paralytic shellfish poison, saxitoxins (STXs). The results of batch adsorption and solid-phase extraction for one of the STX analogues, a prepared polymer that had special sites for the recognition of STXs, showed that the analogue could selectively recognize and concentrate STXs. Selective recognition was facilitated by interval-immobilized functional groups
Template and target information: saxitoxins
Author keywords: enantiomer separations, modeling, nonlinear chromatography
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