Abstract: Molecularly imprinted electrochemiluminescence sensors combine the specific recognition ability and predetermined selectivity properties of molecularly imprinted polymer with the high sensitivity of electrochemiluminescence technology. In addition, these sensors exhibited a high maneuverability for luminescence signal from the reactions with good reproducibility, long-term stability and easy operation, which have received a great deal of attention in applications of pharmaceutical analysis, heavy metal ion detection, immune biosensors, gene biosensors, enzymatic biosensors, toxic pesticide residue detection and food safety monitoring. The preparation mechanism and construction thinking of the sensors are summaried in this review. Moreover, the applications on food safety and drugs detection of molecular imprinted polymer electrochemiluminescence sensors are highlighted, and the development trend of molecular imprinted polymer electrochemiluminescence sensors is revealed.
Template and target information: Review - MIP-based electroluminescence sensing
Author keywords: molecular imprinting, Electrochemiluminescence, food safety and drug analysis, review