Inventors: Piletsky SA
, Guerriero ARL
, Whitcombe MJ
Preparation of molecularly imprinted polymers
Publication date: 2011
A polymerisation process, preferably a living radical polymerisation process, is carried out in the presence of a template substance, to produce molecularly imprinted polymers ("MIPs"). It is controlled so that the products are quite small (500 - 106 Daltons) so that they are soluble or form colloidal suspensions. The template substances are immobilised templates, which can be re-used. Immobilised templates are also useful for purification of MIP solutions/suspensions by affinity chromatography.
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