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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Biomimetic Polymers In Analytical Chemistry. Part 1: Preparation And Applications Of Mip (molecularly Imprinted Polymers) In Extraction And Separation Techniques [polímeros Biomiméticos Em Química Analítica. Parte 1: Preparo E Aplicações De Mip ("molecularly Imprinted Polymers") Em Técnicas De Extração E Separação]|
|Author:||Teixeira Tarley C.R.|
Taboada Sotomayor M.D.P.
|Abstract:||MIPs are synthetic polymers that are used as biomimetic materials simulating the mechanism verified in natural entities such as antibodies and enzymes. Although MIPs have been successfully used as an outstanding tool for enhancing the selectivity or different analytical approaches, such as separation science and electrochemical and optical sensors, several parameters must be optimized during their synthesis. Therefore, the state-of-the-art of MIP production as well as the different polymerization methods are discussed. The potential selectivity of MIPs in the extraction and separation techniques focusing mainly on environmental, clinical and pharmaceutical samples as applications for analytical purposes is presented.|
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