Molecularly Imprinted Polymers in Biotechnology

  • Bo Mattiasson
  • Lei Ye

Part of the Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology book series (ABE, volume 150)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Ian A. Nicholls, Swapnil Chavan, Kerstin Golker, Björn C. G. Karlsson, Gustaf D. Olsson, Annika M. Rosengren et al.
    Pages 25-50
  3. Toshifumi Takeuchi, Hirobumi Sunayama, Eri Takano, Yukiya Kitayama
    Pages 95-106
  4. Fosca Mirata, Marina Resmini
    Pages 107-129
  5. Ying-chun Wan, Hui-ting Ma, Bin Lu
    Pages 131-166
  6. Ecevit Yilmaz, Johan Billing, Carina Nilsson, Brian Boyd, Rüstem Kecili, David Nivhede et al.
    Pages 167-182
  7. Bo Mattiasson
    Pages 183-205
  8. Yibin Liu, Shan Huang, Zhuo Li, Meiping Zhao
    Pages 207-226
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 227-231

About this book


Controlled radical polymerization techniques for molecular imprinting, by Mark E. Byrne
From bulk polymers to nanoparticles, by Lei Ye
Post-imprinting and in-cavity functionalization, by Toshifumi Takeuchi
Characterization of MIPs (affinity, selectivity, site heterogeneity…), by Richard Ansell
Theoretical aspects and computer modelling, by Ian Nicholls
MIPs in aqueous environments, by Bin Lu
MIPs for binding macromolecules, by Kenneth J. Shea
Solid phase extraction, by Ecevit Yilmaz
Sensors, by Sergey A. Piletsky
MIPs for catalysis and synthesis, by Marina Resmini
Wastewater treatment, by Bo Mattiasson
MIPs as tools for bioassays, biotransformation and drug delivery, by Meiping Zhao


Binding Macromolecules Bioassays Biotransformation Bulk Polymers Controlled Radical Polymerization In-Cavity Functionalization MIP Nanoparticles MIPs Characterization Molecular Imprinting Post-Imprinting

Editors and affiliations

  • Bo Mattiasson
    • 1
  • Lei Ye
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of BiotechnologyLund UniversityLundSweden
  2. 2.Dept. of Pure and Applied BiochemistryLund UniversityLundSweden

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