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  • MIPs
  • In the selectivity test using cotinine, 3-methylpyridine and N -methylpyrrolidine as reference compounds, IP-IA16 showed the largest retention factor for nicotine, which was more than 4.4 times that of the other compounds, suggesting that nicotine-recognition sites were formed in MIPs by the molecular imprinting using IA as functional monomer. (go.jp)
  • hydrogel
  • The abundant imprinted sites in the thin hydrogel walls specifically rebound TC via hydrogen bonds, leading to a periodic spacing change and a Bragg diffraction peak shift that converted the rebinding events into readable optical signals. (rsc.org)
  • Varying the compositional parameters had diverse effects on the imprinted hydrogel properties. (auburn.edu)
  • artificial
  • Target molecules for which we want to prepare 'artificial binding sites' or 'molecular imprints', which are normally large complex protein molecules, are identified and selected as 'template molecules. (wordpress.com)
  • template
  • Molecularly imprinted Cellulose/Silica composite (MIP) was prepared by using caffeine as the template. (unl.edu)
  • Moreover, the diffusion coefficients of diclofenac sodium through weakly crosslinked imprinted poly(HEMA-co-DEAEM-co-PEG200DMA) lenses were further controlled by adjusting the functional monomer to template (FM/T) ratio (1, 3.5 and 10.5). (auburn.edu)
  • We chose amino acid-derivatives as cationic organic template and synthesized imprinted resin. (nii.ac.jp)
  • Times
  • A polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) macromer, Nelfilcon A, which has ~4.4 times larger chain building blocks than poly(HEMA-co-DEAEM-co-PEG200DMA), was used as a backbone monomer to engineer a daily disposable contact lens to tailor the release rate of diclofenac sodium, permitting the study of the imprinting effectiveness in this large network structure. (auburn.edu)
  • The results showed that the imprinted lenses exhibited ~100 times greater bioavailability than eye drops and a dramatic increase in ketotifen mean residence time (MRT). (auburn.edu)
  • study
  • The study also demonstrated the successful in vivo extended release of an anti-histamine drug, ketotifen fumarate, from molecularly imprinted, therapeutic contact lenses. (auburn.edu)