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  1. Site-specific post-imprinting modification of molecularly imprinted polymer nanocavities with a modifiable functional monomer for prostate cancer biomarker recognition
  2. Orientationally Fabricated Zwitterionic Molecularly Imprinted Nanocavities for Highly Sensitive Glycoprotein Recognition
  3. Molecularly Imprinted Nanocavities Capable of Ligand-Binding Domain and Size/Shape Recognition for Selective Discrimination of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Isoforms
  4. Temperature-induced recovery of a bioactive enzyme using polyglycerol dendrimers: correlation between bound water and protein interaction
  5. Beyond natural antibodies – a new generation of synthetic antibodies created by post-imprinting modification of molecularly imprinted polymers
  6. Size-dependent uptake of electrically neutral amphipathic polymeric nanoparticles by cell-sized liposomes and an insight into their internalization mechanism in living cells
  7. Post-Cross-Linked Molecular Imprinting with Functional Polymers as a Universal Building Block for Artificial Polymeric Receptors
  8. Fabrication of Redox-Responsive Degradable Capsule Particles by a Shell-Selective Photoinduced Cross-Linking Approach from Spherical Polymer Particles
  9. Oriented, molecularly imprinted cavities with dual binding sites for highly sensitive and selective recognition of cortisol
  10. Innentitelbild: Molecularly Imprinted Nanogels Acquire Stealth In Situ by Cloaking Themselves with Native Dysopsonic Proteins (Angew. Chem. 25/2017)
  11. Inside Cover: Molecularly Imprinted Nanogels Acquire Stealth In Situ by Cloaking Themselves with Native Dysopsonic Proteins (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 25/2017)
  12. Molecularly Imprinted Nanogels Acquire Stealth In Situ by Cloaking Themselves with Native Dysopsonic Proteins
  13. Molecularly Imprinted Nanogels Acquire Stealth In Situ by Cloaking Themselves with Native Dysopsonic Proteins
  14. Regulation of protein-binding activities of molecularly imprinted polymers via post-imprinting modifications to exchange functional groups within the imprinted cavity
  15. Crosslinked Network with Rotatable Binding Sites Based on Monocarboxylated α-Cyclodextrin [2]Rotaxane Capable of Angiotensin III Recognition
  16. Pipette tip biosensors for bacterial double-stranded DNA using bioluminescence induced by zinc finger luciferase
  17. Regioselective Molecularly Imprinted Reaction Field for [4 + 4] Photocyclodimerization of 2-Anthracenecarboxylic Acid
  18. A Programmable Signaling Molecular Recognition Nanocavity Prepared by Molecular Imprinting and Post-Imprinting Modifications
  19. A Programmable Signaling Molecular Recognition Nanocavity Prepared by Molecular Imprinting and Post-Imprinting Modifications
  20. Efficient Pathway for Preparing Hollow Particles: Site-Specific Crosslinking of Spherical Polymer Particles with Photoresponsive Groups That Play a Dual Role in Shell Crosslinking and Core Shielding
  21. Hydrophilic crosslinked-polymeric surface capable of effective suppression of protein adsorption
  22. Reflectometric interference spectroscopy-based sensing for evaluating biodegradability of polymeric thin films
  23. Molecularly imprinted polymers bearing spiropyran-based photoresponsive binding sites capable of photo-triggered switching for molecular recognition activity
  24. A plasmonic chip-based bio/chemical hybrid sensing system for the highly sensitive detection of C-reactive protein
  25. A molecularly imprinted nanocavity-based fluorescence polarization assay platform for cortisol sensing
  26. Fluorescence signaling molecularly imprinted polymers for antibiotics prepared via site-directed post-imprinting introduction of plural fluorescent reporters within the recognition cavity
  27. Molecularly Imprinted Tailor-Made Functional Polymer Receptors for Highly Sensitive and Selective Separation and Detection of Target Molecules
  28. Preparation of Multi-Functional Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Receptors via Post-Imprinting Modifications
  29. Amphiphilic Polymerizable Porphyrins Conjugated to a Polyglycerol Dendron Moiety as Functional Surfactants for Multifunctional Polymer Particles
  30. Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Arrays as Synthetic Protein Chips Prepared by Transcription-type Molecular Imprinting by Use of Protein-Immobilized Dots as Stamps
  31. Fluorescence Reporting of Binding Interactions of Target Molecules with Core-Shell-Type Cortisol-Imprinted Polymer Particles Using Environmentally Responsible Fluorescent-Labeled Cortisol
  32. Synthesis of Monodispersed Submillimeter-Sized Molecularly Imprinted Particles Selective for Human Serum Albumin Using Inverse Suspension Polymerization in Water-in-Oil Emulsion Prepared Using Microfluidics
  33. Molecularly imprinted protein recognition thin films constructed by controlled/living radical polymerization
  34. Reflectometric interference spectroscopy-based immunosensing using immobilized antibody via His-tagged recombinant protein A
  35. Preparation of molecularly imprinted polymers for the recognition of proteins via the generation of peptide-fragment binding sites by semi-covalent imprinting and enzymatic digestion
  36. Synthesis of grafted phosphorylcholine polymer layers as specific recognition ligands for C-reactive protein focused on grafting density and thickness to achieve highly sensitive detection
  37. Post-imprinting and In-Cavity Functionalization
  38. Molecularly Imprinted Protein Recognition Cavities Bearing Exchangeable Binding Sites for Postimprinting Site-Directed Introduction of Reporter Molecules for Readout of Binding Events
  39. Synthesis of CO2/N2-Triggered Reversible Stability-Controllable Poly(2-(diethylamino)ethyl methacrylate)-grafted-AuNPs by Surface-Initiated Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization
  40. Conjugated-Protein Mimics with Molecularly Imprinted Reconstructible and Transformable Regions that are Assembled Using Space-Filling Prosthetic Groups
  41. Erratum to: Hydrophilic molecularly imprinted polymers for bisphenol A prepared in aqueous solution
  42. Two-layer reflectometric interference spectroscopy-based immunosensing for C-reactive protein
  43. Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Nanosensing of C-Reactive Protein with Poly(2-methacryloyloxyethyl phosphorylcholine)-Grafted Gold Nanoparticles Prepared by Surface-Initiated Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization
  44. Fluorescent protein-imprinted polymers capable of signal transduction of specific binding events prepared by a site-directed two-step post-imprinting modification
  45. Precisely controlled molecular imprinting of glutathione-s-transferase by orientated template immobilization using specific interaction with an anchored ligand on a gold substrate
  46. Exploration of interactions between membrane proteins embedded in supported lipid bilayers and their antibodies by reflectometric interference spectroscopy-based sensing
  47. Fluorescent molecularly imprinted polymer thin films for specific protein detection prepared with dansyl ethylenediamine-conjugated O-acryloyl l-hydroxyproline
  48. Simple immobilization of antibody in organic/inorganic hybrid thin films for immunosensing
  49. Hydrophilic molecularly imprinted polymers for bisphenol A prepared in aqueous solution
  50. Microfluidic reflectometric interference spectroscopy-based sensing for exploration of protein–protein interaction conditions
  51. Molecularly imprinted polymers prepared using protein-conjugated cleavable monomers followed by site-specific post-imprinting introduction of fluorescent reporter molecules
  52. Supraparticles comprised of molecularly imprinted nanoparticles and modified gold nanoparticles as a nanosensor platform
  53. Fabrication of Carboxylated Silicon Nitride Sensor Chips for Detection of Antigen–Antibody Reaction Using Microfluidic Reflectometric Interference Spectroscopy
  54. Dummy Template-Imprinted Polymers for Bisphenol A Prepared Using a Schiff Base-Type Template Molecule with Post-Imprinting Oxidation
  55. Label-free detection of C-reactive protein using reflectometric interference spectroscopy-based sensing system
  56. SPR Sensing of Bisphenol A Using Molecularly Imprinted Nanoparticles Immobilized on Slab Optical Waveguide with Consecutive Parallel Au and Ag Deposition Bands Coexistent with Bisphenol A-Immobilized Au Nanoparticles
  57. Label-free detection of glycoproteins using reflectometric interference spectroscopy-based sensing system with upright episcopic illumination
  58. Protein imprinted TiO2-coated quantum dots for fluorescent protein sensing prepared by liquid phase deposition
  59. Fluorescent protein recognition polymer thin films capable of selective signal transduction of target binding events prepared by molecular imprinting with a post-imprinting treatment
  60. Highly selective bisphenol A—imprinted polymers prepared by atom transfer radical polymerization
  61. Flexible humidity sensor in a sandwich configuration with a hydrophilic porous membrane
  62. Molecularly Imprinted Tunable Binding Sites Based on Conjugated Prosthetic Groups and Ion-Paired Cofactors
  63. Characteristic Fluorescence Behavior of Dialkynylpyrene Derivatives in Hydrophobic Cavity of Protein
  64. A Molecularly Imprinted Polymer for the Reconstruction of a Molecular Recognition Region
  65. Molecular imprinting of proteins emerging as a tool for protein recognition
  66. Optimization of Functional Monomer Content in Protein‐Imprinted Polymers
  67. Protein-Templated Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Materials Prepared by Liquid-Phase Deposition
  68. Surface plasmon resonance sensor for lysozyme based on molecularly imprinted thin films
  69. l-Lysine-linked anthracenophane derived from thermodynamically controlled intermediates
  70. Photoresponsive porphyrin-imprinted polymers prepared using a novel functional monomer having diaminopyridine and azobenzene moieties
  71. Protein profiling by protein imprinted polymer array
  72. Crystallized Protein-imprinted Polymer Chips
  73. Atrazine-imprinted Microspheres Prepared Using a Microfluidic Device
  74. Dopamine selective molecularly imprinted polymers via post-imprinting modification
  75. Molecularly imprinted polymers with halogen bonding-based molecular recognition sites
  76. Multivariate Analysis and Experimental Design in the Screening of Combinatorial Libraries of Molecular Imprinted Polymers
  77. Synthesis of an extended hexagonal molecule as a highly symmetrical ligand
  78. Fluorescent Imprinted Polymers Prepared with 2-Acrylamidoquinoline as a Signaling Monomer
  79. Molecularly Imprinted Polymers with Signaling Function Based on the UV–Vis Spectral Change by Diastereoselective Binding Events
  80. Bisphenol A Analog-Imprinted Polymers Prepared by an Immobilized Template on a Modified Silica Microsphere Matrix
  81. Signaling molecularly imprinted polymers: molecular recognition-based sensing materials
  82. Covalent molecular imprinting of bisphenol A using its diesters followed by the reductive cleavage with LiAlH4
  83. Synthetic polymers adsorbing bisphenol�A and its analogues prepared by covalent molecular imprinting using bisphenol�A dimethacrylate as a template molecule
  84. Bisphenol A-recognition polymers prepared by covalent molecular imprinting
  85. Chiral recognition of octadentate Na+ complex with tetra-armed cyclen by molecularly imprinted polymers
  86. Atrazine transformation using synthetic enzymes prepared by molecular imprinting
  87. Atrazine Sensor Based on Molecularly Imprinted Polymer-Modified Gold Electrode
  88. Multiple hydrogen bonding-based fluorescent imprinted polymers for cyclobarbital prepared with 2,6-bis(acrylamido)pyridine
  89. Atrazine sensor based on a nano chemical receptor modified electrode
  90. Novel strategy for molecular imprinting of phenolic compounds utilizing disulfide templates
  91. Synthetic receptors prepared by organized assembly of organic molecules
  92. Post-oxidative conversion of thiol residue to sulfonic acid in the binding sites of molecularly imprinted polymers: Disulfide based covalent molecular imprinting for basic compounds
  93. Molecular recognition by indoleacetic acid-imprinted polymers - effects of 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate content
  94. Preparation of sterol-imprinted polymers with the use of 2-(methacryloyloxy)ethyl phosphate
  95. Surface plasmon resonance sensor using molecularly imprinted polymer for detection of sialic acid
  96. Molecularly Imprinted Polymers with Metalloporphyrin-Based Molecular Recognition Sites Coassembled with Methacrylic Acid
  97. Combinatorial Molecular Imprinting for Formation of Atrazine Decomposing Polymers
  99. Synthesis of 5-fluorouracil-imprinted polymers with multiple hydrogen bonding interactions
  100. Solid-phase extraction with a dibutylmelamine-imprinted polymer as triazine herbicide-selective sorbent
  101. Molecularly Imprinted Fluorescent-Shift Receptors Prepared with 2-(Trifluoromethyl)acrylic Acid
  102. Molecular Imprinting of Biotin Derivatives and Its Application to Competitive Binding Assay Using Nonisotopic Labeled Ligands
  103. Molecularly Imprinted Polymer as 9-Ethyladenine Receptor Having a Porphyrin-Based Recognition Center
  104. Atrazine-Selective Polymers Prepared by Molecular Imprinting of Trialkylmelamines as Dummy Template Species of Atrazine
  105. Molecularly Imprinted Polymer-Coated Quartz Crystal Microbalance for Detection of Biological Hormone
  106. Application of indoleacetic acid-imprinted polymer to solid phase extraction
  107. Separation and sensing based on molecular recognition using molecularly imprinted polymers
  108. Combinatorial Molecular Imprinting:  An Approach to Synthetic Polymer Receptors
  109. Effects of 2-Hydroxyethyl Methacrylate on Polymer Network and Interaction in Hydrophilic Molecularly Imprinted Polymers.
  110. Application of a linear alkylbenzene sulfonate biosensor to river water monitoring1
  111. Molecular recognition in cinchona alkaloid molecular imprinted polymer rods
  112. Synthesis of castasterone selective polymers prepared by molecular imprinting
  113. Molecularly imprinted polymers which mimic multiple hydrogen bonds between nucleotide bases
  114. Molecularly imprinted receptor having metalloporphyrin-based signaling binding site
  115. Design and Preparation of Molecularly Imprinted Atrazine-Receptor Polymers: Investigation of Functional Monomers and Solvents.
  116. Stereoselective recognition of dipeptide derivatives in molecularly imprinted polymers which incorporate an l-valine derivative as a novel functional monomer
  117. Determination of Damaged Starch and Diastatic Activity in Wheat Flour Using a Flow-Injection Analysis Biosensor Method
  118. Enzymatic screening of microalgae as a potential source of natural antioxidants
  119. 2-(Trifluoromethyl)acrylic acid: a novel functional monomer in non-covalent molecular imprinting
  120. Sialic acid-imprinted polymers using noncovalent interactions
  121. A Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Rod as Nicotine Selective Affinity Media Prepared With 2-(Trifluoromethyl)acrylic Acid
  122. Solid-phase Extraction of a Triazine Herbicide Using a Molecularly Imprinted Synthetic Receptor
  123. Metal ion mediated recognition in molecularly imprinted polymers
  124. A novel biosensor system for the determination of phosphate
  125. Highly stereoselective molecularly imprinted polymer synthetic receptors for cinchona alkaloids
  126. Phosphate sensing system using pyruvate oxidase and chemiluminescence detection
  127. Bis-imidazolyl cleft-shaped mimic of the active site of ribonuclease A
  128. A molecularly imprinted synthetic polymer receptor selective for atrazine
  129. Fluoro-functionalized Molecularly Imprinted Polymers Selective for Herbicides
  130. Nonisotopic Receptor Assay for Benzodiazepine Drugs Using Time-Resolved Fluorometry
  131. Atrazine-selective Polymer Prepared by Molecular Imprinting Technique
  132. Quantitative determination of cyanobacteria in mixed phytoplankton assemblages by an in vivo fluorimetric method
  133. Recognition of barbiturates in molecularly imprinted copolymers using multiple hydrogen bonding
  134. A flexible biosensor for glucose
  135. Chemiluminescence Detection of Red Tide Phytoplankton Chattonella marina
  136. Rod-Type Affinity Media for Liquid Chromatography Prepared by in-situ-Molecular Imprinting.
  137. In vivo fluorometric method for early detection of cyanobacterial waterblooms
  138. Gas-Phase Biosensor for Ethanol
  139. Micromachined electrochemical flow cell for biosensing
  140. Biosensing based on NADH detection coupled to electrogenerated chemiluminescence from ruthenium tris(2,2′-bipyridine)
  141. Total urinary protein sensor based on a piezoelectric quartz crystal
  142. Effect of medium used in first stage culturing on red pigment formation in suspension culture of Carthamus tinctorius
  143. Elicitor for red pigment formation in Carthamus tinctorius cultured cells
  144. Micromachined Enzyme Reactor for FIA System
  145. Multisample Analysis Using an Array of Microreactors for an Alternating-Current Field-Enhanced Latex Immunoassay
  146. Flexible conductometric sensor
  147. Integration of enzyme-immobilized column with electrochemical flow cell using micromachining techniques for a glucose detection system
  148. Behavior of cell aggregate of Carthamus tinctorius L. cultured cells and correlation with red pigment formation
  149. Micro-choline sensor for acetylcholinesterase determination
  150. Molecular recognition in continuous polymer rods prepared by a molecular imprinting technique
  151. Selective flow-injection determination of methanol in the presence of ethanol based on a multi-enzyme system with chemiluminescence detection
  152. A novel BOD sensor based on bacterial luminescence
  153. Photosynthetic activity sensor for microalgae based on an oxygen electrode integrated with optical fibres
  154. Ultra micro glutamate sensor using platinized carbon-fiber electrode and integrated counter electrode
  155. Nafion-coated carbon fiber for acetylcholine and choline sensors
  156. Mediated micro-glucose sensors using 2 μm platinum electrodes
  157. Tolerance of microalgae to high CO2 and high temperature
  158. Carbon dioxide fixation by a unicellular green alga Oocystis sp
  159. Direct electron transfer reaction of a blue protein fromAlcaligenes faecalis strain 6
  160. Electrocatalysis of nitrite reductase fromAlcaligenes faecalis strain 6 mediated by native redox partner
  161. Biotinylated 1012-S conjugate as a probe ligand for benzodiazepine receptors: Characterization of receptor binding sites and receptor assay for benzodiazepine drugs
  162. Non-isotopic receptor assay for benzodiazepines using a biotin-labeled ligand and biotin-immobilized microtiter plate
  163. Mechanized assay of serum cholinesterase by specific colorimetric detection of released acid
  164. Biotin binding assay utilizing avidin—peroxidase conjugate and iminobiotin immobilized on polystyrene beads
  165. Nonisotopic receptor-binding assay for benzodiazepine receptors utilizing a fluorophore labeled ligand
  166. Continuous separation of lanthanides by counter-current fractional extraction
  167. Direct enantiomeric separation of β-amino acids and β-amino alcohols by ligand-exchange chromatography
  168. Enantioselective solubilization of DL-amino acids in organic solvents containing N-alkyl-L-proline derivatives and copper(II) ions
  169. Enzymic solid-phase assay for biotin and a biotin-benzodiazepine conjugate
  170. Resolution of DL-Valine by Countercurrent Solvent Extraction with Continuous Sample Feeding
  171. Flow injection determination of drugs by specific detection of carboxylic acids
  172. Enantioselective solvent extraction of neutral DL-amino acids in two-phase systems containing N-n-alkyl-L-proline derivatives and copper(II) ion
  173. Complete resolution of dl-isoleucine by droplet counter-current chromatography