Latest Molecular imprinting Stories

2013-07-11 15:50:39

Researchers from the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute in Nehru Marg, India have added another piece to the puzzle of how to synthesize an artificial nicotine receptor. Nicotine – the infamous principal component of tobacco – is responsible for smoking addition due to specific receptors in the brain that trigger the dopamine reward system. One of the most long-lasting goals of biomedical science and technology is to design and synthesize...

2008-08-05 12:00:41

MIPSolutions, Inc. (OTCBB: MSOL), a Nevada corporation with offices in Spokane, WA, today announced that third-party laboratory analyses has verified that the Company's recently developed MIP (Molecularly Imprinted Polymer) bead has successfully separated gold from a gold cyanide solution loaded with mercury without also removing mercury. The MIP bead was first pioneered at the Company's laboratory at the University of Utah's Research Park. This further verification of the performance of the...

2007-09-05 03:03:43

By Rao, T Prasada Prasad, K; Kala, R; Gladis, J Mary Toxic pesticides and heavy metals constitute an important class of pollutants that degrade the environment due to their persistent nature and their unavoidable use in increasing the agricultural output and industrial importance respectively. The design and development of portable devices such as sensors rather than laboratory based instruments in monitoring the above species at trace levels in real samples is prime challenge to analytical...

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