Advanced Molecular Imprinting Materials (Advanced Materials Book Series)

Advanced Molecularly Imprinting Materials

Ashutosh Tiwari, Lokman Uzun

Hardcover: 720 pages    Publisher: WILEY-Scrivener,USA

Language: English         ISBN: 978-1-119-33629-7

From the Editor

Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) are a thoughtful functional material due to their potential implications in the diverse research fields. The range of affinity materials have been developed for separation, environmental, biomedical and sensor applications. In this book, the chapters are clustered into two main sections: strategies of affinity materials and rational design of MIP for advanced applications. In accordance to the main practice with MIPs, the recent advances in producing MIPs for sample design, preparation and characterizations are covered in the first part. In the second part, the distinguished authors summarized the importance and novelty of creation of recognition imprinted on the materials and surfaces for sensors, biomedical environmental and food safety for example microbial detections, drug delivery, cantilever sensor systems, chemical vapor sensing in human odour and virus monitoring.

In the terms of Advanced Materials, molecularly imprinted polymers are a kind of the applied materials due to their potential uses. Therefore, the number of research and review articles beside the related books has drastically appeared in the last decades. These materials, considered as artificial recognition elements, are comprehensively evaluated as advanced smart materials for separation, environmental and biomedical sciences, and biosensor applications. In this respect, we could not ignore these materials in the term of Advanced Materials Book Series and are very proud to share this book with you. It followed by the milestone applications as affinity adsorbent for environmental biotechnology and solid-phase extraction. The controlled drug release applications were summarized in two different perspectives, enhancing the material properties and adjusting release kinetics.

In this book, we clustered the chapters into two main sections: MIPs as adsorbent and MIPS as recognition element. In accordance to the main practice with MIPs, the recent advances in producing MIPs for sample preparation was the first stage for the book. Then, we created smooth transition from separation science to sensors by MIPs application for food safety. In the second cluster, the distinguished authors summarized the importance and novelty of creation of biorecognition imprinted on the biosensor surfaces. Further, MIP-based sensors for biomedical and environmental applications, fluorescent sensors, fiber optic sensing platforms were compiled by eminent authors. In addition, we finalized the book with three interesting chapters including advanced imprinted materials for cantilever sensor systems, chemical vapor sensing in human odor and virus monitoring.   In the chapter 1, the author summarized recent advances in molecularly imprinted materials for sample preparation purpose. In this conjunction, another author compiled a genuine combination of solvent free sample preparation technique and molecularly imprinted nanomaterials in Chapter 2. Fluorescent molecularly imprinted materials and recent progress were summarized in Chapter 3. Chapter 4 included some novel applications of imprinted materials as micro- and nanotraps for solid phase extraction purpose. The authors summarized the carbonaceous imprinted materials with attractive applications for selective and specific analysis in Chapter 5. The last chapter of the first part (Chapter 6) summarized the use of imprinted materials as fiber optic sensor platform. In the second part, we combined the rational design of imprinted materials for advanced applications. Herein, biomedical and environmental applications of imprinted materials based sensors were compiled in Chapter 7. Moreover, Chapter 8 summarized the environmental biotechnology applications of imprinted materials. The authors summarized the molecularly imprinting technology for sensing and separation in food safety in Chapter 9. The one of the pioneer author compiled the advanced imprinted materials for virus monitoring in Chapter 10, which is the first comprehensive review in the related literature. In Chapter 11 and 12, the authors summarized the drug delivery and controlled release applications of the imprinted materials while focusing on releasing kinetics and materials development strategies, respectively. Chapter 13 included the novel creation strategies of biorecognition imprints on the biosensor surfaces. In Chapter 14, the authors figured out the recent application of imprinted materials for sensing of volatile organic compounds in human body odour. Finally, the authors compiled the attractive application of imprinted materials as a recognition element on the microcantilever sensor system.

In this context, this volume in the Advanced Materials Book Series includes 15 chapters with the excellent efforts of distinguished researchers from eleven different countries with more than twenty different academic and industrial affiliations. This wide readership including university students and researchers from diverse backgrounds such as physics, chemistry and chemical engineering, materials science and nanotechnology engineering, electrical and computer engineering, biomedical engineering, environmental sciences, food sciences, life sciences, pharmacy, veterinary, medicine, military academy, and biotechnology. It can be used not only as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate students but also as a review and reference book for researchers in the materials science, bioengineering, medical, physics, forensics, agriculture, biotechnology, food safety, and nanotechnology arenas. We hope that the chapters of this book will provide the reader with valuable insight into molecularly imprinted polymers as advanced smart materials in respect to the different prominent features in novel designs and future applications.

Description of Book-

Part 1: Strategies of affinity materials

 Chapter 1

Recent molecularly imprinted polymer-based methods for sample preparation

Antonio Martín-Esteban, Spain

 Chapter 2

A genuine combination of solvent-free sample preparation technique and molecularly imprinted nanomaterials

Rashmi Madhuri, India

Chapter 3

Fluorescent molecularly imprinted polymers (fMIPs)

Knut Rurack, Germany

Chapter 4

Molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) based micro- and nanotraps for solid phase extraction (SPE)

Ridvan Say, Turkey

Chapter 5 

Imprinted carbonaceous nanomaterials: A tiny looking big thing in the field of selective and specific analysis

Rashmi Madhuri, India

Chapter 6

Molecularly imprinted materials for fiber optic sensor platforms

Müfrettin Murat Sari, Turkey

Part 2: Rational design of MIP for advanced applications

Chapter 7

Molecularly imprinted polymer based sensors for biomedical and environmental applications

Cecilia Cristea, Romania

Chapter 8

Molecularly imprinted polymers:  the affinity adsorbents for environmental biotechnology

Gizem Ertürk, Sweden

Chapter 9

Molecular imprinting technology for sensing and separation in food safety

Mehmet ODABAŞI, Turkey

Chapter 10 

Advanced imprinted materials for virus monitoring

Zeynep Altintas, Germany

Chapter 11

Design and evaluation of molecularly imprinted polymers as drug delivery systems

André Luís Morais Ruela, Brazil

Chapter 12

Molecularly imprinted materials for controlled release systems

Müfrettin Murat Sari, Turkey

Chapter 13

Molecular imprinting: The creation of biorecognition imprints on the biosensor surfaces

Gizem Ertürk, Sweden

Chapter 14 

Molecular imprinted polymers for sensing of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in human body odour

Sunil. Kr. Jha, Macedonia

Chapter 15

Development of molecularly imprinted polymer based microcantilever sensor system

Meltem Okan, Turkey

About the author

VBRI Group is an innovative and ambitious organization started by Dr. Ashutosh Tiwari (Chairman and managing director).
VBRI group majorly deals with research, technology and innovation. The technology developed and adopted here is for the betterment of rural area and deals with the issues related to agriculture, health and education. It’s a group of companies, comprises VBRI Foundation, VBRI Education, VBRI Events, VBRI Press and VBRI Technology.

The group-business has witnessed expansion in various domain by providing appropriate solution and consultancy through world class platform.

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