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MIP research is recognised by Chemistry - A European Journal, Nanoscale & Journal of Materials Chemistry B

Once again, outstanding MIP research has been recognised by some leading
Figure. 1 Zhao cover art (Chemistry - A European Journal)
journals from Wiley and the Royal Society of Chemistry with featured inner cover art. In the first case, the work of Prof Yan Zhao, Iowa State University, on the sequence-specific imprinting of peptides on the surface of cross-linked micelles was featured in a frontispiece in Chemistry - A European Journal last month. You can see the full sized artwork here. The artwork accompanies the article "Sequence‐Selective Recognition of Peptides in Aqueous Solution: A Supramolecular Approach through Micellar Imprinting", Y. Zhao, Chem. Eur. J., 2018, 24 (53), 14001-14009; DOI: 10.1002/chem.201801401 .

This has been followed by a similar feature on the work of Prof. Qiuyu Zhang and colleagues from the Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China in the Journal of Materials Chemistry B.
Figure. 2 Zhang cover art (Journal of Material Chemistry B)
Prof. Zhang's work on the synthesis of protein (BSA) imprinted micron sized particles is part of the 2018 Journal of Materials Chemistry B HOT Papers collection. The journal artwork accompanies the paper "Fabrication of micron-sized BSA-imprinted polymers with outstanding adsorption capacity based on poly(glycidyl methacrylate)/polystyrene (PGMA/PS) anisotropic microspheres", Y.F. Wang et al., J. Mater. Chem. B, 2018, 6 (37), 5860-5866; DOI: 10.1039/C8TB01423J . The paper can be downloaded without subscription (register for free on the RSC journals site, log-in and download the pdf).

Lastly work from the Institute of Chemistry at the Hebrew University of of Jerusalem,
Figure. 3 Mandler cover art (Nanoscale)
by Daniel Mandler and coworkers, on the electrochemical detection of linalool in the vapour phase is featured in the current issue of Nanoscale. The paper: "Core-shell nanoparticles for gas phase detection based on silver nanospheres coated with a thin molecularly imprinted polymer adsorbed on a chemiresistor", T. Shahar et al.Nanoscale,  2018, 10 (37), 17593-17602; DOI: 10.1039/C8NR01437J can also be downloaded free from the RSC.

Congratulations to all the featured authors. Remember, if you have something to tell the imprinting world about, why not post it here and let your colleagues around the world know about it. Don't be shy, we'd love to share your good news!


Posted on 5 October 2018 at 23:01:45 by Michael Whitcombe

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