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Clickable molecularly imprinted nanoparticles

Terminal alkynyl and azide groups are introduced on the surface of molecularly imprinted core–shell nanoparticles using precipitation polymerization. These clickable groups enable simple nanoparticle conjugation and surface modification under mild reaction conditions, opening new opportunities for n... Full description

Journal Title: Chemical Communications 2011, Vol.47(21), pp.6096-6098
Main Author: Xu, Changgang
Other Authors: Ye, Lei
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ID: ISSN: 1359-7345 ; E-ISSN: 1364-548X ; DOI: 10.1039/c1cc11439e
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description: Terminal alkynyl and azide groups are introduced on the surface of molecularly imprinted core–shell nanoparticles using precipitation polymerization. These clickable groups enable simple nanoparticle conjugation and surface modification under mild reaction conditions, opening new opportunities for nanoparticle-based assays and chemical sensing.
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abstractTerminal alkynyl and azide groups are introduced on the surface of molecularly imprinted core–shell nanoparticles using precipitation polymerization. These clickable groups enable simple nanoparticle conjugation and surface modification under mild reaction conditions, opening new opportunities for nanoparticle-based assays and chemical sensing.
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