Molecularly Imprinted Polymers
MIP Series is a family of compounds based on molecularly imprinted polymers for the selective extraction of different molecules. They can be produced with or without magnetic properties. Each MIP phase offers tailor-made selectivity for the extraction of trace analytes in complex matrices.
- Achieve lower detection limits through superior selectivity.
- Save time and reduce cost via robust and rapid methodology.
- Stable at broad pH ranges and high temperatures.
- Reduce ion suppression.
- Stringent quality control conditions.
|TEX-MIP||Selective retention of TEX (toluene, ethyl benzene and the three isomers of xylene) in aqueous samples.|
|1NAPH-MIP||Selective retention of 1-naphthylamine in aqueous samples.|
|1NAPH-magMIP||Magnetic MIP for the selective retention of 1-naphthylamine
|CA-MIP||Selective retention of caffeic acid in aqueous samples.|
|PAH-magMIP||Magnetic MIP for the selective retention of pyrene, fluoranthene,
benzo(k) fluoranthene and dibenzo(a,h) antracene in aqueous samples.
|TTC-MIP||Selective retention of tetracycline in aqueous samples, milk and honey extracts.|
Stationary phase in chromatographic columns and SPE (solid phase extraction) cartridges for the selective separation of different analytes
Controlled release systems of different molecules (drugs, antioxidants and antimicrobials)
Smart packaging systems incorporated into the container to detect the presence of pollutants, which are indicators of the quality and freshness of the packaged food
Optical sensor receptors
If you are interested in MIPs for other compounds we can design them for you.
Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org).