报告题目：Nanostructured polymers for the chemosensing of proteins and small molecules
Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) represent an excellent example of synthetic systems that mimic the recognition encountered in nature. MIPs are synthetic materials prepared by co-polymerization, in a porogenic solvent, with functional and cross-linking monomers in the presence of a template. This template can be similar to the target substance or be the target itself- the analyte - that the polymer should subsequently selectively recognize. This templating induces three-dimensional binding sites in the polymer that are complementary to the template in size, shape, and chemical functionality. This synthetic antibody-mimicking polymer can recognize and bind its target with an affinity and selectivity similar to a natural antibody. The preparation of imprinted polymer in the form of nanoparticles has received much consideration because of their excellent binding efficiency compared to a polymer synthesized in film or bulk. The redox-active molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles can be applied for redox-probe free selective voltammetric determination of glyphosate.
报告人姓名：Piyush Sindhu Sharma
报告人简介：Piyush Sindhu Sharma，mainly focused on the development and application of molecularly imprinted polymers (MIP), and developed a unique electrochemical semi-covalent molecular imprinting technology, designed and prepared a variety of specific biomolecular imprinted conductive polymers, combined with electrochemical sensors. It realizes high-sensitivity sensing of biomolecules such as proteins and hormones.
报告人单位(英文)：Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences,