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Título: Development of stimuli-responsive smart hydrogels using molecular imprinting and interpenetrating polymer networks
Autor: Oliveira, Tânia
Reitor, Patrícia
Oliveira, Daniela
Kadhirvel, Porkodi
Dias, Rolando
Costa, Mário
Palavras-chave: Molecular imprinting
Interpenetrating polymers
Stimuli-responsive
Hydrogels
Data: 2014
Editora: FEUP Edições
Citação: Oliveira, Tânia; Reitor, Patrícia; Oliveira, Daniela; Kadhirvel, Porkodi; Dias, Rolando; Costa, Mário (2014) - Development of stimuli-responsive smart hydrogels using molecular imprinting and interpenetrating polymer networks. In Chempor 2014. Porto, Portugal
Resumo: Different classes of stimuli-responsive smart hydrogels (SRSH) were synthesized in order to assess the usefulness of molecular imprinting and generation of interpenetrating polymer networks to obtain advanced materials with tailored properties/performance. Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain-Transfer (RAFT) polymerisation was exploited as an additional tool to increase the control on the formation process of these materials. Batch adsorption and frontal analysis (e.g. for 3-aminopyridine (3AMP) as depicted in the graphical abstract) techniques were used to quantify the affinity of different drugs with the produced SRSH. Stimulated drug release (e.g. due to temperature/pH changes) and protein immobilisation/release were also tested. Results obtained show that molecular imprinting and generation of interpenetrating networks are effective routes to obtain tailored materials with a particular affinity to selected template molecules.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10198/10427
Versão do Editor: http://chempor.ordemengenheiros.pt/pt/
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