Bin LI

Title: Molecularly imprinted polymers for applications in cosmetology. Author: Bin LI Date: 2013 National thesis number: 2013COMP2083 Abstract Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) are tailor-made synthetic receptors possessing specific cavities for a given target molecule. They are produced by introducing, into the polymer precursors, guest molecules that act as templates at…

Xuan Anh TON

Title: Fiber optic chemical sensors based on molecularly imprinted polymers for the detection of mycotoxins. Author: Xuan-Anh TON Date: 2013 National thesis number: 2013COMP2103 Abstract This thesis describes the development of highly selective fiber optic sensors using molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) as recognition elements associated with fluorescence for detection. Additionally,…

Héléne MARIE

Title: Elaboration of a new sensor based on molecularly imprinted polymers for the detection of molecules in physiological fluids. Author: Héléne MARIE Date: 2013 National thesis number: 2013COMP2128 Abstract This thesis aimed at elaborating an optical sensor to detect molecules in a biological fluid. Two steroids and a xenobiotic were…

Selim BEYAZIT

Title: Functional nanoparticles for biomedical applications. Author: Selim BEYAZIT Date: 2014 National thesis number: 2014COMP2163 Abstract This thesis describes the development of novel methods to obtain versatile, functional nanoparticles that can potentially be used for biomedical applications such as drug delivery, bioassays and bioimaging. Nanomaterials are versatile tools that have…

Jacqueline MAXIMILIEN

Title: Studies of the impact of core-shell polystyrene nanoparticles on cell membranes and biomimetic models. Author: Jacqueline MAXIMILIEN Date: 2015 National thesis number: 2015COMP2180 Abstract This project s aim was to study polymeric nanoparticle-membrane interactions using both live cells and biomimetic models with the idea to validate such nanoparticles for…

Yi ZHAO

Title: Degradable molecularly imprinted polymers-synthetic antibody mimics for the vectorization of active molecules. Author: Yi ZHAO Date: 2015 National thesis number: 2015COMP2189 Abstract Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) are biomimetic synthetic receptors that possess two of the most important features of biological antibodies the ability to recognize and bind specific target…

Zeinep Kaya

Title: Controlled and localized synthesis of molecularly imprinted polymers for chemical sensors. Author: Zeinep KAYA Date: 2015 National thesis number: 2015COMP2220 Abstract Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs), also referred to as plastic antibodies, are synthetic biomimetic receptors that are able to bind target molecules with similar affinity and specificity as natural…

Mira DAOUD ATTIEH

Title: Enzymatically initiated synthesis of biomimetic receptors based on molecularly imprinted polymers by free radical polymerization. Author: Mira DAOUD ATTIEH Date: 2016 National thesis number: 2016COMP2266 Abstract Enzyme-catalyzed synthesis of natural and synthetic polymers has been developed since several decades, as an eco-friendly process. Compared to the conventional methods, enzymes…

Maria Panagiotopoulou

Title: Organic-inorganic composite materials for specific recognition and optical detection of environmental, food  and biomedical analytes. Author: Maria PANAGIOTOPOULOU Date: 2016 National thesis number: 2016COMP2315 Abstract This thesis describes the state of the art in nanomaterials-based targeted bioimaging and introduces molecularly imprinted polymers, also termed plastic antibodies as novel biorecognition…

Sofia Nestora

Title: Molecularly imprinted polymers as selective sorbents for recognition in complex aqueous samples. Author: Sofia NESTORA Date: 2017 National thesis number: 2017COMP2346 Abstract In this thesis, we have demonstrated the feasibility of preparing highly selective molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) for recognition in complex aqueous matrices with applications in cosmetics and…