A High Throughput and High Selective Chemiluminescence Method for Quantification of Bifenthrin Based on Molecularly Imprinted Film
One novel highly cross-linked, shape-controllable molecularly imprinted sol-gel film (MISF) with good thermal and chemical stability and three-dimensional network porous structure has been developed. The binding characteristic of the imprinted film to bifenthrin was evaluated by equilibrium binding experiments and imprinting-induced promotion of binding. The MISF was modified into the wells of 96 micro-well plate combined with chemiluminescence (CL) technology to establish the molecular imprinting-chemiluminescence (MI-CL) sensor. The high throughput and high selective detection sensor of bifenthrin was applied in vegetable and food samples with satisfactory results.
Shiquan Liu and Min Zuo
D. J. Zang et al., "A High Throughput and High Selective Chemiluminescence Method for Quantification of Bifenthrin Based on Molecularly Imprinted Film", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 306-307, pp. 663-666, 2011