Her primary scientific interests are in Molecularly imprinted polymer, Molecular imprinting, Polymer, Polymerization and Monomer. Elena V. Piletska has researched Molecularly imprinted polymer in several fields, including Nanoparticle, Chemical engineering, Nanotechnology and Chromatography. Her Molecular imprinting research includes elements of Electrochemical gas sensor, Cyclic voltammetry, Polymer chemistry and Polypyrrole.
Her study in Polymer chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Membrane structure and Membrane. Her work deals with themes such as Combinatorial chemistry and High-performance liquid chromatography, which intersect with Polymer. In her study, Ammonium persulfate and Aniline is inextricably linked to Polystyrene, which falls within the broad field of Monomer.
Her primary areas of investigation include Molecularly imprinted polymer, Polymer, Chromatography, Molecular imprinting and Polymerization. The Molecularly imprinted polymer study combines topics in areas such as Nanoparticle, Chemical engineering, Membrane, Combinatorial chemistry and Monomer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Selectivity and Solid-phase synthesis in addition to Combinatorial chemistry.
Her Polymer research incorporates elements of Molecule, Adsorption and Aqueous solution. Her research in Molecular imprinting intersects with topics in Methacrylic acid, Affinity chromatography and Peptide. Her Polymerization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Molecular recognition, Polymer chemistry and Microtiter plate.
Elena V. Piletska focuses on Molecularly imprinted polymer, Chromatography, Nanoparticle, Molecular imprinting and Combinatorial chemistry. The concepts of her Molecularly imprinted polymer study are interwoven with issues in Nanotechnology, Biosensor, Nuclear chemistry, Polymer and Solid-phase synthesis. Elena V. Piletska studies Polymerization, a branch of Polymer.
Her studies deal with areas such as Membrane and Monomer as well as Chromatography. The various areas that Elena V. Piletska examines in her Nanoparticle study include Selectivity, Molecule and Pepsin. Her Molecular imprinting study combines topics in areas such as Affinity chromatography, Polymeric nanoparticles and Peptide.
Elena V. Piletska mainly investigates Molecularly imprinted polymer, Chromatography, Molecular imprinting, Detection limit and Nanoparticle. Her work carried out in the field of Molecularly imprinted polymer brings together such families of science as Polymeric nanoparticles and Monomer. Her Chromatography study incorporates themes from Membrane and Polymer.
Elena V. Piletska interconnects Potentiometric sensor, Ionic strength, Solid phase extraction and Polymerization in the investigation of issues within Membrane. Her Molecular imprinting research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Solid-phase synthesis and Enzyme. Her work on Dynamic light scattering as part of general Nanoparticle study is frequently linked to Gentamicin, Conjugate and Capture antibody, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
This overview was generated by a machine learning system which analysed the scientist’s body of work. If you have any feedback, you can contact us here.
Surface-Grafted Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Protein Recognition
Alessandra Bossi;Sergey A. Piletsky;Elena V. Piletska;Pier Giorgio Righetti.
Analytical Chemistry (2001)
Electrochemical Sensor for Catechol and Dopamine Based on a Catalytic Molecularly Imprinted Polymer-Conducting Polymer Hybrid Recognition Element
Dhana Lakshmi;Alessandra Bossi;Michael J. Whitcombe;Iva Chianella.
Analytical Chemistry (2009)
Recognition of ephedrine enantiomers by molecularly imprinted polymers designed using a computational approach
S. A. Piletsky;K. Karim;E. V. Piletska;C. J. Day.
Surface Functionalization of Porous Polypropylene Membranes with Molecularly Imprinted Polymers by Photograft Copolymerization in Water
Sergey A. Piletsky;Heike Matuschewski;Uwe Schedler;André Wilpert.
How to find effective functional monomers for effective molecularly imprinted polymers
Kal Karim;Florent Breton;Regis Rouillon;Elena V. Piletska.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (2005)
Solid-Phase Synthesis of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Nanoparticles with a Reusable Template - "Plastic Antibodies".
Alessandro Poma;Antonio Guerreiro;Michael J. Whitcombe;Elena V. Piletska.
Advanced Functional Materials (2013)
Substitution of antibodies and receptors with molecularly imprinted polymers in enzyme-linked and fluorescent assays.
Sergey A Piletsky;Elena V Piletska;Alessandra Bossi;Khalku Karim.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2001)
‘Bite-and-Switch’ approach using computationally designed molecularly imprinted polymers for sensing of creatinine
Sreenath Subrahmanyam;Sergey A Piletsky;Elena V Piletska;Beining Chen.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2001)
Chemical grafting of molecularly imprinted homopolymers to the surface of microplates. Application of artificial adrenergic receptor in enzyme-linked assay for beta-agonists determination.
Sergey A. Piletsky;Elena V. Piletska;Beining Chen;Khalku Karim.
Analytical Chemistry (2000)
Effect of the solvent on recognition properties of molecularly imprinted polymer specific for ochratoxin A.
Nicholas W. Turner;Elena V. Piletska;Khalku Karim;Michael Whitcombe.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2004)
If you think any of the details on this page are incorrect, let us know.
We appreciate your kind effort to assist us to improve this page, it would be helpful providing us with as much detail as possible in the text box below: