Showing profile for Dr Antonio Martin-Esteban
|Position: Senior Researcher|
Department: Department of Environment
Address: Carretera de A Coruña km 7
34 91 347 8774Fax:
34 91 347 4008Personal statement:At present, my research is conducted toward the development of improved sample preparation procedures for the determination of a wide range of contaminants both in food and in environmental samples by chromatographic techniques. One of his main area of research deals with the synthesis and subsequent use of molecularly imprinted polymers in sample preparation.
I am author (co-author) of more that 40 molecular imprinting-related papers and book chapters.Besides, I am Editor of the journal Molecular Imprinting (http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/molim) since it was launched by 2012.
Previous posts:Dates: 2002-2003Institution:
IRMM (JRC)Job title:
Postdoc researcherDates: 1998-2002Institution:
Universidad Europea de MadridJob title:
Associated lecturerDates: 1994-1997Institution:
Universidad Complutense de MadridJob title:
Predoctoral fellowSelected Publications:1: Sellergren B et al., Book chapter, The Use of Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Sampling and Sample Preparation,
In: Handbook of Sample Preparation, Pawliszyn J, Lord HL (Eds.) John Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, New Jersey, Ch. 23, 445-474, (2010)
2: Turiel E et al., Molecularly imprinted polymers for sample preparation: A review.
Analytica Chimica Acta, 668, (2), 87-99, (2010)
3: Barahona F et al., Synthesis of core-shell molecularly imprinted polymer microspheres by precipitation polymerization for the inline molecularly imprinted solid-phase extraction of thiabendazole from citrus fruits and orange juice samples.
Journal of Separation Science, 34, (2), 217-224, (2011)
4: Barahona F et al., Molecularly imprinted polymer grafted to porous polyethylene frits: A new selective solid-phase extraction format.
Journal of Chromatography A, 1218, (40), 7065-7070, (2011)
5: Barahona F et al., Supported liquid membrane-protected molecularly imprinted fibre for solid-phase microextraction of thiabendazole.
Analytica Chimica Acta, 694, (1-2), 83-89, (2011)
6: Martín-Esteban A et al., Book chapter, 2.17 - Molecularly Imprinted Polymers,
In: Comprehensive Sampling and Sample Preparation, Pawliszyn J (Ed.) Academic Press: Oxford, Ch. 17, 331-344, (2012)
7: Turiel E et al., Molecularly imprinted stir bars for selective extraction of thiabendazole in citrus samples.
Journal of Separation Science, 35, (21), 2962-2969, (2012)
8: Martín-Esteban A, Molecularly-imprinted polymers as a versatile, highly selective tool in sample preparation.
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 45, 169-181, (2013)
9: Díaz-Álvarez M et al., Supported liquid membrane-protected molecularly imprinted beads for micro-solid phase extraction of sulfonamides in environmental waters.
Journal of Chromatography A, 1357, 158-164, (2014)
10: Díaz-Álvarez M et al., Evaluation of electrochemically synthesized sulfadimethoxine-imprinted polymer for solid-phase microextraction of sulfonamides.
Journal of Molecular Recognition, 27, (6), 415-420, (2014)