Showing profile for Dr Andy Hall PhD
Senior Lecturer in Chemistry. Interim Head of Chemistry & Drug Delivery. Position: University of Kent Institution: Medway School of Pharmacy Department: Anson Building Address: Central Avenue Chatham Maritime Chatham, Kent GB, ME4 4TB Web: http://www.msp.ac.uk/about/staff/andrew-hall.html Email: A.Hall@kent.ac.uk Telephone:
+44 (0)1634 883927
Social media and scholarly resources Twitter: https://twitter.com/@monomerman LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andy-hall-6201457/ ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8849-7063 Scopus author id: https://scopus.com/7403288756 Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andrew_Hall5 Personal statement:
I come at imprinting from the polymer synthesis and supramolecular chemistry angles.
In our labs, we are concerned with ways to make MIPs better, starting from the building blocks - monomers and templates - and working our way up.
We are also engaged in research into nanoparticles for diagnostic & therapeutic applications and on low molecular weight supramolecular hydrogelators for biomedical & cosmetic applications.
Selected Publications: 1:
Quaglia M     et al., Target analogue imprinted polymers with affinity for folic acid and related compounds. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 123, (10), 2146-2154, (2001) 2:
Sellergren B     et al., Layer-by-layer grafting of molecularly imprinted polymers via iniferter modified supports. Advanced Materials, 14, (17), 1204-1208, (2002) 3:
Manesiotis P     et al., An enantioselective imprinted receptor for Z-glutamate exhibiting a binding induced color change. Chemical Communications, (20), 2278-2279, (2004) 4:
Hall AJ     et al., Urea host monomers for stoichiometric molecular imprinting of oxyanions. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 70, (5), 1732-1736, (2005) 5:
Manesiotis P     et al., An artificial riboflavin receptor prepared by a template analogue imprinting strategy. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 44, (25), 3902-3906, (2005) 6:
Urraca JL     et al., A Stoichiometric Molecularly Imprinted Polymer for the Class-Selective Recognition of Antibiotics in Aqueous Media. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 45, (31), 5158-5161, (2006) 7:
Emgenbroich M     et al., A Phosphotyrosine-Imprinted Polymer Receptor for the Recognition of Tyrosine Phosphorylated Peptides. Chemistry - A European Journal, 14, (31), 9516-9529, (2008)
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