Microchimica Acta

, 185:46 | Cite as

Boronate-modified hollow molecularly imprinted polymers for selective enrichment of glycosides

  • Yue Hu
  • Qinfei Xia
  • Wei Huang
  • Xingyu Hou
  • Miaomiao Tian
Original Paper
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Abstract

D-Glucose was used as a dummy template in a strategy to fabricate boronate-based hollow molecularly imprinted polymers (h-MIPs) for the recognition of glycosides. 3-Aminophenylboronic acid (APBA) was selected as the functional monomer to impart glycoside binding capability. A polystyrene core was synthesized via an emulsifier-free emulsion polymerization. It was then be corroded to form a hollow structure where the binding sites on the inner surface can be fully utilized. Adsorption studies indicate that the resulting h-MIPs can specifically recognize glycosides. The h-MIPs were applied as a sorbent for solid phase extraction of the glycosides (daidzin, glycitin, rutin, and genistin) in soy products. Following desorption with 1% TFA in acetonitrile-water (3:7, v/v), the glycosides were quantified by HPLC with UV detection. The detection limits for the glycosides range from 3.5 to 10.8 ng·mL−1.

Graphical abstract

Boronate-affinity hollow molecularly imprinted polymers using D-glucose as dummy template were prepared as solid phase extraction adsorbents for selective enrichment of glycosides in soy products prior to quantitation by HPLC-UV.

Keywords

D-glucose Dummy template H-MIPs APBA PS Sorbent Soy products 

Notes

Compliance with ethical standards

The author(s) declare that they have no competing interests.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Key Laboratory of Photochemical Biomaterials and Energy Storage Materials, Heilongjiang Province, College of Chemistry and Chemical EngineeringHarbin Normal UniversityHarbinPeople’s Republic of China

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