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Dr. Maria Kempe

Lund University, Sweden


Email: Maria.Kempe@med.lu.se


Qualifications

1994-1996 Postdoc, University of Minnesota, USA


Publications (Selected)

  1. Maria Kempe. Oxytocin receptor mimetics prepared by molecular imprinting, Lett. Peptide Science,2000, 7, 27-33. (8, 8)
  2. Maria Kempe, Giovanni Carlos Fiaccabrino, Maria C. Moreno-Bondi, Martin French, and Johannes A.van Rhijn. CREAM: Cartridges with molecularly imprinted recognition elements for antibiotic residuesmonitoring in milk, In Proceedings of the Euroresidue IV Conference on Residues of Veterinary Drugs in Food, L.A. van Ginkel and A. Ruiter, Eds.; Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM),Bilthoven, The Netherlands, Vol. 2, 2000; 655-657.
  3. Maria Kempe. Molecular imprints as stationary phases. In Encyclopedia of Separation Science, I.D Wilson, T.R. Adlard, C.F. Poole, and M. Cook, Eds.; Academic Press, London, UK, 2000: 2387-2397.
  4. Maria Kempe. Synthetic oxytocin receptors prepared by molecular imprinting. In Peptides for the New Millennium: Proceedings of the 16th American Peptide Symposium, G. B. Fields, J. P. Tam, and G.Barany, Eds.; Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2000: 534-535. (1)
  5. Maria Kempe. Molecularly imprinted polymers in enantiomer separations. In Techniques and instrumentation in analytical chemistry, vol. 23: Molecularly Imprinted Polymers. Man made mimics of antibodies and their application in analytical chemistry. B. Sellergren, Ed.; Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2001: 395-415.
  6. Josefine Cederfur and Maria Kempe. Development of wide-pore CLEAR supports for applications involving biological macromolecules. Polymer Bulletin, 2001, 46, 381-387. (6, 5)
  7. G. Egidi, M.C. Moreno-Bondi, M. Kempe, J.A. Van Rhijn, G.C. Fiaccabrino, and N.F. de Rooij.Fabrication and characterization of stop flow valves for fluid handling. In Boston Transducers ’03:Digest of Technical Papers, 12th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Acuators and Microsystems, Boston, MA, USA, June 8-12, 2003, p. 147–150.
  8. M.C. Moreno-Bondi, E. Benito-Pena, B. San Vicente, F. Navarro-Villoslada, M.E. deLeon, G. Orellana,S. Aparicio, J. Molina, M. Kempe, G.C. Fiaccabrino. Molecularly imprinted polymers as selective recognition elements for optical sensors based on fluorescent measurements. In Boston Transducers ’03:Digest of Technical Papers, 12th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Acuators and Microsystems, Boston, MA, USA, June 8-12, 2003, Vol. 2, p. 975-978.
  9. Josefine Cederfur, Yuxin Pei, Meng Zihui, and Maria Kempe. Synthesis and screening of molecularly imprinted polymer libraries selective for penicillin G. Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry, 2003, 5, 67-72. (39, 38)
  10. Maria Kempe. Studies on the cross-reactivity of synthetic oxytocin receptors prepared by molecular imprinting. In Peptides. Peptide Revolution: Genomics, Proteomics & Therapeutics, M. Chorev & T. K.Sawyer, Eds.; American Peptide Society, San Diego, CA, 2004: 756-757.
  11. Ana María Castro Franco and Maria Kempe. Wide-pore CLEAR: Resins for Solid-Phase Synthesis and Interactions of Resin-bound Ligands with Biological Macromolecules. InInnovation and Perspectives in Solid Phase Synthesis & Combinatorial Libraries, R. Epton, Ed.; Mayflower Scientific Ltd.:Kingswinford, England, 2004: 205-208.
  12. Henrik Kempe and Maria Kempe. Novel Method for the Synthesis of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Bead Libraries. Macromolecular Rapid Communications 2004, 25, 315-320. (39, 42).