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Brás ARE, Henriques S, Casimiro T, Aguiar-Ricardo A, Sotomayor J, CALDEIRA J, Santos C, Dionísio M. "Characterization of a nematic mixture by reversed-phase HPLC and UV spectroscopy: An application to phase behaviour studies in liquid crystal-CO2 systems." Liquid Crystals. 2007;34(5):591-597. AbstractWebsite
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Brás ARE, Casimiro T, CALDEIRA J, Aguiar-Ricardo A. "Solubility of the nematic liquid crystal E7 in supercritical carbon dioxide." Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data. 2005;50(6):1857-1860. AbstractWebsite
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Bonifácio VDB, Correia VG, Pinho MG, Lima JC, Aguiar-Ricardo A. "Blue emission of carbamic acid oligooxazoline biotags." Materials Letters. 2012;81:205-208. AbstractWebsite
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Barroso T, Hussain A, Roque ACA, Aguiar-Ricardo A. "Functional monolithic platforms: Chromatographic tools for antibody purification." Biotechnology Journal. 2013;8(6):671-681. AbstractWebsite
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Barroso T, Temtem M, Casimiro T, Aguiar-Ricardo A. "Development of pH-responsive poly(methylmethacrylate-co-methacrylic acid) membranes using scCO2 technology. Application to protein permeation." Journal of Supercritical Fluids. 2009;51(1):57-66. AbstractWebsite
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Barroso T, Viveiros R, Costa E, Temtem M, Casimiro T, Aguiar-Ricardo A. "Development of switchable "smart" biomaterials using an environmental friendly technology.". In: Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings. Vol. 1220.; 2010:. Abstract
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Barroso T, Roque ACA, Aguiar-Ricardo A. "Bioinspired and sustainable chitosan-based monoliths for antibody capture and release." RSC Advances. 2012;2(30):11285-11294. AbstractWebsite
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Barroso T, Viveiros R, Temtem M, Casimiro T, Botelho do Rego AM, Aguiar-Ricardo A. "A Combined Strategy to Surface-Graft Stimuli-Responsive Hydrogels Using Plasma Activation and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide." ACS Macro Letters. 2012;1:356-360. AbstractWebsite

Differently shaped polymeric matrices were efficiently coated with stimuli-responsive hydrogels for a wide range of applications using a new methodology. By combining plasma surface activation and polymerization in supercritical media at mild conditions, we report the direct smart coating of microcarriers and membranes in gram-scale quantities with a scalable, green, and low-cost approach.

Barroso T, Viveiros R, Coelho M, Casimiro T, Botelho do Rego AM, Aguiar-Ricardo A. "Influence of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) and poly(N,N′-diethyl acrylamide) coatings on polysulfone/polyacrylonitrile-based membranes for protein separation." Polymers for Advanced Technologies. 2012;23:1381-1393. AbstractWebsite

Herein we describe the design and the assembly of temperature sensitive polysulfone (PS)/polyacrylonitrile (PAN) blend membranes using supercritical fluid technology. Blended membranes were prepared using the CO2-assisted phase inversion method, and their pores were coated with two thermoresponsive hydrogels-poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (PNIPAAm) and poly(N,N′-diethylacrylamide) (PDEAAm). Permeation experiments of bovine serum albumin (BSA) and lysozyme (LYS) solutions were used to evaluate the performance and temperature-responsive behavior of coated membranes. While membranes coated with PNIPAAm presented similar protein permeation profiles at temperatures below and above its lower critical solution temperature, PDEAAm coating imparted a temperature-responsive behavior to PS/PAN (90:10) membranes and selective permeation of proteins with different sizes. Copyright © 2011 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Barroso T, Temtem M, Hussain A, Aguiar-Ricardo A, Roque ACA. "Preparation and characterization of a cellulose affinity membrane for human immunoglobulin G (IgG) purification." Journal of Membrane Science. 2010;348(1-2):224-230. AbstractWebsite
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Barroso T, Temtem M, Casimiro T, Aguiar-Ricardo A. "Antifouling performance of poly(acrylonitrile)-based membranes: From green synthesis to application." Journal of Supercritical Fluids. 2011;56(3):312-321. AbstractWebsite
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