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Frantisek Svec

Review articles, book chapters, and books:

2015

82. Kurganov A. A., Svec F., Kanateva  A. Yu., Flow induced conformational transitions of macromolecules and their effect on chromatographic separations. Polymer 60, A1-A18, 2015 (DOI: 10.1016/j.polymer.2015.01.010)

81. Lv Y., Svec F., Advances and recent trends in the field of monolithic columns for chromatography, Anal. Chem. 87, 250-274, 2015 (DOI: 10.1021/ac504059c). 

2013

80.  Lv Y. , Tan T.,  Svec F., Molecular imprinting of proteins in polymers attached to the surface of nanomaterials for selective recognition of biomacromolecules. Biotech. Adv., 31, 1172-1186, 2013.  

2012

79. Krenkova J., Foret F., Svec F., Less common applications of monoliths: V. Monolithic scaffolds modified with nanostructures for chromatographic separations and tissue engineering.  J. Sep. Sci. 35, 1266-1283, 2012. 

78. Svec F., Quest for organic polymer-based monolithic columns affording enhanced efficiency in high performance liquid chromatography separations of small molecules in isocratic mode.  J. Chromatogr. A,1228, 250-262, 2012. 

2010

77.   Svec F., New developments in field of monoliths for chromatography. LC-GC Europe , 23 (5), 272-277, 2010.

76.  Nischang I., Brueggemann O., Svec F., Advances in the preparation of porous polymer monoliths in capillaries and microfluidic chips with focus on morphological aspects. Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 397, 953-960, 2010.  

75.  Svec F., New developments in field of monoliths for chromatography. LC-GC, 28 (4),18-23, 2010

74.  Svec F., Porous polymer monoliths: Amazingly wide variety of techniques enabling their preparation, J. Chromatogr. A. 1217, 902-924, 2010.

 2009

73.  Majors R., Svec F., What ever happened with CEC. LC-GC, 27, 1032-1039, 2009.

72. Germain J., Frechet J.M.J., Svec F., Nanoporous polymers for hydrogen storage. Small 5, 1098-1111, 2009.

71. Svec F., Capillary electrochromatography: Selected developments that caught my eye since the year 2000. Electrophoresis 30, S68-S82, 2009

70. Krenkova J., Svec F., Less common applications of monoliths: IV. Recent developments in immobilized enzyme reactors for proteomics and biotechnology. J. Sep. Sci. 32, 706-718, 2009.

        69. Svec F. , My favorite materials:  Porous polymer monoliths. J. Sep. Sci. 32, 3-9, 2009.

       68. Svec F. , What's currently going on in liquid chromatography. Chem. Lett. (Prague) 102, 266-270, 2009.

2008

67. Svec F. , What is hot in column technologies for liquid chromatography? Am. Lab. 40, 13-17, 2008.

66. Svec F., Stellan Hjerten's contribution to the development of monolithic stationary phases. Electrophoresis, 29, 1593-1603, 2008.

65. Svec F., Kurganov A. A., Less common applications of monoliths. III. Gas chromatography. J. Chromatogr. A, 1184, 281-295, 2008. 

2007

64. Svec F., Stachowiak T. B., Macroporous monoliths for chromatographic separations in microchannels. In Handbook of Capillary and Microchip Electrophoresis and Associated Microtechniques (3rd Edition) (Landers J., Ed.) Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, 2007, pp. 1297-1326.

63. Eeltink S., Svec F., Recent advances in the preparation and application of porous polymer-based monolithic stationary phases for capillary electrochromatography. Electrophoresis 28, 137-147, 2007.

2006

62. Svec F., Geiser L., Monolithic stationary phases for HPLC and sample preparation . LC-GC America, 24 (S4), 22-27, 2006.

61. Svec F., Less common applications of monoliths II: Preconcentration and solid phase extraction. J. Chromatogr. B 841, 52-64, 2006.  

60. Svec F., Huber C.G., Monolithic materials:  Promises, challenges, achievements. Anal. Chem. 78, 2100-107, 2006.  

59. Svec F., Less common applications of monoliths: I. Microscale protein mapping with proteolytic enzymes immobilized on monolithic supports. Electrophoresis 27, 947-961, 2006.

2005

58. Svec F., Porous monoliths: Stationary phases of choice for HPLC in various formats. Chinese J. Chromatogr. 23, 585-594, 2005.

57. Benes M., Horak D., Svec F. Methacrylate-based chromatographic media, J. Sep. Sci. 28, 1855-1875, 2005.  

56. Svec F., Recent developments in the field of monolithic stationary phases for capillary electrochromatography. J. Sep. Sci. 28, 729-745, 2005.

55. Svec F., High throughput peptide mass mapping using an integrated capillary device coupled to a mass spectrometer. LC-GC Europe, January, 17, 2-5, 2005.

2004

54. Svec F., Csaba Horvath's contribution to theory and practice of capillary electrochromatography. J. Sep. Sci. 27, 1255-1272, 2004

53. Svec F., Preparation and HPLC applications of rigid macroporous organic polymer monoliths. J. Sep. Sci. 27,  747-766, 2004.

52. Svec F., Porous monoliths: Emerging stationary phases for HPLC and related methods. LC-GC North America Suppl., June, pp. 18-21, 2004.

51. Svec F., Organic polymer monoliths as stationary phases for capillary HPLC. J. Sep. Sci. 27, 1419-1430, 2004.

50.  Stachowiak T. B., Svec F., Frechet J. M. J., Chip electrochromatography. J. Chromatogr. A 1044, 97-111, 2004.

49. Hilder E. F., Svec F., Frechet J. M. J., The development and application of polymeric monolithic stationary phases for capillary electrochromatography. J. Chromatogr. A 1044, 3-22, 2004.  

48. Svec F., Monolithic stationary phases for HPLC. Place of birth: Prague. Chem. Letters (Prague), 98, 232-238, 2004.

2003

47. Sykora D., Svec F., Frechet J. M. J., Petro M., Safir A. L., Rapid determination of molecular parameters of synthetic polymers using precipitation/redissolution HPLC and molded?monolithic column. In High Throughput Analysis. A Tool for Combinatorial Materials Science, Potyrailo R.A., Amis E.J., Eds., Kluwer Academic, New York, 2003, pp. 155-186.

46. Svec F., Porous monoliths: The newest generation of stationary phases for HPLC and related methods, LC-GC Europe, 16, 24-28, 2003.

45. Svec F., Tennikova T. B., Deyl. Z., Eds., Monolithic Materials: Preparation, Properties, and Applications. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003.

44. Svec F., Tennikova T. B., Historical review. In Monolithic Materials: Preparation, Properties, and Applications, Svec F., Tennikova T. B., Deyl. Z. (Eds.) Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003, pp. 1-18.

43. Svec F., Fréchet, J. M. J., Rigid macroporous organic polymer monoliths prepared by free radical polymerization. In Monolithic Materials: Preparation, Properties, and Applications, Svec F., Tennikova T. B., Deyl. Z. (Eds.) Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003, pp. 19-50.

42. Tennikova T. B., Svec F., Theoretical aspects of separation using short monolithic beds. In Monolithic Materials: Preparation, Properties, and Applications, Svec F., Tennikova T. B., Deyl. Z. (Eds.) Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003, pp. 351-372.

41. Sykora D., Svec F., Synthetic polymers. In Monolithic Materials: Preparation, Properties, and Applications, Svec F., Tennikova T. B., Deyl. Z. (Eds.) Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003, pp. 457-488.

40. Xie S., Jiang T., Svec F., Allington R. W., Solid phase extraction. In Monolithic Materials: Preparation, Properties, and Applications, Svec F., Tennikova T. B., Deyl. Z. (Eds.) Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003, pp. 687-698.

2002

39. Hilder E.F., Svec F., Fréchet J. M. J., Polymeric monolithic stationary phases for capillary electrochromatography. Electrophoresis 23, 3934-3953, 2002.

38. Svec F., Fréchet J. M. J., Hilder E. F., Peterson D. S., Rohr T., Photopolymerized and photografted porous polymer monoliths for fabrication of microfluidic analytical systems, In Micro Total Analysis Systems 2002, Baba Y., van den Berg A., Eds., Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht, 332-334, 2002.

37. Svec F., Capillary electrochromatography: A rapidly emerging separation method, Adv. Biochem. Eng. Biotechnol. 76, 1-47, 2002.

36. Xie, S., Allington, R. W., Fréchet J. M. J., Svec F., Porous Polymer Monoliths: An Alternative to Classical Beads, Adv. Biochem. Eng. Biotechnol. 76, 88-125, 2002.

35.Svec F. Organic Polymer Support Materials, in HPLC of Biological Macromolecules, Gooding K., Regnier F.E. (Eds.) Dekker, New York, 2002, pp.17-48.

2001

34. Svec F., Yu C., Rohr T., Fréchet J. M. J. Design of a toolbox for fabrication of analytical microfluidic systems using porous polymer monoliths. In Micro Total Analysis Systems 2001, Ramsey J.M., van den Berg A., Eds., Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht, pp. 643-645, 2001.

33. Deyl. Z., Svec F., Eds., Capillary Electrochromatography. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2001.

32. Svec F., Capillary column technology: continuous polymer monoliths. In Capillary Electrochromatography, Deyl. Z, Svec F., Eds., Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 183-240, 2001.

2000

31. Svec F., Wulff D., Fréchet J.M.J., Combinatorial approaches to recognition of chirality: Preparation and use of materials for the separation of enantiomers. In Chiral Separation Techniques, 2nd Edition, Subramanian G., Ed., Wiley-VCH, p. 57-94, 2000.

30. Lämmerhofer M., Svec F., Fréchet J.M.J., Lindner W., Separation of enantiomers by capillary electrochromatography. Trends Anal. Chem. 19, 676-698, 2000.

29. Svec F., Peters E. C., D. Sýkora, Fréchet J. M. J.,  Design of the monolithic polymers used in capillary electrochromatography columns. J. Chromatogr. A 887, 3-29, 2000.

28. Svec F., Peters E. C., Sýkora D., Yu C., Fréchet J. M. J., Monolithic stationary phases for capillary electrochromatography based on synthetic polymers: Designs and applications. HRC- J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 23, 3-18, 2000.

1999

27. Peters E. C., Svec F., Fréchet J. M. J., Rigid macroporous polymer monoliths Adv. Mat. 11, 1169-1181, 1999.

26. Svec F., Fréchet J.M.J., Molded rigid monolithic porous polymers: An inexpensive, efficient, and versatile alternative to porous beads for the design of materials with high flow characteristics for numerous applications. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 38, 34-48, 1999.

OLDER

25. Svec F., Fréchet J.M.J., Pore-size specific modification of porous polymers as an efficient tool for the preparation of the separation media for single-column two-dimensional HPLC, Amer. Lab. 28 (12). 25-34, 1996.

24. Svec F., Fréchet J.M.J., Molded separation media: an inexpensive, efficient, and versatile alternative to packed columns for the fast HPLC separation of peptides, proteins, and synthetic oligomers and polymers, Macromol. Chem., Macromol. Symp.,110, 203-216, 1996.

23. Svec F., Fréchet J.M.J., New Formats of Polymeric Stationary Phases for HPLC Separations: Molded Macroporous Disks and Rods, J. Molecular Recogn., 9, 326-334, 1996.

22. Svec F. Combinatorial syntheses or "mathematics" and "libraries" in chemistry, Chem. Lett. (Prague), 90, 477-485,1996 (In Czech).

21. Svec F., Fréchet J.M.J., New Designs of Macroporous Polymers and Supports: From Separation To Biocatalysis, Science, 273, 205-211, 1996.

20. Svec F., Why is efficiency and selectivity of polymeric and silica based stationary phases for HPLC different? Chem Lett. (Prague), 90, 103-108, 1996 (in Czech).

19. Svec F., Gemeiner P., Engineering Aspects of Carriers for Immobilized Biocatalysts, Biotechnol. Genet. Eng. Rev. 13, 217-235, 1996.

18. Svec F., Porous polymeric materials for biotechnology, Plasty a Kaucuk, 32, 356-360, 1995 (In Czech).

17. Fréchet J.M.J., Svec F., New designs of macroporous polymers as supports for separation media, solid-phase reactions, and catalysis, Proceedings of the ACS Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering, Vol. 73, 451, 1995.

16. Gemainer P., Rexová-Benková L., Svec F., Norrlow O.: Natural and synthetic car-riers suitable for immobilization of viable cells, active organelles, and molecules; in Immobilized Biosystems, Theory and Practical Application, I. A. Veliky, R. J. C. McLean (Eds.), Blackie Academic and Proffesional, London, 1994, pp.2-127.

15. Svec F., Fréchet J.M.J., Pore-size specific modification of porous materials. Adv. Mater. 6, 342-344, 1994.

14. Svec F., Polymeric Materials for Biotechnology in New Materials, Bednar B., Flemr V., Kratochvil B. (Eds.), Publishing Center of the Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, 1991, pp.147-154 (In Czech).

13. F. Svec, Polymer supported catalysis and catalysts, Latin Amer. Appl. Res. 19, 1-14, 1989.

12. Svec F., Polymeric Catalysts; Academia, Prague, 1987 (In Czech).

11. Svec F., Kahovec J., Hradil J., Polymeric phase-transfer catalysts, Chem. Letters (Prague), 81, 183-204, 1987 (In Czech).

10. Jelínková M., Svec F., Immobilized super-acids, Chem. Letters (Prague), 79, 272-280, 1985 (In Czech).

9. Lukas J., Svec F., Macroporous polymer sorbents for gas chromatography based on glycidyl methacrylate-ethylene dimethacrylate copolymers, Chem. Letters (Prague), 77, 1064-1082, 1983 (In Czech).

8. Kahovec J., Svec F., Polymers with macrocyclic ligands and related substances, Chem. Letters (Prague), 75, 33-65, 1981 (In Czech).

7. Svec F., Chelate-forming ion-exchangers based on macroporous glycidyl methac-rylate-ethylene dimethacrylate copolymers: their preparation, properties and ap-plications. Acta Polym. 31, 68-73, 1980 (In German).

6. Svec F., Vojtisek V., Drobnik J., Immobilization of enzymes and cells with an aspartase activity, Chem. Letters (Prague), 74, 8290, 1980 (In Czech).

5. Vojtisek V., Zeman R., Barta M., Culik K., Drobnik J., Svec F., Immobilized microbial cells as industrial biocatalysts, Biolog. Letters (Prague), 44, 192-211, 1979.

4. Svec F., Carriers for the covalent immobilization of enzymes; Sci. Pap. Prague Ist. Chem. Technol., S2, 113-155, 1979.

3. Svec F., Kálal J., Preparation, modification, and use of macroporous copolymers of glycidyl methacrylate and ethylene dimethacrylate, Fasserforsch. Textiltech. 29, 477-480, 1978 (In German).

2. Kálal J., Drobník J., Svec F., Preparation, properties, and use of hydrophilic and reactive polymers, Z. Chem. (Leipzig) 18, 359-364, 1978 (In German).

1. Veruovic B., Svec F., Kálal J., Liquid rubbers, Chem. Letters (Prague), 68, 406-425, 1974 (In Czech.