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A fluorescein-based chemosensor for relay fluorescence recognition of Cu(II) ions and biothiols in water and its applications to a molecular logic gate and living cell imaging

A fluorescein-based chemosensor for relay fluorescence recognition of Cu(II) ions and biothiols in water and its applications to a molecular logic gate and living cell imaging
Ya-Wen Wang, Zhen-Hai Fu, Xin-Long Han, Xiaolong Zhang, Lu-Bin Yan, Fan-Fan Zhu, Jianguo Fang, Yu Peng
Relay recognition of copper(II) ions and biothiols via a fluorescence "on-off-on" cascade has been realized in 100% aqueous solution when excited by the visible light.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/OB/~3/lZlV1-7Ep6k/C7OB00525C

DOI: 2017/OB/C7OB00525C

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