alexa A new triazole appended rhodamine chemosensor for selective detection of Cu2+ ions and live-cell imaging
Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry

Author(s): Narendra Reddy Chereddy, Sathiah Thennarasu, Asit Baran Mandal

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The size of the chelating ligand and nature of coordinating entities of the chelating moiety have been exploited to synthesize four rhodamine based chemosensors for selective recognition of metal ions. A triazole appended colorless chemosensor turns to pink upon complex formation only with Cu2+ ions even in the presence of other competing metal ions at physiological pH, and enables naked-eye detection and imaging of live fibroblast cells exposed to Cu2+ ions.

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This article was published in CHEM EUROPE.COM and referenced in Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry

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