Accès direct au contenu

PPSM

Version anglaise

aide

Accueil > Recherche > Publications / brevets > Publications équipe SMALL > Synthèse valo biomolécules

A per-acetyl glycosyl rhodamine as a novel fluorescent ratiometric probe for mercury (II)

Li, KB; Zhang, HL; Zhu, B; He, XP; Xie, J; Chen, GR DYES AND PIGMENTS 2014, 102, 273-277.

Références :

DYES AND PIGMENTS 2014, 102, 273-277.

Auteur(s) : 

Li, KB; Zhang, HL; Zhu, B; He, XP; Xie, J; Chen, GR

This paper describes the identification of a per-acetyl glycosyl rhodamine B (RB) derivative, KB2, simply prepared by a click reaction, as a novel fluorescent ratiometric probe for mercury (II). In an 80% aqueous solution, KB2 responded to Hg2+ in a ratiometric manner with a good selectivity over a range of metal cations. Upon formation of a 1:1 probe-ion complex, the blue fluorescence of the per-acetyl glycosyl moiety of KB2 is quenched, along with the emergence of a bright red fluorescence attributable to the lactam ring-opening form of RB. This is probably caused by a fluorescence resonance energy transfer from the acetyl glycoside as a donor to the acceptor RB-Hg2+ motif. This study provides unique insight into the design of ratiometric chemoprobes for heavy metals based on the simple coupling of per-acetyl glycosides with fluorogenic dyes. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Illustration Article Li
Type :
Publication
Dates :
Paru le 1 janvier 2014
Informations complémentaires :

DOI: 10.1016/j.dyepig.2013.11.014


 

Publications antérieures 

2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007

Recherche d'un document

Recherche d'un document