Original paper

Allyl Fluorescein Ethers as Promising Fluorescent Probes for Carbon Monoxide Imaging in Living Cells

Volume: 89, Issue: 6, Pages: 3754 - 3760
Published: Feb 28, 2017
Abstract
Recently, the fluorescent detection of carbon monoxide (CO) in living cells has attracted great attention. However, due to the lack of effective ways to construct fluorescent CO probes, fluorescent detection of CO in living cells is still in its infancy. In this paper, we report for the first time the use of allyl ether as a reaction site for construction of fluorescent CO probes. By this way, two readily available allyl fluorescein ethers were...
Paper Details
Title
Allyl Fluorescein Ethers as Promising Fluorescent Probes for Carbon Monoxide Imaging in Living Cells
Published Date
Feb 28, 2017
Volume
89
Issue
6
Pages
3754 - 3760
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