A cyanine-derived near-infrared molecular rotor for ratiometric imaging of mitochondrial viscosity in cells

Volume: 298, Pages: 126831 - 126831
Published: Nov 1, 2019
Abstract
We developed a new cyanine-derived near-infrared (NIR) molecular rotor Mu1, which is superior to the traditional cyanines with high viscosity response, large Stokes shift (˜100 nm), and high photo-stability to detect the microscopic viscosity ratiometrically. The time-dependent density functional theory calculations highlighted the structure-optical properties of Mu1 as molecular rotor. Due to the mitochondria-actived fluorescence...
Paper Details
Title
A cyanine-derived near-infrared molecular rotor for ratiometric imaging of mitochondrial viscosity in cells
Published Date
Nov 1, 2019
Volume
298
Pages
126831 - 126831
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