A highly selective and sensitive fluorescent probe for Hg(2+) imaging in live cells based on a rhodamine-thioamide-alkyne scaffold

Weiying Lin, Xiaowei Cao, Yundi Ding, Lin Yuan, Lingliang Long
Chemical Communications: Chem Comm 2010 May 28, 46 (20): 3529-31
A new fluorescence turn-on probe for Hg(2+) imaging in living cells was judiciously designed based on the interactions of Hg(2+) to both thiol and alkyne moieties in a rhodamine scaffold, and the likely novel sensing mechanism has been proposed.

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