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In vitro and in vivo gene-transferring characteristics of novel cationic lipids, DMKD (O,O'-dimyristyl-N-lysyl aspartate) and DMKE (O,O'-dimyristyl-N-lysyl glutamate).
Abstract We chemically synthesized two different cationic lipids consisting of a core of lysine, two C-14 hydrocarbon chains, and either aspartatic acid or glutamic acid. The lipids were assigned theExpand
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Benzimidazole-based imine-linked chemosensor: chromogenic sensor for Mg2+ and fluorescent sensor for Cr3+
Abstract We synthesized an imine-linked, benzimidazole-based chemosensor that can be used for chromogenic recognition of Mg 2+ and fluorescent recognition of Cr 3+ . The chemosensor shows sensitive,Expand
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Fine tuning of a solvatochromic fluorophore for selective determination of Fe3+: a new type of benzimidazole-based anthracene-coupled receptor
We synthesized a novel benzimidazole-based, anthracene-coupled fluorescent receptor capable of recognizing and estimating the concentrations of Fe3+ in semi-aqueous solution by ratiometricExpand
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A benzimidazole-based fluorescent sensor for Cu2+ and its complex with a phosphate anion formed through a Cu2+ displacement approach
Abstract A benzimidazole-based imine linked receptor was synthesized for fluorescent recognition of Cu 2+ in a CH 3 CN/H 2 O (8:2, v/v) solvent system. The receptor offers an opportunity for theExpand
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Benzthiazole-based multifunctional chemosensor: fluorescent recognition of Fe3+ and chromogenic recognition of HSO4
Abstract A benzthiazole-based multifunctional chemosensor was designed with siderophores like binding sites for recognition of Fe3+ and both hydrogen bond donor and acceptor binding sites forExpand
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Dipodal colorimetric sensor for Ag+ and its resultant complex for iodide sensing using a cation displacement approach in water
Abstract We synthetized a sulfonamide-based dipodal receptor capable of recognizing Ag + selectively in water in the presence of other possible competing cations through color change. The resultantExpand
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Benzimidazole-based receptor for Zn2+ recognition in a biological system: a chemosensor operated by retarding the excited state proton transfer
Abstract A new benzimidazole-based receptor was developed with potential functional groups for excited state proton transfer (ESPT) through keto–enol tautomerism. The enol form of the receptorExpand
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Synergetic catalytic effect of ionic liquids and ZnO nanoparticles on the selective synthesis of 1,2-disubstituted benzimidazoles using a ball-milling technique
A solvent-free selective green synthesis of 1,2-disubstituted benzimidazoles was developed using a ball-milling technique. Recyclable ionic liquid-coated ZnO-nanoparticles (ZnO-NPs, catalyst 5) wereExpand
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Solvent-free Zinc-catalyzed Amine N-Formylation
C for 2 h (entry 1). Among the various metals examined for this transformation, zinc was found to be the most effective in terms of chemical yield and reaction time (entries 2-4). Activated zinc wasExpand
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