Janine Riemer

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A highly K(+)-selective two-photon fluorescent probe for the in vitro monitoring of physiological K(+) levels in the range of 1-100 mM is reported. The two-photon excited fluorescence (TPEF) probe shows a fluorescence enhancement (FE) by a factor of about three in the presence of 160 mM K(+), independently of one-photon (OP, 430 nm) or two-photon (TP, 860(More)
A desirable goal is to synthesize easily accessible and highly K(+) /Na(+) -selective fluoroionophores to monitor physiological K(+) levels in vitro and in vivo. Therefore, highly K(+) /Na(+) -selective ionophores have to be developed. Herein, we obtained in a sequence of only four synthetic steps a set of K(+) -responsive fluorescent probes 4, 5 and 6. In(More)
There is a tremendous demand for highly Na+ -selective fluoroionophores to monitor the top analyte Na+ in life science. Here, we report a systematic route to develop highly Na+ /K+ selective fluorescent probes. Thus, we synthesized a set of fluoroionophores 1, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 9 (see Scheme ) to investigate the Na+ /K+ selectivity and Na+ - complex stability(More)
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