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The long wavelength (far-red to NIR) analyte-responsive fluorescent probes are advantageous for in vivo bioimaging because of minimum photo-damage to biological samples, deep tissue penetration, and… (More)
Fluorescence imaging has emerged as a powerful tool for monitoring biomolecules within the context of living systems with high spatial and temporal resolution. Researchers have constructed a large… (More)
We have constructed a novel NIR fluorescent turn-on hydrogen sulfide probe suitable for fluorescent imaging in living cells based on thiolysis of dinitrophenyl ether.
The first two-photon fluorescent probe for specific detection of nitroxyl is designed and synthesized, and we have further demonstrated that the new two-photon fluorescent probe could be employed to… (More)
We have constructed a new fluorescence turn-on chemosensor for hydrogen sulfide based on a phenanthroimidazole scaffold, and the novel sensor is suitable for imaging hydrogen sulfide in living cells.
A two-photon fluorescence turn-on H2S probe GCTPOC-H2S based on a two-photon platform with a large cross-section, GCTPOC, and a sensitive H2S recognition site, dinitrophenyl ether was constructed.… (More)
Based on a novel coumarin-quinolinium platform, probe 2 was rationally designed and synthesized as a novel ratiometric fluorescent sensor for sulfite anions. The probe exhibited a wide dynamic… (More)
In combination with synthetic fluorescent probes, fluorescence microscopy has emerged as a powerful technique to investigate the production, localization, trafficking, and function of biomolecules in… (More)