A BODIPY-based fluorescent sensor for the detection of Pt2+ and Pt drugs.

  title={A BODIPY-based fluorescent sensor for the detection of Pt2+ and Pt drugs.},
  author={Fung-kit Tang and Jiaqian Zhu and Fred Ka-Wai Kong and Maggie Ng and Qing-Na Bian and Vivian Wing‐Wah Yam and Anfernee Kai-Wing Tse and Yu Chung Tse and Ken Cham‐Fai Leung},
  journal={Chemical communications},
A BODIPY-based fluorescent sensor PS with an NO4S2 podand ligand was studied for the selective detection of Pt2+ over 21 cations as well as selected platinum drugs in aqueous medium. The platinum sensor PS shows 28-fold, 22-fold and 14-fold fluorescence turn-on enhancements to Pt2+, cisplatin and nedaplatin, and was thereby employed to detect platinum drugs in A-549 human lung cancer cells. 
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