A step toward simplified detection of serum albumin on SDS-PAGE using an environment-sensitive flavone sensor.

@article{Liu2015AST,
  title={A step toward simplified detection of serum albumin on SDS-PAGE using an environment-sensitive flavone sensor.},
  author={Bin Liu and Yi Pang and Rachida A. Bouhenni and Ernest Duah and Sailaja Paruchuri and Lucas McDonald},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2015},
  volume={51 55},
  pages={
          11060-3
        }
}
In this study, we report a series of novel flavone-based sensors that exhibit a superior fluorescence response when interacting with serum albumin in real serum samples and in acrylamide gels. The detection limit of probe 4 for serum albumin solution is 0.09 μg mL(-1), and the detectable volume for monkey serum reaches as low as 0.03 μL. 

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