Bay functionalized perylenediimide as a deaggregation based intracellular fluorescent probe for perchlorate.

Abstract

The aggregates of perylenediimide based chemosensor (PDI 1) undergo de-aggregation induced fluorescence quenching selectively with ClO4(-) ions both in the solution and in the solid phase and can detect ClO4(-) ions in drinking water and fireworks. PDI 1 is permeable to C6 glioma cells, and ClO4(-) can be detected using confocal microscopy. 
DOI: 10.1039/c4cc06765g

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@article{Singh2014BayFP, title={Bay functionalized perylenediimide as a deaggregation based intracellular fluorescent probe for perchlorate.}, author={Prabhpreet Singh and Lalit Singh Mittal and Vanita Vanita and Rahul Kumar and Gaurav Bhargava and Amandeep Kaur Walia and Subodh Kumar}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2014}, volume={50 90}, pages={13994-7} }