Photoinduced production of NAD(P)H from an activated fluorescein-DNA monolayer.

Abstract

A fluorescein (Fl)-labeled DNA monolayer on Au was formed such that under applied potentials of -750 mV (vs. Ag/AgCl) and incident irradiation (473 nm, 4 mW cm(-2)) a photocurrent was generated that ultimately reduced NAD(P)+ to biologically active NAD(P)H.

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@article{Long2004PhotoinducedPO, title={Photoinduced production of NAD(P)H from an activated fluorescein-DNA monolayer.}, author={Yitao Long and Todd C Sutherland and Heinz-Bernhard Kraatz and Jeremy S. Lee}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2004}, volume={18}, pages={2032-3} }