Self-Assembled Chiral Gold Supramolecules with Efficient Laser Absorption for Enantiospecific Recognition of Carnitine.

@article{Tseng2018SelfAssembledCG,
  title={Self-Assembled Chiral Gold Supramolecules with Efficient Laser Absorption for Enantiospecific Recognition of Carnitine.},
  author={Yu-ting Tseng and Huan-Tsung Chang and Scott G Harroun and Chien-Wei Wu and Shih-Chun Wei and Zhiqin Yuan and Hung-lung Chou and Ching Hsiang Chen and Chih-Ching Huang},
  journal={Analytical chemistry},
  year={2018},
  volume={90 12},
  pages={
          7283-7291
        }
}
Stereospecific recognition of chiral molecules is ubiquitous in chemical and biological systems, thus leading to strong demand for the development of enantiomeric drugs, enantioselective sensors, and asymmetric catalysts. In this study, we demonstrate the ratio of d-Cys and l-Cys playing an important role in determining the optical properties and the structures of self-assembled Cys-Au(I) supramolecules prepared through a simple reaction of tetrachloroaurate(III) with chiral cysteine (Cys). The… CONTINUE READING

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