Molecules 1999, 4(10), 264-271; doi:10.3390/41000264
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Fluorescent 2,7-Dialkylamino-[1,8]-Naphthyridines: Preparation and Spectroscopic Properties

1 BYK-Gulden-Lomberg GmbH, D-78467 Konstanz, Germany 2 Institute for Virology, University of Jena, Winzerlaerstr. 10, D-07745 Jena, Germany
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Received: 4 June 1999; Accepted: 10 August 1999 / Published: 6 September 1999
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Abstract: Substitution of 4-methyl-[1,8]-naphthyridine in 2 and 7 position by alkylamines leads to highly fluorescent compounds. The arrangement of hydrogen donor and acceptor groups of these naphthyridines allows interactions with guanine and guanine cytosine base pairs. The described synthesis offers easy access to these small and stable fluorescent probes.
Keywords: Naphthyridines; Fluorescence; Fluorescent probes

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Hoock, C.; Reichert, J.; Schmidtke, M. Fluorescent 2,7-Dialkylamino-[1,8]-Naphthyridines: Preparation and Spectroscopic Properties. Molecules 1999, 4, 264-271.

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Hoock C, Reichert J, Schmidtke M. Fluorescent 2,7-Dialkylamino-[1,8]-Naphthyridines: Preparation and Spectroscopic Properties. Molecules. 1999; 4(10):264-271.

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Hoock, Christoph; Reichert, Jörg; Schmidtke, M. 1999. "Fluorescent 2,7-Dialkylamino-[1,8]-Naphthyridines: Preparation and Spectroscopic Properties." Molecules 4, no. 10: 264-271.

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