Recent Progress in Fluorescent Imaging Probes
AbstractDue to the simplicity and low detection limit, especially the bioimaging ability for cells, fluorescence probes serve as unique detection methods. With the aid of molecular recognition and specific organic reactions, research on fluorescent imaging probes has blossomed during the last decade. Especially, reaction based fluorescent probes have been proven to be highly selective for specific analytes. This review highlights our recent progress on fluorescent imaging probes for biologically important species, such as biothiols, reactive oxygen species, reactive nitrogen species, metal ions including Zn2+, Hg2+, Cu2+ and Au3+, and anions including cyanide and adenosine triphosphate (ATP). View Full-Text
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Pak, Y.L.; Swamy, K.M.K.; Yoon, J. Recent Progress in Fluorescent Imaging Probes. Sensors 2015, 15, 24374-24396.
Pak YL, Swamy KMK, Yoon J. Recent Progress in Fluorescent Imaging Probes. Sensors. 2015; 15(9):24374-24396.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pak, Yen L.; Swamy, K. M.K.; Yoon, Juyoung. 2015. "Recent Progress in Fluorescent Imaging Probes." Sensors 15, no. 9: 24374-24396.