Chemical Sensors Based on Cyclodextrin Derivatives
AbstractThis review focuses on chemical sensors based on cyclodextrin (CD) derivatives. This has been a field of classical interest, and is now of current interest for numerous scientists. First, typical chemical sensors using chromophore appended CDs are mentioned. Various “turn-off” and “turn-on” fluorescent chemical sensors, in which fluorescence intensity was decreased or increased by complexation with guest molecules, respectively, were synthesized. Dye modified CDs and photoactive metal ion-ligand complex appended CDs, metallocyclodextrins, were also applied for chemical sensors. Furthermore, recent novel approaches to chemical sensing systems using supramolecular structures such as CD dimers, trimers and cooperative binding systems of CDs with the other macrocycle rotaxane and supramolecular polymers consisting of CD units are mentioned. New chemical sensors using hybrids of CDs with p-conjugated polymers, peptides, DNA, nanocarbons and nanoparticles are also described in this review. View Full-Text
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Ogoshi, T.; Harada, A. Chemical Sensors Based on Cyclodextrin Derivatives. Sensors 2008, 8, 4961-4982.
Ogoshi T, Harada A. Chemical Sensors Based on Cyclodextrin Derivatives. Sensors. 2008; 8(8):4961-4982.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ogoshi, Tomoki; Harada, Akira. 2008. "Chemical Sensors Based on Cyclodextrin Derivatives." Sensors 8, no. 8: 4961-4982.