Special Issue "Fluorescent Probes and Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 November 2017).
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: dyes and pigments; porphyrins; nanomaterials; supramolecular chemistry; sensors; artificial photosynthesis; solar cells
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The application of fluorescent sensors and fluorescence microscopy, in combination with other analytical techniques for mapping total metal content, offers researchers the opportunity to address fundamental questions about sensing of ions, explosives, and biological molecules for example glucose or RNA detection. Fluorescence microscopy also permits visualization of an object of interest in unicellular organisms, individual molecules, multicellular organisms and cells encapsulated in 3D matrices. The rapid progress in sensor science in recent years has resulted in the development of fluorescence probes with enhanced analytical capabilities. Because of the vast evolution of this research field, therefore, we have decided that it is timely to compose a Special Issue of Sensors focusing on the important role sensors play in “Fluorescent Probes and Sensors”. You are invited to submit manuscripts illustrating the suitability of newly developed sensors for fluorescent analysis applications, as well as manuscripts describing novel applications of established sensors in solving real life analytical problems.
Dr. Sheshanath Bhosale
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- fluorescence probe
- biological molecules
- host-guest chemistry
- explosive sensing