A near-infrared fluorescent probe with an improved Stokes shift achieved by tuning the donor–acceptor–donor character of the rhodamine skeleton and its applications release_pbujy2yr4rckjhafup65grtmd4

by Jin Gong, Chang Liu, Xiaojie Jiao, Song He, Liancheng Zhao, Xianshun Zeng

Published in RSC Advances by Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).

2020   Volume 10, Issue 49, p29536-29542

Abstract

A novel mitochondrion-targeting Hg<sup>2+</sup> probe, <bold>RQS</bold>, with NIR emission (680 nm) and a large Stokes shift (96 nm) was developed by tuning the D–A–D character of the rhodamine skeleton.
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