|Yang, Z; Hao, L; Yin, B; She, M; Obst, M; Kappler, A; Li, J: Six-Membered Spirocycle Triggered Probe for Visualizing Hg2+ in Living Cells and Bacteria–EPS–Mineral Aggregates, Organic Letters, 15(17), 4334-4337 (2013), online: 12.08.2013, doi:10.1021/ol401795m [Link]|
A novel rhodamine based probe with a unique six-membered spirocycle was rationally designed for detection of Hg2+ with greatly improved selectivity, sensitivity, and photostability. The probe has been shown to be suitable for Hg2+ imaging in living cells and mapping Hg2+ distribution in living cell–EPS–mineral aggregates under anoxic conditions.
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