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|Title: ||Gaining insight into the photophysical properties of a coumarin STP ester with potential for bioconjugation|
|Authors: ||González-Pérez, M.|
Ooi, S. Y.
Prates Ramalho, João P.
Caldeira, A. T.
|Issue Date: ||2018|
|Citation: ||González-Pérez, M.; Ooi, S. Y.; Martins, S.; Prates Ramalho, João P.; Pereira, A.; Caldeira, A. T.Gaining insight into the photophysical properties of a coumarin STP ester with potential for bioconjugation, New Journal of Chemistry, 42, 20, 16635-16645, 2018.|
|Abstract: ||Coumarins have a long history as fluorescent dyes.1 These
benzopyrones are widely distributed in nature and new ones
are continuously being synthesized and commercialized due to
their excellent light stability and the relative ease in tuning
their photophysical properties by chemical substitution.2–4
Coumarins that favor reactions of interest with target biomolecules,
metals or reactive groups have been extensively
exploited as fluorescent labels3–8 (e.g. coumarins containing
amine reactive moieties, sulfotetrafluorophenyl (STP) or N-hydroxysuccinimide
(NHS) esters are efficient dyes for biolabeling of
molecules containing primary amine groups).2,9–11|
|Other Identifiers: ||1144-0546|
|Appears in Collections:||CQE - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica|
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