6 edition of Fluorescent and Luminescent Probes (Biological Techniques Series) found in the catalog.
May 15, 1999
by Academic Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||647|
Fluorescent probes represent one of the most widely developing fields in biology and medicine 1–4 Their application potential is enormous. Probes are dyes employed act as “molecular reporters”. Probes are dyes employed act as “molecular reporters”. Fluorescent Probes Containing Selenium as a Guest or Host. Chem , 1 (5), DOI: / Weijie Zhang, Caixia Yin, Yongbin Zhang, Jianbin Chao, Fangjun Huo. A turn-on fluorescent probe based on 2,4-dinitrosulfonyl functional group and its application for bioimaging.
Get this from a library! Fluorescent and luminescent probes for biological activity: a practical guide to technology for quantitative real-time analysis. [W T Mason;] -- The use of fluorescent and luminescent probes to measure biological function has increased dramatically since publication of the First Edition due to their improved speed, safety, and power of. Title:Small-molecule Bifunctional Fluorescent Probes for the Differential Detection of Multiple Guests VOLUME: 16 ISSUE: 4 Author(s):Pei-Pei Jia, Shu-Ting Jiang and Lin Xu* Affiliation:Shanghai Key Laboratory of Green Chemistry and Chemical Processes, School of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, East China Normal University, N. Zhongshan Road, Shanghai , Shanghai .
Yin, J. et al. Preparation of a cyanine-based fluorescent probe for highly selective detection of glutathione and its use in living cells and tissues of . For example, in the biological field, where imaging plays a big role, recent progress is focussed on near IR (NIR) and two-photon fluorescent probes, as well as on luminescent long-wavelength probes, because of the low scattering of excitation and emission light, low levels of autofluorescence in most biological systems, and less disturbance.
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This book will be essential for those embarking on work in the field or using new methods to enhance their research. Show less. The use of fluorescent and luminescent probes to measure biological function has increased Fluorescent and Luminescent Probes book since publication of the First Edition due to their improved speed, safety, and power of analytical approach.
The use of fluorescent and luminescent probes to measure biological function has increased dramatically since publication of the first edition of the first edition of this book in This eagerly awaited second edition, also edited by Bill Mason, contains 20 new chapters and over two-thirds new material and is a must for all life scientists Manufacturer: Academic Press.
Purchase Fluorescent and Luminescent Probes for Biological Activity - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 2. Fluorescent and Luminescent Probes for Biological Activity, Second Edition: A Practical Guide to Technology for Quantitative Real-Time Analysis (Biological Techniques Series) | W.
Mason | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. A COMPLETE, UP-TO-DATE RESOURCE OF INFORMATION ON MORE THAN FLUORESCENT DYES AND PROBES. Handbook of Fluorescent Dyes and Probes is the most comprehensive volume available on the subject, covering all the available dyes and probes known to date in the literature for uses in various fields.
Top dye expert Dr. Ram Sabnis organizes the compounds alphabetically by the. Oxidative and nitrosative stress induced by ROS/RNS play crucial roles in a wide range of physiological processes and are also implicated in various diseases, including cancer and neurodegenerative disorders.
Sensitive and selective methods for the detection of ROS/RNS based on fluorescent and luminescent pr. The use of fluorescent and luminescent probes to measure biological function has increased dramatically since publication of the First Edition due to their improved speed, safety, and power of analytical approach.
of fluorescent dyes. The dyestuff literature, particularly on fluorescent dyes, is largely in patents. The book providessystematicandup-to-datelibraryofinformation on + fluorescent dyes and probes as a reference handbook. The book is compiled as a resource guide for chemist and non-chemist in industry as well as in university.
Fluorescent and luminescent probes for monitoring ROS have shown advantages such as high sensitivity, selectivity, as well as real-time imaging, which can yield visible information about the ROS. The recent progress in preparing ROS probes (including small organic molecules, metal complexes or nanomaterials) for detecting and imaging of ROS.
A dicyanoisophorone-based near-infrared fluorescent probe (NIR-NP) was successfully designed for hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) detection. 7-Nitro-1,2,3-benzoxadiazole (NBD) amine, an electron-withdrawing group, was applied to quench the fluorescence of dicyanoisophorone-based fluorescent dyes and could be removed by H 2 S-specific thiolysis of an NBD amine bond, leading to a significant.
The use of fluorescent and luminescent probes to measure biological function has increased dramatically since publication of the First Edition due to their improved speed, safety, and power of analytical approach.
This book will be essential for those embarking on work in the field or using new methods to enhance their research. Topics. Mason book chapter MDF Page 1 4/18/ Fluorescence and luminescence techniques to probe ion activities in living plant cells M.D. Fricker 1, C. Plieth 1, H. Knight 1, E.
Blancaflor 2, M.R. Knight 1, N.S. White 1 and S. Gilroy 2 1Department of Plant Sciences, University of. Reaction-Based Luminescent Probes for Reactive Sulfur, Oxygen, and Nitrogen Species: Analytical Techniques and Recent Progress Briley J. Bezner Department of Chemistry, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TexasUnited States.
In atomic fluorescence, gaseous atoms fluoresce when they are exposed to radiation with a wavelength that exactly matches one of the absorption lines of the element. For example, gaseous sodium atoms absorb and excite by absorbing nm radiations.
Relaxation takes place after this by reemission of fluorescent radiation of the identical. Reported here are novel activity‐based genetically encoded fluorescent and luminescent probes for detecting FA in aqueous solutions and living mammalian cells.
A FA‐reactive lysine analogue, PrAK, was site‐specifically incorporated into the essential lysine sites of enhanced green fluorescent protein (EGFP) and firefly luciferase (fLuc. Sensors, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, 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.
Fluorescent lamps; Light; Books For older readers. Introduction to Fluorescence by David M. Jameson. Taylor & Francis, An accessible but comprehensive introduction to the science and uses of fluorescence. Luminescent Materials and. Fluorescence microscopy, J.S. Ploem-- introduction to fluorescent probes - properties, history and applications, F.H.
Kasten-- intracellular ion indicators, R. Haughland-- radox confocal imaging - intrinsic fluorescent probes of cellular metabolism, B. Chance and B.R. Masters-- bio- and chemi-luminescent indicators for molecular signalling and.
Fluorescent and Luminescent Probes for Monitoring Hydroxyl Radical under Biological Conditions. Critical Reviews in Analytical Chemistry: Vol. 46, No. 2, pp.
A fluorescent probe is a fluorophore designed to respond to a specific stimulus or to localize within a specific region of a biological specimen. The process responsible for the fluorescence of fluorescent probes and other fluorophores is illustrated by the simple electronic-state diagram (Jablonski diagram) shown in Figure 2.
Detection of amyloid self-assembly employing compounds such as JC-1, DCVJ, ANS derivatives and luminescent conjugated polymers, as well as site-specific probes such as pyrene and ESIPT is discussed.
We further review novel fluorescent probes developed for the non-invasive optical imaging of protein aggregates in vivo, including BTA-1, Methoxy.This review presents various fluorescent and luminescent molecular probes for detection of hypoxia following different mechanisms based on their structural properties.
An overview of the precise probe formulations examined in this review is provided in Table 1. With these probe classes in mind, discussion is divided into three major parts based.Read "Fluorescent and Luminescent Probes for Biological Activity A Practical Guide to Technology for Quantitative Real-Time Analysis" by available from Rakuten Kobo.
The use of fluorescent and luminescent probes to measure biological function has increased dramatically since publicatio Brand: Elsevier Science.