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Fluorescent Compounds Having the Spaced and Integrated Type Receptors
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Fluorescent Compounds Having the Spaced and Integrated Type Receptors
Choi, Chang-Shik;
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 Abstract
Fluorescent receptors have gained much attention because of their usefulness in analysis and clarification of the roles of biomolecules in living systems. Molecular structures of the integrated type including that the receptor itself is fluorescent, and play an important role in having the functionality or selectivity of the fluorescent compounds. These spaced type fluorescent receptors are required to have special molecular design in order to transmit the information of molecular recognition to the fluorescent unit through the spacer unit. Compared with the spaced type fluorescent receptors, number of the integrated type receptors is limited due to the difficult molecular design and synthesis. Modification of alteration of the fluorophore frequently caused deterioration of the fluorescent property. Various spaced type and integrated type fluorescent receptors including switch on-off receptors are introduced in this article.
 Keywords
Fluorescent compouds;Spaced type;Integrated type;Fluorescent receptor;Fluorophore;Complexation;Intramolecular charge transfer;Photoinduced electron transfer;
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