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Title: Sensing of biologically relevant d-metal ions using a Eu(iii)-cyclen based luminescent displacement assay in aqueous pH 7.4 buffered solution
Author: GUNNLAUGSSON, THORFINNUR
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SFI RFP 2009 & 2010

Author's Homepage: http://people.tcd.ie/gunnlaut
Keywords: luminescent lanthanide sensor
d-metal ions
luminescent displacement
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Kotova, O., Comby, S., Gunnlaugsson, T., Sensing of biologically relevant d-metal ions using a Eu(iii)-cyclen based luminescent displacement assay in aqueous pH 7.4 buffered solution, Chemical Communications, 47, 24, 2011, 6810-6812
Series/Report no.: Chemical Communications
47
24
Abstract: 1 Eu BPS was developed as a luminescent lanthanide sensor for use in displacement assays for detection of d-metal ions by monitoring the changes in the europium emission, which was quenched for iron(II), with a detection limit of B10 pM (0.002 lg L 1) for Fe(II) in buffered pH 7.4 solution.
Description: PUBLISHED
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/64067
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