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Some di- and mono-styryl dyes previously reported as fluorescent “light-up” probes for G4-DNA and R...
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Design of a library of di- and mono-styryl dyes. Counter-ions are omitted for the sake of clarity.
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A, B) General synthesis of A) distyryl and B) mono-styryl dyes via Knoevenagel condensation route. ...
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Synthesis of I3–5 and I15.
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Representative absorption spectra of distyryl dyes: A) 1d, B) 1ð, C) 1f, D) 1u, E) 10a and F) 12a i...
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Representative absorption spectra of the distyryl dyes (c = 10 µM in MeOH) demonstrating the influe...
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Heat map of the relative emission intensity enhancement (I/I0) of styryl dyes and thioflavin T (ThT...
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Analysis of the light-up response matrix of the dyes. The average light-up factor of each dye with ...
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PC1 vs PC2 plot obtained from the principal component analysis of the light-up data matrix for all ...
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Dual-dye conformational analysis of an extended panel of 33 DNA oligonucleotides. This is performed...
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Selected probes featuring high fluorimetric response towards G4 structures.
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Photographs of solutions of A) distyryl dyes 1p and 1u; B) mono-styryl dyes 17a and 18a, in the abs...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2019, 15, 1872–1889, doi:10.3762/bjoc.15.183
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