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Platinum trimethyl Luminophore Small Molecule (Tool Compound)

Invented by Dr Michael (Mike) Coogan at Lancaster University

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Catalogue Number 152741
Type Luminophore
Relevance PtMe3(bpy)S-C6H4-CO2Me is air- and water stable, resistant to ligand substitution of the coordinated thiolate under physiological conditions, and with visible excitation, a Stokes shift of over 200 nm and red emission is an ideal candidate for fluorescence imaging experiments. PtMe3(bpy)S-C6H4-CO2Me is capable of permeating the cytoplasm and is not retained in the plasma membrane.
Molecular Formula PtMe3(bpy)S-C6H4-CO2Me
Molecular Weight (g/mol) 579
Research Area Genetic Studies Tools
Storage Air and water stable

References: 2 entries

Steel et al. 2015. Chem Commun (Camb). 51(57):11441-4. PMID: 26086268.

Platinum trimethyl bipyridyl thiolates--new, tunable, red- to near IR emitting luminophores for bioimaging applications.

Europe PMC ID: 26086268


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References: 2 entries

Steel et al. 2015. Chem Commun (Camb). 51(57):11441-4. PMID: 26086268.

Platinum trimethyl bipyridyl thiolates--new, tunable, red- to near IR emitting luminophores for bioimaging applications.

Europe PMC ID: 26086268


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References: 2 entries

Steel et al. 2015. Chem Commun (Camb). 51(57):11441-4. PMID: 26086268.

Platinum trimethyl bipyridyl thiolates--new, tunable, red- to near IR emitting luminophores for bioimaging applications.


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