A concise treatment of pterins: some recent synthetic and methodology aspects and their applications in molecular sensors

A concise treatment of pterins: some recent synthetic and methodology aspects and their... AbstractA concise account of pterins in chemistry and biology and their applications in molecular sensors including their optical spectroscopic properties are described. Different natural, synthetic, biological and photophysical aspects are also discussed. Synthetic access to direct functionalised pterins and a recently reported new thiophene annulation technique are described for the synthesis of Form B of molybdenum cofactor. The receptor properties of fluorescent pterin molecules including selenopyrimidines which are rarely reported for their binding of anions and neutral molecules are also of major importance in this review. For such an old and still so young, unexplored pterin system on its power to be sensitive for physical studies especially the interaction with cations, anions and neutral molecules are fascinating and research in this area is relatively new and expected to increase fast. Pterin based receptors are for the first time put into a useful review for the advantage of those who want to explore pterin and modified pterin as chromogenic and fluorogenic sensors. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pteridines de Gruyter

A concise treatment of pterins: some recent synthetic and methodology aspects and their applications in molecular sensors

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Sciendo
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© 2018
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2195-4720
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2195-4720
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10.1515/pteridines-2018-0002
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AbstractA concise account of pterins in chemistry and biology and their applications in molecular sensors including their optical spectroscopic properties are described. Different natural, synthetic, biological and photophysical aspects are also discussed. Synthetic access to direct functionalised pterins and a recently reported new thiophene annulation technique are described for the synthesis of Form B of molybdenum cofactor. The receptor properties of fluorescent pterin molecules including selenopyrimidines which are rarely reported for their binding of anions and neutral molecules are also of major importance in this review. For such an old and still so young, unexplored pterin system on its power to be sensitive for physical studies especially the interaction with cations, anions and neutral molecules are fascinating and research in this area is relatively new and expected to increase fast. Pterin based receptors are for the first time put into a useful review for the advantage of those who want to explore pterin and modified pterin as chromogenic and fluorogenic sensors.

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Pteridinesde Gruyter

Published: Mar 16, 2018

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