A heptamethine cyanine-based near-infrared (NIR) fluorescent probe Cy-1 for hydrosulfide detection was developed, with the response mechanism based on nucleophilic substitution of acryloyl moiety by HS−. Upon addition of NaHS, Cy-1 displayed a rapid fluorescence quenching (excited at 700 nm) and a quick fluorescence enhancement (excited at 544 nm) as well as obvious changes in absorption spectra and color. The response was fast within tens of seconds and could be observed by naked eyes. By contrasting Cy-1 with the reported probe CyAC, the superiority of Cy-1 in selectivity over Cys was demonstrated. Besides, it also exhibited excellent selectivity and sensitivity to HS− over various anions (0.33-μM detection limit). Additionally, this probe was successfully applied in fetal bovine serum samples and imaging of hydrosulfide in living cells.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 15, 2016
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