Several near-infrared (NIR) fluorescent dyes based on aminocyanine have been designed, synthesized, and used for preparation of NIR fluorescent microspheres. Their spectral properties and pH-dependent optical characteristics were investigated. It was found that different substitution at the central position of the dyes led to diverse optical properties, with especially large effects on their spectroscopic properties. Spectroscopic responses of the fluorescent dyes to changes of pH were different. Under acidic conditions, the wavelengths of maximum absorption of the N-substituted cyanine dyes were clearly red shifted. Dyes with an N-substituted piperazidine ring were the most sensitive. The fluorescent microspheres retained the properties of the parent dyes, making them suitable for applications in biological studies.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 3, 2013
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