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Novel approaches for the development of chromo fluorogenic chemosensors for detection of Cu(II) and biothiols

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Novel approaches for the development of chromo fluorogenic chemosensors for detection of Cu(II) and biothiols

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Essam Elsayed Mohamed Okda, H. (2020). Novel approaches for the development of chromo fluorogenic chemosensors for detection of Cu(II) and biothiols [Tesis doctoral no publicada]. Universitat Politècnica de València. https://doi.org/10.4995/Thesis/10251/139078

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Title: Novel approaches for the development of chromo fluorogenic chemosensors for detection of Cu(II) and biothiols
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Director(s): El Sayed Shehata Nasr, Sameh Martínez Mañez, Ramón Sancenón Galarza, Félix
UPV Unit: Universitat Politècnica de València. Departamento de Química - Departament de Química
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2020-02-10
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[EN] This PhD thesis entitled “Novel approaches for the development of chromofluorogenic chemosensors for detection of Cu(II) and biothiols” is devoted to the synthesis, characterization and coordination behaviour of new ...[+]


[ES] Esta tesis doctoral, que lleva por título “Nuevas aproximaciones para el desarrollo de sensores cromo-fluorogénicos para la detección de Cu(II) y biotioles” aborda la síntesis, caracterización y estudio de la capacidad ...[+]


[CA] Aquesta tesi doctoral, que porta per títol “Noves aproximacions per al desenvolupament de sensors cromo-fluorogènics per a la detecció de Cu(II) i biotiols” aborda la síntesi, caracterització i estudi de la capacitat ...[+]
Subjects: Glutathione Chromo-fluorogenic detection Cu(II) complex Displacement assay Imidazole-based-probes Cu(II) detection Biothiols recognition NIR Cu(II) detection
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DOI: 10.4995/Thesis/10251/139078
Type: Tesis doctoral

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