9-Aryl-3-aminocarbazole as an environment- and stimuli-sensitive fluorogen and applications in lipid droplet imaging.

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Summary of "9-Aryl-3-aminocarbazole as an environment- and stimuli-sensitive fluorogen and applications in lipid droplet imaging."

Environment-sensitive luminophoric molecules have played an important role in the fields of smart materials, sensing, and bioimaging. In this study, it was demonstrated that depending on the substituents, 9-aryl-3-aminocarbazoles can display aggregation-induced emission and solvatofluorochromism, and the operating mechanism was clarified. The application of these compounds to lipid droplet imaging and fluorescent probes for cysteamine was demonstrated.


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Name: The Journal of organic chemistry
ISSN: 1520-6904


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