A coumarinylaldoxime as a specific sensor for Cu2+ and its biological application
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In this Letter we present a new probe, (E)-7-(diethylamino)-2-oxo-2H-chromene-3-carbaldehyde oxime (JB), which can detect Cu2+ ions in HEPES buffer under physiological conditions. Benesi–Hildebrand and Job plots demonstrate that the stoichiometry of the Cu2+ complex formed is 2:1. Possible interference with other analytes was examined, and the decrease of the fluorescence of JB at 510 nm when it reacts with Cu2+ was shown to be highly selective. This probe accumulates in the plasmalemma of human neuroblastoma SH-SY5Y cells. Molecular dynamics (MD) simulations revealed that JB interacts with the lipid bilayer at the level of the glycerol moieties.
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FONDEF VIU-110063. FONDECYT Grant # 1130141.
Quote ItemTetrahedron Letters 55 (2014) 873-876