Dual emission fluorescent compounds

Peter Karuso (Inventor), Soumit Chatterjee (Inventor)

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Abstract

The invention relates to a dual emission fluorescent compound comprising a chromophore suitable for exhibiting an emission at a first wavelength from an excited state; wherein the compound further comprises one or more groups suitable for inducing a structural rearrangement in the molecule on formation of the excited state, wherein the structural rearrangement stabilises at least a second electromagnetic emission at a second wavelength, such that dual emission is observable at room temperature. Such dual emission allows for the super sensitive ratiometric quantification of analytes.
LanguageEnglish
Patent numberWO/2017/147646
IPCC07D 263/22 (2006.01),C07D 233/06 (2006.01),C07C 233/76 (2006.01),C07C 231/10 (2006.01)
Priority date29/02/16
Filing date28/02/17
Publication statusPublished - 8 Sep 2017

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Keywords

  • dual emission
  • fluorescence
  • GFP

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Karuso, P., & Chatterjee, S. (2017). IPC No. C07D 263/22 (2006.01), C07D 233/06 (2006.01), C07C 233/76 (2006.01), C07C 231/10 (2006.01). Dual emission fluorescent compounds. (Patent No. WO/2017/147646).
Karuso, Peter (Inventor) ; Chatterjee, Soumit (Inventor). / Dual emission fluorescent compounds. IPC No.: C07D 263/22 (2006.01), C07D 233/06 (2006.01), C07C 233/76 (2006.01), C07C 231/10 (2006.01). Patent No.: WO/2017/147646. Feb 28, 2017.
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Karuso, P & Chatterjee, S Feb. 28 2017, Dual emission fluorescent compounds, Patent No. WO/2017/147646, IPC No. C07D 263/22 (2006.01), C07D 233/06 (2006.01), C07C 233/76 (2006.01), C07C 231/10 (2006.01).

Dual emission fluorescent compounds. / Karuso, Peter (Inventor); Chatterjee, Soumit (Inventor).

IPC No.: C07D 263/22 (2006.01), C07D 233/06 (2006.01), C07C 233/76 (2006.01), C07C 231/10 (2006.01). Patent No.: WO/2017/147646. Feb 28, 2017.

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