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Water-Soluble Py-BIPS Spiropyrans as Photoswitches for Biological Applications.

Özçoban, Cem and Halbritter, Thomas and Steinwand, Sabrina and Herzig, Lisa-Marie and Kohl-Landgraf, Jörg and Askari, Noushin and Groher, Florian and Fürtig, Boris and Richter, Christian and Schwalbe, Harald and Suess, Beatrix and Wachtveitl, Josef and Heckel, Alexander (2015):
Water-Soluble Py-BIPS Spiropyrans as Photoswitches for Biological Applications.
In: Organic letters, 17 (6), pp. 1517-20. ISSN 1523-7052,
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Abstract

The ultrafast photochemistry of a new spiropyran photoswitch (Py-BIPS) has been investigated, revealing many advantages in the application in water over the previously studied spiropyrans. Functionalized Py-BIPS derivatives are presented for the study of pH dependence, stability, toxicity, and the thermal and photochemical behavior on longer time scales in aqueous media using several spectroscopic methods. These investigations pave the way for the practical use of Py-BIPS derivatives as photoswitchable ligands of biomolecules.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2015
Creators: Özçoban, Cem and Halbritter, Thomas and Steinwand, Sabrina and Herzig, Lisa-Marie and Kohl-Landgraf, Jörg and Askari, Noushin and Groher, Florian and Fürtig, Boris and Richter, Christian and Schwalbe, Harald and Suess, Beatrix and Wachtveitl, Josef and Heckel, Alexander
Title: Water-Soluble Py-BIPS Spiropyrans as Photoswitches for Biological Applications.
Language: English
Abstract:

The ultrafast photochemistry of a new spiropyran photoswitch (Py-BIPS) has been investigated, revealing many advantages in the application in water over the previously studied spiropyrans. Functionalized Py-BIPS derivatives are presented for the study of pH dependence, stability, toxicity, and the thermal and photochemical behavior on longer time scales in aqueous media using several spectroscopic methods. These investigations pave the way for the practical use of Py-BIPS derivatives as photoswitchable ligands of biomolecules.

Journal or Publication Title: Organic letters
Journal volume: 17
Number: 6
Divisions: 10 Department of Biology
10 Department of Biology > Synthetic Genetic Circuits
Date Deposited: 29 Apr 2015 12:38
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