chemoreceptor

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Therefore, it is in particular interest to explore the relationship between fluorescence intensity and analyte concentration, because it allowed the development of chemosensors based on a "switching on/off" mechanism.
Both bony fish and sharks have multiple chemosensory systems, and they have chemosensors in a variety of locations including oral-esophageal regions, in the paired olfactory organs (nares), and occasionally on external body surfaces such as the barbels of catfish (Derby and Sorenson, 2008; Yopak and Frank, 2009; Meredith and Kajiura, 2010).
Ocak, Phthalocyanine- Based Fluorescent Chemosensor for the Sensing of Zn (II) in Dimethyl Sulfoxide-Acetonitrile, J.
The neutral ligand was protonated from the reaction with p-toluenesulfonic acid giving a triply charged chemosensor that was examined for its anion binding ability toward fluoride, chloride, bromide, sulfate and nitrate by the fluorescence spectroscopy in DMSO.
Abstract: We are reporting here the synthesis, characterization and photophysical properties of a new chemosensor containing triazole heterocycle as binding site for the selective detection of dichromate ion.
Molecular design of a PET-based chemosensor for uronic acids and sialic acids utilizing a cooperative action of boronic acid and metal chelate.
The rapid and sensitive detection of metal ions have an important impact on making the various environmental, biological and chemosensor devices.
Liu, Functionalized Magnetic Core-Shell Fe3O4@SiO2 Nanoparticles as Selectivity-Enhanced Chemosensor for Hg(II), Dyes Pigments, 91, 26 (2011).
New Smart Sensor Material Has Applications as a Biosensor or Chemosensor For RFID, Wireless, Handheld or Laboratory Devices in Healthcare and Industrial Processing
Like many invertebrates, the American lobster, Homarus americanus, possesses paired external chemosensor organs (the lateral antennules).
Lanthanoid compounds have been extensively used as luminescent chemosensors for medical diagnostics and optical cell imaging, contrast reagents for magnetic resonance imaging, shift reagents for NMR spectroscopy, as well as for applications in fundamental and applied sciences such as organic synthesis, bioorganic chemistry, and catalysis.
Significance of non-carotid body chemosensors illustrated by TRPA1 in [O.
To clarify the interplay between chemical cues and dominance stability, future experiments could be designed in which chemosensors are ablated and/or urine release is blocked during fights with the intruder.
The aim of this project is the design of new luminescent hydrogels and chemosensors based on the general structure R1AuC=CR2 .