cyanine dye

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any of a class of dyes containing a -CH= group linking two heterocyclic rings containing nitrogen

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Maximum absorbance wavelength for both eriochrome cyanine R and complex of Al-ECR was determined.
Kuroda, "Alignment control of a cyanine dye using a mesoporous silica film with uniaxially aligned mesochannels," Chemical Communications, no.
Despite of the unclear mechanism of the cyanine dyes' specific accumulation and retention, some researches have illustrated that the implications of EPR effect, organic-anion transporting polypeptides (OATPs), and mitochondrial membrane potential might have some relation [19, 20].
Attributes/comments: Allows for enhance absorption to the sparsely functional, yet electron-rich surface of difficult to disperse organic pigments such as PR 179 (perylene), PB 15:1 (phthalo cyanine blue) and PBk 7 (high-jetness carbon black) in water-based systems, resulting in lower pigment particle size, stronger color development and lower viscosity.
The researchers used Sybr[R] Green, an asymmetrical cyanine dye used as a nucleic acid stain.
As the model object for research we use one of the easiest types of the trimethine cyanine dye (Figure 1).
Structural Photo Clofazimine acoustic (CFZ) imaging [100] Functional PET Compound of 18F and natural nanoparticles (lipoproteins, viruses and ferritin) [101] fMRI Gd-DTPA Spectral Fluoresce Indocyanine green Fluorescein Agent methylene blue Demeclocycline Spectral Near infrared Indo Cyanine absorption Green (ICG) spectroscopy Spectral Hyperspectral imaging Table 4: Advantages and disadvantages of small numbers of available imaging modalities.
Cyanine dyes could improve the efficiency of molecular probes in identifying, for example, the presence of a virus or a tumor receptor.
This cyanine dye could accumulate in the mitochondrial matrix under the influence of MMP.
Abbreviations: BRET, bioluminescence resonance energy transfer: cAMP, cyclic adenosine monophosphate; CFP, cyan fluorescent protein: cpFP, circularly permuted fluorescent protein: Cy, cyanine: DAMP, damage-associated molecular pattern: deac, diethylaminocoumarin: EMCCD, electron-multiplying charge-coupled device; ENT, equilibrative nucleoside transporter: FMLP.
While cyanine dye is used for determining cardiac output, hepatic function, liver- blood flow and for ophthalmic angiography, it is also considered to be of potential help in treatment of various cancers.
Briefly, protein (50 g) was labeled with 400 pmol of amine reactive cyanine dye.
The design of the assay included fluorescent detection at 540 nm, based on using urine protein samples labeled with a green fluorescent dye, Cyanine 3.
To determine whether CPT and NPOA cotreatment-induced apoptosis of NSCLC cells was through the modulation of mitochondria-mediated apoptosis pathway, JC-1, a cyanine dye, was used to detect the depolarization of mitochondrial membrane potential (MMP), a hallmark of mitochondrial-mediated apoptosis [29].