Amplifying fluorescent sensors based on conjugated polymers - Seminar by Dr E. Nestrov, NIU, LSU
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Amplifying fluorescent sensors based on conjugated polymers
Seminar by Dr Evgueni E. Nesterov
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL 60115, USA, and Department of Chemistry, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, USA
Chemo- and biosensors based on fluorescent conjugated polymers and oligomers benefit from greater detection sensitivity due to amplification of the electronic perturbations produced by analyte binding. This amplification stems from the exciton-transporting properties of the conjugated systems. General sensor design paradigms utilize the concept of analyte binding to cause a perturbation of the local energy gap which changes the fluorescent properties of the polymer sensor. In this presentation, recent examples from our laboratory showing development of amplifying fluorescent sensors utilizing various molecular and mesoscale systems will be discussed. These new designs expand the generality and universality of the signal amplification concept in conjugated polymers, and can be used to construct amplifying turn-on and ratiometric fluorescent sensors for various practically useful analytes.
Dr. Evgueni E. Nesterov is currently working as a Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Northern Illinois University and the Department of Chemistry, Louisiana State University , USA. His research interests includes Functional organic materials, polymers and devices, physical organic chemistry design of fluorescent sensors. He is serving as an editorial member and reviewer of several international reputed journals. He has authored of many research articles/books related to Functional organic materials, polymers and devices, physical organic chemistry design of fluorescent sensors.
Organisateur :GIANT Innovation Campus
04 38 78 02 09
De 08:15 à 09:30