A fluorescence "turn-on" sensor (HSS) for detection of H2S was developed on the basis of NO2-NH2 reduction. HSS showed a high affinity and sensitivity to H2S over other reducing reagents, particularly for biothiols. Also, the short responding time and high linear dependence between fluorescence enhancement and H2S concentration had HSS behave as a rapid sensor for quantitatively detection of H2S in the biological level.
- 1 8-naphthalimide
- HS sensor
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- Clinical Biochemistry