Department of Chemistry
Real-time in situ monitoring via europium emission of the photo-release of antitumor cisplatin from a Eu–Pt complex
© The Royal Society of Chemistry. A water-soluble light-responsive antitumor agent, PtEuL, based on a cisplatin-linked europium-cyclen complex has been synthesized and evaluated for controlled cisplatin release by linear/two-photon excitation in vitro with concomitant turn-on and long-lived europium emission as a responsive traceable signal.
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Royal Society of Chemistry
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Li, H., Lan, R., Chan, C., Jiang, L., Dai, L., Kwong, D., Lam, M., & Wong, K. (2015). Real-time in situ monitoring via europium emission of the photo-release of antitumor cisplatin from a Eu–Pt complex. Chemical Communications, 51 (74), 14022-14025. https://doi.org/10.1039/C5CC05461C