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Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Biomedical and Biological Engineering 2017 (BBE 2017)
Concern over mercury cytotoxicity inside live specimens has encouraged the development of efficient methods for the in vivo detection of this heavy metal. In this study, by using the previous developed fluorescence dye EPNP (2,6-bis-(4'-peperazino-N'-butyl-1',8'-naphthalimide) dimethylpyridine) as a highly selective and sensitive probe for mercuric ions (Hg 2+ ), the images of Hg 2+ distribution and transportation in the living cells and plants of Brassica juncea were obtained. After 10, 50,doi:10.2991/bbe-17.2017.18 fatcat:7yih5wwzcfh5xkgyxmlhc7b4ze