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Chemistry. 2003 Aug 4;9(15):3466-71.

Intramolecular dimers: a new design strategy for fluorescence-quenched probes.

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  • 1Biosearch Technologies, 81 Digital Drive, Novato, CA 94949, USA. info@biosearchtech.com

Abstract

Fluorogenic probes dual-labeled with reporter and quencher dyes use a change in fluorescence to monitor biochemical events (e.g., substrate binding or enzyme digestion). Such events change the reporter-quencher distance, which affects fluorescence. Recently, it is has been shown that static quenching through intramolecular dimers is an important mechanism that can sometimes be more efficient than Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET).

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