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Chemical Compound Review

Rhodamine 610     [9-(2-carboxyphenyl)-6- diethylamino...

Synonyms: CCRIS 4861, SureCN3903552, CHEBI:52896, NSC41837, STK870179, ...
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Disease relevance of Rhodamine

  • Decreased uptake and retention of rhodamine 123 by mitochondria in feline sarcoma virus-transformed mink cells [1].
  • Rhodamine dextran injected into the LGN was transported retrogradely and sequestered within the cytoplasm of ganglion cell bodies [2].
  • Rhodamine 123 efflux was not associated with Rai stage, lymphocyte counts, duration of disease, or disease progression [3].
  • At the mid-log stage, young cells contained more rhodamine initially and lost it more rapidly than old or progeria cells, in that order [4].
  • As a model system for study, we use Rhodamine red-labeled engineered variants of Escherichia coli maltose-binding protein (MBP) coordinated to the surface of 555-nm emitting CdSe-ZnS core-shell QDs [5].

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