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Three-point recognition and selective fluorescence sensing of L-DOPA.

[reaction: see text] A phenylboronic acid derivative of a well-known dye (Lucifer yellow) recognizes L-DOPA through a combination of reversible esterification, charge transfer, and electrostatic interactions. The selective recognition event is signaled by a drop in the emission intensity of the fluorescent chemosensor.[1]


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