Elizabeth J New
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Reaction-based fluorescent probes for selective imaging of hydrogen sulfide in living cells
AR Lippert, EJ New, CJ Chang
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (26), 10078-10080, 2011
Cell-penetrating metal complex optical probes: targeted and responsive systems based on lanthanide luminescence
CP Montgomery, BS Murray, EJ New, R Pal, D Parker
Accounts of chemical research 42 (7), 925-937, 2009
Fluorescent probes for the simultaneous detection of multiple analytes in biology
JL Kolanowski, F Liu, EJ New
Chemical Society Reviews 47 (1), 195-208, 2018
Development of responsive lanthanide probes for cellular applications
EJ New, D Parker, DG Smith, JW Walton
Current opinion in chemical biology 14 (2), 238-246, 2010
Imaging metals in biology: balancing sensitivity, selectivity and spatial resolution
DJ Hare, EJ New, MD de Jonge, G McColl
Chemical Society Reviews 44 (17), 5941-5958, 2015
Copper regulates cyclic-AMP-dependent lipolysis
L Krishnamoorthy, JA Cotruvo Jr, J Chan, H Kaluarachchi, A Muchenditsi, ...
Nature chemical biology 12 (8), 586-592, 2016
Mechanisms of cell uptake and toxicity of the anticancer drug cisplatin
ND Eljack, HYM Ma, J Drucker, C Shen, TW Hambley, EJ New, T Friedrich, ...
Metallomics 6 (11), 2126-2133, 2014
Reversible fluorescent probes for biological redox states
A Kaur, JL Kolanowski, EJ New
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (5), 1602-1613, 2016
Definition of the uptake mechanism and sub-cellular localisation profile of emissive lanthanide complexes as cellular optical probes
EJ New, A Congreve, D Parker
Chemical Science 1 (1), 111-118, 2010
A selective reaction-based fluorescent probe for detecting cobalt in living cells
HY Au-Yeung, EJ New, CJ Chang
Chemical Communications 48 (43), 5268-5270, 2012
Critical evaluation of five emissive europium (III) complexes as optical probes: correlation of cytotoxicity, anion and protein affinity with complex structure, stability and …
BS Murray, EJ New, R Pal, D Parker
Organic & biomolecular chemistry 6 (12), 2085-2094, 2008
Harnessing the properties of cobalt coordination complexes for biological application
AK Renfrew, ES O'Neill, TW Hambley, EJ New
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 375, 221-233, 2018
Identification of emissive lanthanide complexes suitable for cellular imaging that resist quenching by endogenous anti-oxidants
RA Poole, CP Montgomery, EJ New, A Congreve, D Parker, M Botta
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 5 (13), 2055-2062, 2007
A FRET-based ratiometric redox probe for detecting oxidative stress by confocal microscopy, FLIM and flow cytometry
A Kaur, MA Haghighatbin, CF Hogan, EJ New
Chemical communications 51 (52), 10510-10513, 2015
Harnessing the potential of small molecule intracellular fluorescent sensors
EJ New
Acs Sensors 1 (4), 328-333, 2016
A mechanistic study of the dynamic quenching of the excited state of europium (III) and terbium (III) macrocyclic complexes by charge-or electron transfer
F Kielar, CP Montgomery, EJ New, D Parker, RA Poole, SL Richardson, ...
Organic & biomolecular chemistry 5 (18), 2975-2982, 2007
Enantioselective regulation of a metal complex in reversible binding to serum albumin: dynamic helicity inversion signalled by circularly polarised luminescence
CP Montgomery, EJ New, D Parker, RD Peacock
Chemical communications, 4261-4263, 2008
Fluorescent sensing arrays for cations and anions
DG Smith, IL Topolnicki, VE Zwicker, KA Jolliffe, EJ New
Analyst 142 (19), 3549-3563, 2017
Two-photon microscopy study of the intracellular compartmentalisation of emissive terbium complexes and their oligo-arginine and oligo-guanidinium conjugates
F Kielar, A Congreve, G Law, EJ New, D Parker, KL Wong, P Castreňo, ...
Chemical communications, 2435-2437, 2008
The mechanism of cell uptake for luminescent lanthanide optical probes: the role of macropinocytosis and the effect of enhanced membrane permeability on compartmentalisation
EJ New, D Parker
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 7 (5), 851-855, 2009
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