Dirk Norbert Hendrik Meineke

Dirk Norbert Hendrik Meineke
Miltenyi Biotec B.V. & Co. KG | MACS · Research & Development Reagents

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April 2013 - present
Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (8)
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Electronic energy transfer (EET) between chromophores is of fundamental importance for many biological processes and optoelectronic devices. However, common models fall short in fully describing the process, especially in bichromophoric model systems with a donor and acceptor connected by a rigid linker providing perpendicular geometries. Herein, w...
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A range of bright and photostable rhodamines and carbopyronines with absorption maxima in the range of λ=500-630 nm were prepared, and enabled the specific labeling of cytoskeletal filaments using HaloTag technology followed by staining with 1 μm solutions of the dye-ligand conjugates. The synthesis, photophysical parameters, fluorogenic behavior,...
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Helle und photostabile Rhodamine und Carbopyronine mit Absorptionsmaxima im Bereich von λ=500–630 nm wurden entwickelt, die nach Anwendung von HaloTag-Technologie, gefolgt von einer Färbung mit 1 μm Lösungen der Farbstoff-Ligand-Konjugate, die spezifische Markierung von Zellskelettfilamenten ermöglichen. Die Synthese, die photophysikalischen Eigens...
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Aromatic nucleophilic substitution (SNAr) of fluorine in 9-(3′-carboxy-4′,5′,6′,7′-tetrafluorophenyl) groups of xanthene dyes constitutes a powerful tool in dye design. Thiols and amines regioselectively replace F-6′. This approach enables additional hydrophilic residues or functional groups required for bioconjugation to be introduced. By using th...
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The synthesis, reactivity, and photophysical properties of new rhodamines with intense red fluorescence, two polar residues (hydroxyls, primary phosphates, or sulfonic acid groups), and improved hydrolytic stability of the amino-reactive sites (NHS esters or mixed N-succinimidyl carbonates) are reported. All fluorophores contain an N-alkyl-1,2-dihy...

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