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Metallophore mapping in complex matrices by metal isotope coded profiling of organic ligands

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Abstract

Metal isotope coded profiling (MICP) introduces a universal discovery platform for metal chelating natural products that act as metallophores, ion buffers or sequestering agents. The detection of cation and oxoanion complexing ligands is facilitated by the identification of unique isotopic signatures created by the application of isotopically pure metals.

Graphical abstract: Metallophore mapping in complex matrices by metal isotope coded profiling of organic ligands

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Submitted
08 Aug 2014
Accepted
26 Sep 2014
First published
26 Sep 2014

This article is Open Access

Analyst, 2014,139, 6096-6099
Article type
Communication
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Metallophore mapping in complex matrices by metal isotope coded profiling of organic ligands

M. Deicke, J. F. Mohr, J. Bellenger and T. Wichard, Analyst, 2014, 139, 6096
DOI: 10.1039/C4AN01461H

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