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Themed collection The 1st Sauvage Symposium

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Accepted Manuscript - Review Article

Organic Luminogens Bearing Alkyl Substituents: Design Flexibility, Adjustable Molecular Packing, and the Optimized Performance

From the themed collection: The 1st Sauvage Symposium
Review Article

Multifunctional organic field effect transistors constructed with photochromic molecules

Introducing photochromic units into the electronic material system allows the reversible tuning of the output signals of a photochromic OFET by light triggers, resulting in a remote-controllable device with potential applications.

Graphical abstract: Multifunctional organic field effect transistors constructed with photochromic molecules
From the themed collection: The 1st Sauvage Symposium
Review Article

Recent progress in utilizing near-infrared J-aggregates for imaging and cancer therapy

Schematic diagram of NIR J-aggregates of various organic dyes as effective bioimaging (fluorescence (FL) or photoacoustic (PA)) and therapeutic agents (PDT or PTT).

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in utilizing near-infrared J-aggregates for imaging and cancer therapy
From the themed collection: The 1st Sauvage Symposium
Review Article

Advances in fluorescent sensors for β-galactosidase

This minireview summarizes advances in the molecular design strategy and biological applications of fluorescent probes for β-galactosidase (β-Gal), focusing on detection accuracy enhancement and aggregation-induced emission for background minimization.

Graphical abstract: Advances in fluorescent sensors for β-galactosidase
From the themed collection: The 1st Sauvage Symposium
Review Article

Wash-free detection and bioimaging by AIEgens

Herein, the latest progress of AIEgens for application in wash-free detection and bioimaging was reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Wash-free detection and bioimaging by AIEgens
From the themed collection: The 1st Sauvage Symposium
Research Article

Synthesis and short DNA in situ loading and delivery of 4 nm-aperture flexible organic frameworks

Water-soluble hydrazone-connected 3D flexible organic frameworks have been revealed to in situ load and deliver short DNA into normal and cancer cells.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and short DNA in situ loading and delivery of 4 nm-aperture flexible organic frameworks
From the themed collection: The 1st Sauvage Symposium
Research Article

Silica-supported dual-dye nanoprobes for ratiometric hypoxia sensing

A covalently encapsulated dual-dye silica nanoprobe has been developed by a one-pot approach for sensitive ratiometric hypoxia detection with the Ksv value of 243.1 bar−1 and I0/I100 ratio of 153.

Graphical abstract: Silica-supported dual-dye nanoprobes for ratiometric hypoxia sensing
From the themed collection: The 1st Sauvage Symposium
Research Article

Highly selective removal of heterocyclic impurities from toluene by nonporous adaptive crystals of perethylated pillar[6]arene

We use nonporous adaptive crystals of perethylated pillar[6]arene to adsorb heterocyclic compounds from a mixture of toluene and heterocyclic compounds with high selectivity, ultimately improving the purity of toluene from 96.78% to 99.00%.

Graphical abstract: Highly selective removal of heterocyclic impurities from toluene by nonporous adaptive crystals of perethylated pillar[6]arene
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About this collection

The 1st Sauvage Symposium was held at Wuhan University on January 2020. It presented the outstanding research from leading experts in the field of molecular science, including molecular design, synthesis and aggregation as well as their applications on optoelectronics, bio-imaging and diagnosis. This collection highlights the fantastic work by the symposium speakers.

Guest Editors:  Zhen Li (Wuhan University), Cheng Wang (Wuhan University), Dahui Qu (East China University of Science & Technology)

More articles will be added as soon as they are published.

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