Chemical Sensing Based on Membrane Potential Change Induced by Host-Guest Complexation at a Membrane Surface

Kazunori Odashima, Ryuichi Naganawa, Hanna Radecka, Masamitsu Kataoka, Eiichi Kimura, Tohru Koike, Koji Tohda, Masahiro Tange, Hiroyuki Furuta, Jonathan L. Sessler, Kenichi Yagij, Yoshio Umezawa

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Three new principles for discrimination of organic guests by the membrane potential change are described, which are based on the host-guest recognition of charged groups, hydrogen bonding groups, or steric shapes of nonpolar moieties, (i) Potentiometric discrimination by the recognition of charged groups has been attained by liquid membrane type electrodes containing lipophilic macrocyclic polyamines as the sensory elements. These electrodes displayed potentiometric selectivities for organic anions according to the amount or proximity of negative charges. Thus, the strongest responses were observed for such guests as ATP4- having a large number of negative charges as well as maleate2- and phthalate2-having negative charges at the closest distance within the molecule, (ii) Potentiometric discrimination by the recognition of hydrogen bonding groups has been attained by an electrode containing a lipophilic cytosine-pendant triamine, which functions as a ditopic receptor for guanine nucleotides by an electrostatic interaction with the phosphate group and a complementary base pairing with the guanine base. This electrode displayed nearly all-or-nothing selectivities between guanine and adenine nucleotides. Selective responses to guanine nucleotides were also obtained by double receptor type electrodes containing a macrocyclic tetraamine and a neutral cytosine derivative despite the fact that both of these hosts, when existed separately, showed only weak responses to these guests, (iii) Potentiometric discrimination by the recognition of steric shapes of nonpolar moieties has been attained by an electrode containing a lipophilic hexaester of calix[6]arene having an inclusion cavity for organic guests. At pH 7.0, the strongest responses were obtained for primary amine guests such as 2-phenylethyiamine and 1-octylamine having no bulky substituent at the a-carbon that could sterically hinder the formation of tripodal hydrogen bonds between the NH3 + group of the guest and the ester carbonyl groups of the host. A comparison of potentiometric selectivities with those of the electrode containing dibenzo-18-crown-6, as well as !H-NMR results on the geometry of the host-guest complex, strongly supported a potentiometric shape discrimination effect based on the inclusion of guests within the calix[6]arene cavity having a well-defined structure.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)101-113
Number of pages13
JournalSupramolecular Chemistry
Volume4
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 1994

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Complexation
Membranes
Electrodes
Guanine Nucleotides
Hydrogen bonds
Cytosine
Liquid membranes
Adenine Nucleotides
Polyamines
Guanine
Coulomb interactions
Amines
Anions
Esters
Carbon
Phosphates
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Derivatives
Molecules
Geometry

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Odashima, K., Naganawa, R., Radecka, H., Kataoka, M., Kimura, E., Koike, T., ... Umezawa, Y. (1994). Chemical Sensing Based on Membrane Potential Change Induced by Host-Guest Complexation at a Membrane Surface. Supramolecular Chemistry, 4(2), 101-113. https://doi.org/10.1080/10610279408029869

Chemical Sensing Based on Membrane Potential Change Induced by Host-Guest Complexation at a Membrane Surface. / Odashima, Kazunori; Naganawa, Ryuichi; Radecka, Hanna; Kataoka, Masamitsu; Kimura, Eiichi; Koike, Tohru; Tohda, Koji; Tange, Masahiro; Furuta, Hiroyuki; Sessler, Jonathan L.; Yagij, Kenichi; Umezawa, Yoshio.

In: Supramolecular Chemistry, Vol. 4, No. 2, 01.12.1994, p. 101-113.

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Odashima, K, Naganawa, R, Radecka, H, Kataoka, M, Kimura, E, Koike, T, Tohda, K, Tange, M, Furuta, H, Sessler, JL, Yagij, K & Umezawa, Y 1994, 'Chemical Sensing Based on Membrane Potential Change Induced by Host-Guest Complexation at a Membrane Surface', Supramolecular Chemistry, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 101-113. https://doi.org/10.1080/10610279408029869
Odashima, Kazunori ; Naganawa, Ryuichi ; Radecka, Hanna ; Kataoka, Masamitsu ; Kimura, Eiichi ; Koike, Tohru ; Tohda, Koji ; Tange, Masahiro ; Furuta, Hiroyuki ; Sessler, Jonathan L. ; Yagij, Kenichi ; Umezawa, Yoshio. / Chemical Sensing Based on Membrane Potential Change Induced by Host-Guest Complexation at a Membrane Surface. In: Supramolecular Chemistry. 1994 ; Vol. 4, No. 2. pp. 101-113.
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