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Navarro (), Ryu, Platero-Prats () et al. show how mesopores in zirconium metal-organic frameworks allow magnesium methoxide doping and boost nerve agent detoxification!
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ACS Nano Jul 20
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American Chemical Society Jul 20
Outsmarting Tumors Through New Chemotherapeutics || featuring research published in
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Carolyn Bertozzi Jul 20
Impressive work by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ using photocrosslinking and mass spec to map small molecule protein contacts
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Karlin Lab Jul 19
Our paper entitled “Enhanced Rates of C-H Bond Cleavage by a Hydrogen Bonded Synthetic Heme High-Valent Iron(IV) Oxo Complex” is online!
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J. Am. Chem. Soc. Jul 19
Ortho-phthalaldehyde (OPA) is capable of chemoselectively cyclizing unprotected peptides with lysine/N-terminus and cysteine to form the isoindole-bridged cyclic peptides rapidly in the aqueous buffer.
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Indranil Roy Jul 18
Our recent article describes a supramolecular approach for modulated photoprotection, lysosomal delivery, and photodynamic activity of a photosensitizer and holds promise in supramolecular medicine.
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Cassi Callmann Jul 18
After many years of labor and effort, the most exciting project of my graduate career has just been published in ! Check out how we disguise a cancer drug as a long-chain fatty acid to sneakily destroy tumors:
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J Phys Chem Jul 18
Introducing the JPC Periodic Table! A Virtual Issue with articles published in JPC representing nearly every element. Each article is accompanied by a statement of significance from our Editors. Editorial: VI:
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J. Am. Chem. Soc. Jul 17
Happy Birthday to chemist and JACS author Angela Merkel! We haven't received any submissions from you in some time now but we understand you've been busy with other things.
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ACS Nano Jul 17
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Ying-Wei Yang Jul 17
Check out our paper entitled “Geminiarene: Molecular Scale Dual Selectivity for Chlorobenzene and Chlorocyclohexane Fractionation”. Many thanks to the Editors and Reviewers for the support.
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J. Am. Chem. Soc. Jul 17
The July 17, 2019 issue of JACS is now online ~ Our cover article depicts work from Belfort, Cotten, and co-workers investigating how amphipathicity influences the activity of antimicrobial piscidins.
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Porco Lab Jul 16
Congratulations to Wenhan Zhang, Lauren Brown, Han Yury, and Andrew Cyr and our collaborators at McGill (Jerry Pelletier and Jennifer Chu) and FDA (Tony Wang) for their excellent article in !
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J Phys Chem Jul 16
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J. Am. Chem. Soc. Jul 16
Carbothermal welding to access a Pd1@ ZrO2 nanonet (), fatty acid as a chemical fuel for chloride transport (), and a bifunctional zero-valence atom catalyst for H2 and NH3 production ().
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J. Am. Chem. Soc. Jul 16
A clickable azide-functionalized Au25 nanocluster platform provides golden opportunities for interfacial surface modifications.
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Aldridge Group Jul 16
Jamie and Petra's paper in on C-C activation in benzene is the subject of a highlight in Chem and Eng News:
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Carmen Drahl Jul 16
Cool- you cracked open a benzene ring? That must've taken some gnarly transition metal... Wait, aluminum?! Whoa. (Organometallic folks in reaction to the paper from I just covered for )
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J. Am. Chem. Soc. Jul 15
: X-ray crystal structure and mechanism of Bsp5, an NADPH-dependent enzyme that intercepts acyclic imino acids from a partner oxidase and reduces them to D-amino acids.
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