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- Jinyue Ding, Jack Chang Hung Lee, Dennis G. Hall, Anna-Winona Struck, Mark L. Thompson, Lu Shin Wong, Jason Micklefield
S-Adenosyl-Methionine-Dependent Methyltransferases: Highly Versatile Enzymes in Biocatalysis, Biosynthesis and Other Biotechnological Applications
- Samuel E. Lohse, Catherine J. Murphy, Paweł Bednarek
Sulfur-Containing Secondary Metabolites from Arabidopsis thaliana and other Brassicaceae with Function in Plant Immunity [Review]
- Dieqing Zhang, Guisheng Li, Hexing Li, Yunfeng Lu
The Development of Better Photocatalysts through Composition- and Structure-Engineering [Focus Review]
- Louise A. Stubbing, G. Paul Savage, Margaret A. Brimble
N-Alkylsulfonylimines as Dipolarophiles in Cycloaddition Reactions [Focus Review]
- Sumin Lee, Youngmin You, Kei Ohkubo, Shunichi Fukuzumi, Wonwoo Nam, Hiroaki Ohno
Recent Advances in the Construction of Polycyclic Compounds by Palladium-Catalyzed Atom-Economical Cascade Reactions [Review]
- Birte Haberlag, Matthias Freytag, Constantin G. Daniliuc, Peter G. Jones, Matthias Tamm, Lin Yang, Qi Qin, Xin-Shan Ye
Preactivation: An Alternative Strategy in Stereoselective Glycosylation and Oligosaccharide Synthesis [Review]
May 20, 2015
Angewandte Chemie 22/2015: Graphene Power
In this issue, D. W. Stephan and G. Erker review the chemistry of frustrated Lewis pairs. How can they be used to activate small molecules or even to develop new reactions? The Highlight deals with electrochemical C–H amination (S. R. Waldvogel and S. Möhle).
In the Communications section, M. N. Tran and D. M. Chenoweth present photoelectrocyclization as an activation mechanism for live-cell imaging probes (see picture). T. W. Muir et al. provide insights into the spatial regulation of a methyltransferase by using a chromatin surrogate. S. P. Cooper and D. I. Booker-Milburn introduce a palladium(II)-catalyzed C–H activation cascade sequence for polyheterocycle formation, and Z. Zhou et al. succeeded in the introduction of graphene into rechargeable Li-CO2 batteries.
A Switch in Fish Skin Colors
Tilting of guanine crystal arrays is key to light-induced color change in the skin of the neon tetra fish
The neon tetra fish from the Amazonas River, along with some reptiles, amphibians, and other fish, takes advantage of structural colors in its skin to change its appearance in response to a triggering signal. In the light-adapted state, its lateral stripe shimmers blue-green, in the dark it is indigo. Scientists from Israel have now found an unambiguous answer to how this intriguing mechanism works. They present their results, which favor the so-called "Venetian blind" model, in the journal Angewandte Chemie.
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