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“If I had one year of paid leave I would sail around the world with my family. If I could be a piece of lab equipment, I would be a magnetic stirrer, simple but essential ...” This and more about Yusuke Yamauchi can be found on page 7742.
Reviews from Our Sister Journals
- Rosa Buonfiglio, Maurizio Recanatini, Matteo Masetti
Protein Flexibility in Drug Discovery: From Theory to Computation
Flex and stretch: The mechanisms of biomolecular recognition are strongly coupled to the intrinsic dynamic of proteins. Accounting for protein flexibility in structureâ€based drug discovery is still a challenging task. This review describes the most important computational methods to model protein flexibility in light of the recent advances in the theories of biomolecular recognition. [Minireview]
- Cyrille Hamon, Luis M. Liz-Marzán
Hierarchical Assembly of Plasmonic Nanoparticles [Minireview]
- Huailin Fan, Wenzhong Shen
Carbon Nanosheets: Synthesis and Application [Review]
- Harmen S. Zijlstra, Sjoerd Harder
Methylalumoxane – History, Production, Properties, and Applications [Microreview]
- Alexandre Vasseur, Jacques Muzart, Jean Le Bras
Ubiquitous Benzoquinones, Multitalented Compounds for Palladium-Catalyzed Oxidative Reactions [Microreview]
- Sophie M. Guillaume, Evgueni Kirillov, Yann Sarazin, Jean-François Carpentier
Beyond Stereoselectivity, Switchable Catalysis: Some of the Last Frontier Challenges in Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Esters [Review]
- Dennis P. Chen, Jie Fu, Sara E. Skrabalak
Towards Shape Control of Metal Oxide Nanocrystals in Confined Molten Media [Focus Review]
- Zhiyong Ma, Zhijian Wang, Mingjun Teng, Zejun Xu, Xinru Jia
Mechanically Induced Multicolor Change of Luminescent Materials [Minireview]
June 24, 2015
Angewandte Chemie 27/2015: Nobels, Let There Be Light!
In the Communications section, J. Caro et al. present an inverted fuel cell, which can separate hydrogen from exhaust gases of different compositions at room temperature (see picture). H.-F. Bettinger et al. report on the synthesis of 1,2-azaborines, and S.-Y. Liu et al. describe their Diels–Alder reactions. R. McDonald et al. succeeded in the reductive catenation of phosphine antimony complexes to prepare bicyclic chair-configured antimony cations. G. Travé et al. target two oncogenic functional sites of an oncoprotein with a high-affinity bivalent ligand.
Chemical Sensing on the Phone
Disposable lab-on-a-chip chemical assay unit with cell phone camera readout for autonomous use
There is growing demand for point-of-care diagnosis worldwide using low-cost, autonomous, and disposable devices. Scientists in Sweden have developed a disposable lab-on-a-chip unit that is manufactured by 3D printing technique and equipped with an integrated 3D-printed optical lens system which serves as an interface for direct readout by any regular cell phone camera. As the scientists report in the journal Angewandte Chemie, their device reliably performs quantitative chemical sensing, and the prototype is designed for colorimetric detection of the glucose concentration in a clinically relevant range.
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