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Latest Developments in Metalloenzyme Design and Repurposing
Artificial metalloenzymes (AMEs) combine homogeneous catalysis with enzymatic catalysis. In this microreview the authors describe recent developments in this fascinating field, ranging from artificial zinc hydrolases, metathesases, new heme protein reactions to lightâ€driven redox reactions and enzyme models. [Microreview]
- Shaghayegh Abdolahzadeh, Johannes W. de Boer, Wesley R. Browne
Redox-State Dependent Ligand Exchange in Manganese-Based Oxidation Catalysis [Microreview]
- Marco Chino, Ornella Maglio, Flavia Nastri, Vincenzo Pavone, William F. DeGrado, Angela Lombardi
Artificial Diiron Enzymes with a De Novo Designed Four-Helix Bundle Structure [Microreview]
- Kristian E. Dalle, Franc Meyer
Modelling Binuclear Metallobiosites: Insights from Pyrazole-Supported Biomimetic and Bioinspired Complexes [Microreview]
- Tim Nichol, J. Colin Murrell, Thomas J. Smith
Controlling the Activities of the Diiron Centre in Bacterial Monooxygenases: Lessons from Mutagenesis and Biodiversity [Microreview]
- Bernhard Kräutler
Antivitamins B12—A Structure- and Reactivity-Based Concept [Concept]
- Jing Tang, Jun Li, Peimei Da, Yongcheng Wang, Gengfeng Zheng
Solar-Energy-Driven Photoelectrochemical Biosensing Using TiO2 Nanowires [Minireview]
- Adeline Jasselin-Hinschberger, Corinne Comoy, Anthony Chartoire, Yves Fort
Elaboration of Furopyridine Scaffolds [Microreview]
July 29, 2015
Angewandte Chemie 32/2015: New Spin
In this issue, L. Frydman et al. review biomolecular NMR spectroscopy. How can the sensitivity of this method be improved? The Highlight deals with the production of universal blood by directed evolution (M. T. Reetz et al.). In his Editorial, A. Hirsch tackles the giant European research project that is the graphene flagship.
In the Comunications section, M. G. Kanatzidis et al. describe an intermetallic semiconductor with a non-centrosymmetric structure and the chemical formula EuIr4In2Ge4 (see picture). S. Kobayashi et al. present a method for the effective formylation of amines with CO2 and diphenylsilane, and B. Han et al. point out that porous zirconium–phytic acid hybrids are highly efficient catalysts for Meerwein–Ponndorf–Verley reductions.
Making Polymers from a Greenhouse Gas
Versatile nanostructures made from CO2 based polycarbonates
A future where power plants feed their carbon dioxide directly into an adjacent production facility instead of spewing it up a chimney and into the atmosphere is definitely possible, because CO2 isn’t just an undesirable greenhouse gas; it is also a good source of carbon for processes like polymer production. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, American scientists have now introduced a two-step, one-pot conversion of CO2 and epoxides to polycarbonate block copolymers that contain both water-soluble and hydrophobic regions and can aggregate into nanoparticles or micelles.
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