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- Outi Parkkima, Maarit Karppinen
The YBaCo4O7+δ-Based Functional Oxide Material Family: A Review
The YBaCo4O7+δ family of layered cobalt oxide materials has unique and interesting properties with regard to both magnetism and oxygen storage. The crystal lattice structure allows a large oxygen nonstoichiometry and chemical substitution at each cation site, allowing the properties of these oxides to be tuned. [Microreview]
- Sébastien G. Gouin
Multivalent Inhibitors for Carbohydrate-Processing Enzymes: Beyond the “Lock-and-Key” Concept [Minireview]
- Sven Kruspe, Florian Mittelberger, Kristina Szameit, Ulrich Hahn
Aptamers as Drug Delivery Vehicles [Review]
- Arunoday Bhan, Subhrangsu S. Mandal
Long Noncoding RNAs: Emerging Stars in Gene Regulation, Epigenetics and Human Disease [Review]
- Aurélie Blond, Eric Ennifar, Carine Tisné, Laurent Micouin
The Design of RNA Binders: Targeting the HIV Replication Cycle as a Case Study [Review]
- Paul Vogel, Thorsten Stafforst
Site-Directed RNA Editing with Antagomir Deaminases — A Tool to Study Protein and RNA Function [Concept]
- Akimitsu Okamoto
DNA–Osmium Complexes: Recent Developments in the Operative Chemical Analysis of DNA Epigenetic Modifications [Review]
- Jussara Amato, Nunzia Iaccarino, Antonio Randazzo, Ettore Novellino, Bruno Pagano
Noncanonical DNA Secondary Structures as Drug Targets: the Prospect of the i-Motif [Concept]
August 29, 2014
Angewandte Chemie 36/2014: Click to Synthesize
In this issue, K. B. Sharpless et al. review the sulfur(VI) fluoride exchange reaction (SuFEx): In what way is it another good reaction for click chemistry? The Highlight deals with the remote functionalization of C–H bonds (M. Beller et al.).
In the Communications section, A. Friedler et al. describe a tandem in situ peptide cyclization through trifluoroacetic acid cleavage (see picture). S.-G. He et al. report on the thermal methane conversion to formaldehyde by single platinum atoms located in cluster anions. C. J. Yang et al. succeeded in the preparation of a nanomicelle for real-time imaging and NIR cancer therapy. Sharpless, Fokin et al. present a synthesis of polysulfates by applying SuFEx click chemistry.
A Small Golden Cosmos
Planet–satellite nanostructures from gold nanoparticles and RAFT star polymers
The cosmos in miniature: German researchers have produced nanoparticles surrounded by a group of smaller nanoparticles like a planet orbited by satellites. They equipped larger gold nanoparticles with special star-shaped polymers, which in turn bind to smaller gold nanoparticles. As the researchers report in the journal Angewandte Chemie, it is possible to precisely control the distance between the tiny “satellites” and their central “planet” by means of the molecular weight—and thus the chain length—of the polymers.
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