Angewandte Chemie International Edition

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Editor: Peter Gölitz, Deputy Editors: Neville Compton, Haymo Ross

Online ISSN: 1521-3773

Associated Title(s): Angewandte Chemie, Chemistry - A European Journal, Chemistry – An Asian Journal, ChemistryOpen, ChemPhotoChem, ChemPlusChem, Zeitschrift für Chemie

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24/2001
Plastic-Protein Hybrid Materials
Enzymatic films for bioactive surfaces

(PDF)
Protein–Polymer Hybrid Amphiphiles

R. J. M. Nolte et al., Nijmegen (The Netherlands)


23/2001
Molds made of Sugar Rings
Synthesis of porous Silica with help from cyclodextrin aggregates
(PDF)
From Cyclodextrin Assemblies to Porous Materials by Silica Templating

S. Polarz, Golm (Germany)


22/2001
Artificial Enzymes
Researchers develop "framed" catalysts by copying natural enzymes
(PDF)
Artificial Enzymes Formed through Directed Assembly of Molecular Square Encapsulated Epoxidation Catalysts

Nguyen/Hupp, Evanston, IL (USA)


21/2001
Clearing up the Haze
Researchers develop a strategy for studying organic atmospheric aerosols
(PDF)
An Analytical Approach for a Comprehensive Study of Organic Aerosols

W. Schrader et al., Mülheim/R. (Germany)


20/2001
Battle of the Chronic Inflammations
Sugar derivative imitates peptide structure - a new starting material for pharmaceutical agents
(PDF)
Design, Synthesis, and Biological Evaluation of α4β1 Integrin Antagonists Based on β-D-Mannose as Rigid Scaffold

H. Kessler et al., Munich, Germany


19/2001
Keeping in Shape
A new method for the easy production of components made of iron silicide
(PDF)
The Unusual Formation of Iron Silicide by Reaction of Iron with SiCl4

M. Binnewies et al., Hannover


18/2001
Evolution in a Flask
Optimization of enzymes through genetic selection
(PDF)
Investigating and Engineering Enzymes by Genetic Selection

D. Hilvert, Zurich


17/2001
Peeking into Proteins' Pockets
Recognizing functional similarities between proteins by comparing their binding cavities
(PDF)
From Structure to Function: A New Approach to Detect Functional Similarity among Proteins Independent from Sequence and Fold Homology

G. Klebe et al., Marburg (Germany)


16/2001
Writing with a Microscope
Using nanolithography to precisely arrange individual particles
(PDF)
Combinatorial Templates Generated by Dip-Pen Nanolithography for the Formation of Two-Dimensional Particle Arrays

C. A. Mirkin, Evanston, IL (USA)


15/2001
Exotic Superconductors
Unusual silver-fluoride compounds are potential high-temperature superconductors
(PDF)
Real and Hypothetical Intermediate-Valence AgII/AgIII and AgII/AgI Fluoride Systems as Potential Superconductors

R. Hoffmann Cornell Univ. (USA)


14/2001
Life-Saving Peptide Ring?
New hope for a malaria vaccine
(PDF)
Synthesis, Biological, and Immunological Properties of Cyclic Peptides from Plasmodium Falciparum Merozoite Surface Protein-1

M. Patarroyo, Bogotà


13/2001
Molecular Data Processing
Computers of the future: molecules instead of circuits?
(PDF)
IR-UV Double-Resonance Photodissociation of Nitric Acid (HONO2) Viewed as Molecular Information Processing

R. D. Levine, Jerusalem


12/2001
Coming Soon: Diagnosing Viruses with a Chip?
Israeli researchers have developed highly sensitive electronic detection of viral nucleic acids
(PDF)
Electronic Transduction of Polymerase or Reverse Transcriptase Induced Replication Processes on Surfaces: Highly Sensitive and Specific Detection of Viral Genomes

I. Willner, Jerusalem


11/2001
Hot on the Trail of Explosives
A new chemosensor detects TNT in groundwater and seawater
(PDF)
Detection of TNT and Picric Acid on Surfaces and in Seawater by Using Photoluminescent Polysiloles

M. J. Sailor, W. C. Trogler, San Diego, CA


10/2001
Laughing Gas in a Vicious Circle
Italian researchers discover
another mechanism for the formation
of atmospheric N2O
(PDF)
Ionization of O3 in Excess N2 : A New Route to N2O via Intermediate N2O3 Complexes

G. de Petris et al., Rome


09/2001
A Twisted Boat fights Thrombosis
The unusual structure of one sugar unit
is crucial to the effectiveness of heparin in preventing thrombosis
(PDF)
Synthesis of Conformationally Locked Carbohydrates: A Skew-Boat Conformation of L-Iduronic Acid Governs the Antithrombotic Activity of Heparin

P. Sinaÿ et al., Paris


08/2001
Molecular Surgery
Insertion of helium and hydrogen into an opened fullerene
(PDF)
Insertion of Helium and Molecular Hydrogen Through the Orifice of an Open Fullerene

Y. Rubin et al., Los Angeles


07/2001
Solvents In Retreat
A new catalyst for selective solvent-free hydrogenation at low temperatures
(PDF)
Solvent-Free, Low-Temperature, Selective Hydrogenation of Polyenes using a Bimetallic Nanoparticle Ru-Sn Catalyst

J. M. Thomas et al., London (UK)


06/2001
Reining in Energy Guzzlers
An ammonia catalyst for the next generation?
(PDF)
The Ammonia-Synthesis Catalyst of the Next Generation: Barium-Promoted Oxide-Supported Ruthenium

M. Muhler et al., Bochum (Germany)


05/2001
Feeling up Cells
Locally resolved detection of cell signals with microelectrodes
(PDF)
Spatially Resolved Detection of Neurotransmitter Secretion from Individual Cells by Means of Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy

W. Schuhmann et al., Bochum (Germany)


04/2001Gallium Football
A Gallium cluster has an unusual structure
(PDF)
Synthesis and Structure of a Ga84 R204- Cluster-A Link between Metalloid Clusters and Fullerenes?

A. Schnepf and Hg. Schnöckel, Karlsruhe (Germany)


03/2001New Ways to Identify Viruses?
Mass spectrometry of intact viruses
(PDF)
Mass Spectrometry of an Intact Virus

G. Siuzdak et al., La Jolla, CA (USA)


02/2001Folding Proteins on a Computer
Proteins only function when properly folded
(PDF)
The Key to Solving the Protein-Folding Problem Lies in an Accurate Description of the Denatured State

W. van Gunsteren et al., Zürich (Switzerland)


01/2001Frequently Cited
For once a top scientific journal is not from the USA
(PDF)
Angewandte Chemie in Light of the Science Citation Index

W. Marx, Stuttgart (Germany)

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