Herein we report a broadly applicable approach to “polymerize through” oxygen using the synergistic combination of two radical initiators having different rates of homolysis.
Herein, we show distinct differences in the morphology, phase state, and chemical composition of individual organic–inorganic mixed particles after IEPOX uptake to ammonium sulfate particles with different initial atmospherically relevant acidities (pH = 1, 3, and 5).
Here, we outline a pipeline that combines microbial whole genome sequencing with protein structure data to yield a structural metagenomics-informed atlas of microbial enzyme families of interest.
Here, we show that referencing to a channel containing a non-binding control RNA enables subtraction of nonspecific binding contributions, allowing measurements of accurate and specific binding affinities.
Here we use a novel chemical probing strategy to visualize endogenous precursor and mature MAPT mRNA structures in cells.
Thus, we have adapted our previously described "imprint-and-report" fluorescent sensing method using dynamic combinatorial libraries (DCLs) to create a sensor array for these four metabolites that functions at physiologically relevant concentrations.
I am pleased to dedicate this SYNLETT Cluster in honor of Professor Shunichi Fukuzumi's 70th birthday. Prof. Fukuzumi is currently a Distinguished Professor at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea and Professor Emeritus of Osaka University, Japan.
Herein, we report the discovery and development of a catalyst-mediated asymmetric Michael addition/crystallization–induced diastereomer transformation of broad scope.
We demonstrate that the insulating ZrO2 substrate allows for the (spectro)electrochemical analysis of ultrathin ALD coatings to assess the electronic structure as a function of composition.
In an effort to rescue these “orphaned” cyclopropanes, Wilkerson-Hill and co-workers devised a stepwise addition/1,3-elimination process involving sterically encumbered dialkylmethine-substituted tert-butyl sulfones and styrenes.