Here, we apply LOVE NMR, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, and solution hydrogen–deuterium exchange to globular proteins GB1, CI2, and two variants thereof to link mutation-induced changes in the dehydrated protein structure to changes in solution structure and stability.
Presented here are high-precision all-electron RT-TDDFT and it-TDDFT implementations within a numerical atom-centered orbital (NAO) basis function framework in the FHI-aims code.
Here, we discuss this recent work and the emerging picture of protein surfaces as not just hydrophilic coats interfacing the solvent to the protein's core and functional regions, but as critical components in cells controlling protein mobility, function and communication with post-translational modifications.
This work demonstrates that poly(silyl ether)s can be derived from poly(acyl silane)s through Brook rearrangements and Brook/benzoin sequences. Such skeletal editing is a powerful strategy to install functionality and modify properties of polymeric materials.
This work demonstrates that industrially-relevant vinyl polymers can be derived from polyesters through a sigmatropic rearrangement. Such editing of the polymer skeleton leads to dramatic changes in the thermal properties of the materials, and provides access to novel polymer compositions and structural precision.
In this work, we compare the optoelectronic properties and photoelectrochemical performance of two D–A–D structural isomers with thiophene-X-carboxylic acid (X denotes 3 and 2 positions) derivatives and 2,1,3-benzothiadiazole as the D and A moieties, respectively.
Here, we describe a single molecular assembly electrode that duplicates the key components of PSII.
This review summarizes the advancements in the field over the last decade, encompassing all aspects of the DSC technology: theoretical studies, characterization techniques, materials, applications as solar cells and as drivers for the synthesis of solar fuels, and commercialization efforts from various companies.
The design and application of a light-responsive red blood cell (RBC)-conveyed dexamethasone (Dex) construct that enables targeted drug delivery upon illumination of the inflamed site is described.
Herein, we synergistically combine RAFT and step-growth polymerization mechanisms, by employing a highly selective insertion process of a single monomer with a RAFT agent, to achieve RAFT step-growth polymerization.
This article describes stereodivergent Cu-catalyzed borylative cyclizations of racemic β-oxo acid derivatives bearing tethered pro-nucleophilic olefins to deliver highly functionalized cyclopentanols containing four contiguous stereogenic centers.