Herein, we demonstrate a unique sensor array approach using “imprint-and-report” DCLs that obviates the need for receptor synthesis and isolation.
In this work, we confirm the validity of this principle in the three-blade propeller molecular system.
Herein, the global interactome of the unicellular alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii was analyzed via XL-MS by implementing the MS-cleavable disuccinimidyl sulfoxide (DSSO) crosslinker and enriching for crosslinks using strong cation exchange chromatography.
Motivated by the limitations in selectivity and performance of current PFAS removal technologies, we report a platform approach for the development of ionic fluorogel resins that effectively remove a chemically diverse mixture of PFAS from water.
Herein, we provide a deeper understanding of stereoselective ion-pairing polymerization through comprehensive experimental and computational studies.
Using a bioinspired di(phenylalanine) acrylamide (FF) monomer, we explored the impact of various noncovalent interactions in generating ordered assembled structures.
Here, we extend nanodroplet-mediated electrodeposition to the electrodeposition of copper nanoparticles from aqueous nanodroplets suspended in 0.1 M tetrabutylammonium hexafluorophosphate ([TBA][PF6]) and 1,2-dichloroethane.
Herein, we demonstrate that polymyxin B, a last resort antibiotic, influences the production of the genotoxic metabolite colibactin from adherent-invasive Escherichia coli (AIEC) NC101.
Here, we demonstrate a hybrid top-down/bottom-up approach to patterning single-crystal HP microstructures.
This Review details approaches for the determination of thermodynamic potentials for common fuel-forming reactions and for the determination of electrochemical overpotential, and underscores the need to employ methods that enable meaningful comparisons between molecular catalysts.
Herein, we leverage the brush-like polymer architecture to design and administer minimally invasive injectable elastomers that cure in vivo into leachable-free implants with mechanical properties matching the surrounding tissue.