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The combination of mass spectroscopy-based proteomics with molecular dynamics enables the in-depth study of metallothioneine-Zn(II) binding mechanisms, critical to cell homeostasis and Zn(II) ion buffering.
A geometrically constrained phosphine bearing a tridentate NNS pincer ligand can afford thermoneutral activation of N−H in ammonia.
More than four decades have passed since the first example of a light-activated (caged) compound was described. In the intervening years, a large number of light-responsive derivatives have been reported, several of which have found utility under a variety of in vitro conditions using cells and...
Reversible addition–fragmentation chain-transfer (RAFT) polymerization and atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) are the two most common controlled radical polymerization methods. Both methods afford functional polymers with a predefined length, composition, dispersity and end group....
Protocells at life’s origin are often conceived as bilayer-enclosed precursors of life, whose self-reproduction rests on the early advent of replicating catalytic biopolymers. This Perspective describes an alternative scenario, wherein reproducing nanoscopic lipid micelles with catalytic...
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