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Oxygen Activation and Energy Conservation by Cytochrome c Oxidase

19-Jan-2018 | Mårten Wikström; Klaas Krab; Vivek Sharma, Chemical Reviews, 2018

This review focuses on the type A cytochrome c oxidases (CcO), which are found in all mitochondria and also in several aerobic bacteria. CcO catalyzes the respiratory reduction of dioxygen (O2) to water by an intriguing mechanism, the details of which are fairly well understood today as a result ...

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Multiscale and Multistep Ordering of Flow-Induced Nucleation of Polymers

19-Jan-2018 | Kunpeng Cui; Zhe Ma; Nan Tian; Fengmei Su; Dong Liu; Liangbin Li, Chemical Reviews, 2018

Flow-induced crystallization (FIC) is a typical nonequilibrium phase transition and a core industry subject for the largest group of commercially useful polymeric materials: semicrystalline polymers. A fundamental understanding of FIC can benefit the research of nonequilibrium ordering in matter ...

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Correction to Hydrogen Sulfide Capture: From Absorption in Polar Liquids to Oxide, Zeolite, and Metal–Organic Framework Adsorbents and Membranes

17-Jan-2018 | Mansi S. Shah; Michael Tsapatsis; J. Ilja Siepmann, Chemical Reviews, 2018

Chemical Reviews DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemrev.7b00768

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Bright Side of Lignin Depolymerization: Toward New Platform Chemicals

16-Jan-2018 | Zhuohua Sun; Bálint Fridrich; Alessandra de Santi; Saravanakumar Elangovan; Katalin Barta, Chemical Reviews, 2018

Lignin, a major component of lignocellulose, is the largest source of aromatic building blocks on the planet and harbors great potential to serve as starting material for the production of biobased products. Despite the initial challenges associated with the robust and irregular structure of ...

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Engineering the Surface of Therapeutic “Living” Cells

16-Jan-2018 | Jooyeon Park; Brenda Andrade; Yongbeom Seo; Myung-Joo Kim; Steven C. Zimmerman; Hyunjoon Kong, Chemical Reviews, 2018

Biological cells are complex living machines that have garnered significant attention for their potential to serve as a new generation of therapeutic and delivery agents. Because of their secretion, differentiation, and homing activities, therapeutic cells have tremendous potential to treat or ...

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Same Substrate, Many Reactions: Oxygen Activation in Flavoenzymes

11-Jan-2018 | Elvira Romero; J. Rubén Gómez Castellanos; Giovanni Gadda; Marco W. Fraaije; Andrea Mattevi, Chemical Reviews, 2018

Over time, organisms have evolved strategies to cope with the abundance of dioxygen on Earth. Oxygen-utilizing enzymes tightly control the reactions involving O2 mostly by modulating the reactivity of their cofactors. Flavins are extremely versatile cofactors that are capable of undergoing redox ...

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Same Substrate, Many Reactions: Oxygen Activation in Flavoenzymes

11-Jan-2018 | Elvira Romero; J. Rubén Gómez Castellanos; Giovanni Gadda; Marco W. Fraaije; Andrea Mattevi, Chemical Reviews, 2018

Over time, organisms have evolved strategies to cope with the abundance of dioxygen on Earth. Oxygen-utilizing enzymes tightly control the reactions involving O2 mostly by modulating the reactivity of their cofactors. Flavins are extremely versatile cofactors that are capable of undergoing redox ...

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Advances in One-Pot Synthesis through Borrowing Hydrogen Catalysis

10-Jan-2018 | Avelino Corma; Javier Navas; Maria J. Sabater, Chemical Reviews, 2018

The borrowing hydrogen (BH) principle, also called hydrogen auto-transfer, is a powerful approach which combines transfer hydrogenation (avoiding the direct use of molecular hydrogen) with one or more intermediate reactions to synthesize more complex molecules without the need for tedious ...

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Advances in One-Pot Synthesis through Borrowing Hydrogen Catalysis

10-Jan-2018 | Avelino Corma; Javier Navas; Maria J. Sabater, Chemical Reviews, 2018

The borrowing hydrogen (BH) principle, also called hydrogen auto-transfer, is a powerful approach which combines transfer hydrogenation (avoiding the direct use of molecular hydrogen) with one or more intermediate reactions to synthesize more complex molecules without the need for tedious ...

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Homogeneously Catalyzed Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide—Methods, Mechanisms, and Catalysts

10-Jan-2018 | Robert Francke; Benjamin Schille; Michael Roemelt, Chemical Reviews, 2018

The utilization of CO2 via electrochemical reduction constitutes a promising approach toward production of value-added chemicals or fuels using intermittent renewable energy sources. For this purpose, molecular electrocatalysts are frequently studied and the recent progress both in tuning of the ...

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