Angewandte Chemie 13/2024: Innovation and Team Spirit

Angewandte Chemie 13/2024: Innovation and Team Spirit

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

In this issue, Jianlin Shi et al. review nanocatalytic anti-tumor immune regulation. Andreas Herrmann et al. summarize sonogenetics for monitoring and modulating biomolecular function by ultrasound. The Minireviews deal with catalytic versatility of NAD(P)H-dependent oxidoreductases (Mélanie Hall et al.), biocatalysts with a single metal atom (Yanli Zhao et al.), as well as heterogeneous photocatalytic strategies for C(sp3)–H activation (Zhigang Chai). In a Viewpoint Article, Ulrich A. K. Betz et al. discuss science competitions seen through the lens of the Compound Challenge.

In the original research section, Mohammad H. Hasan and Ian T. McCrum demonstrate the use of pKa as a predictive descriptor for electrochemical anion adsorption. Ryuhei Nakamura et al. rationalize the influence of the binding affinity on the activation of phosphoserine phosphatases. Thomas Lectka et al. present metal-ion-induced large-fragment deactivation as a strategy for site selectivity in a complex molecule (see picture). Ankur K. Guha et al. push the extreme of multicenter bonding by predicting a planar pentacoordinate hydride.


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