Angewandte Chemie 3/2024: Multiple Elements

Angewandte Chemie 3/2024: Multiple Elements

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

In this issue, Christian Heinis et al. review research on cyclic peptides for drug development, and Feng Shi et al. discuss catalytic asymmetric syntheses of atropisomers bearing multiple chiral elements. The Minireviews deal with selective gas-phase hydrogenation of CO2 to methanol catalyzed by metal–organic frameworks (Hermenegildo García et al.), electrocatalytic systems for NOx valorization in organonitrogen synthesis (Guangqin Li et al.), as well as boron–nitrogen Lewis pairs in the assembly of supramolecular macrocycles, molecular cages, polymers, and 3D materials (Beijia Chen, Frieder Jäkle). Dongwen Lv et al. highlight recent work on bifunctional peptide nanofibrils for targeted protein degradation.

In the original research section, Feng Deng et al. describe how the water-induced micro-hydrophobic effect regulates benzene methylation in a zeolite (see picture). Heike Brötz-Oesterhelt et al. solved the structure of Staphylococcus aureus ClpP bound to the covalent active-site inhibitor cystargolide A. Rafael Gramage-Doria et al. succeeded in the Markovnikov-selective cobalt-catalyzed Wacker-type oxidation of styrenes into ketones under ambient conditions with the help of hydrogen bonds. Zhiqiang Ma present an asymmetric synthesis of arboduridine.


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