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- adj. (of a catalyst) that catalyzes the reaction of only one of a pair of enantiomers
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My research group grew and the scope of our work broadened to include other topics: enantioselective synthesis, metal complexes, new reactions for synthesis and enzyme chemistry.
The chemistry builds on a procedure recently developed in our laboratories, permitting catalytic enantioselective oxygen transfer to alkenes over a short timescale, in the presence of as little as 0.1 mol% of catalyst.
Hamashima, Y. & Sodeoka, M. Diastereo - and enantioselective conjugate addition of α-ketoesters to nitroalkenes catalyzed by a chiral
Gladysz's research covers a broad spectrum of fields and industries, including nanotechnology, organic synthesis and enantioselective reactions.
This is the first characterization of an enantioselective odorant receptor in insects and the results demonstrate that an OR alone, without helper proteins, can account for chiral specificity exhibited by olfactory sensory neurons (OSNs).
Only recently were enantioselective odorant receptors demonstrated in mammals while their existence in insects has remained hypothetical.