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Natural metalloenzymes stabilize metal centers by utilizing multiple imidazole moieties. Inspired by nature's design principles, the introduction of multiple azoles into ligands has been an effective method for constructing transition metal complexes. Herein, we describe a post‐synthetic...
Cyclic tungsten bis‐alkyne complexes derived from a 1,1′‐ferrocenyldialkyne (1 and 2) adopt a rigid conformation where the two alkynes are in a syn orientation and are likely positioned about 3.5 Å apart. Since intramolecular hydrogen bonding in protein secondary structures positions the donors...
Electronics made from biological materials are desirable for use in medical devices, biosensors, and soft robotics because they have properties inaccessible to current inorganic technologies. Here, a series of cationic peptides were developed to self‐assemble with the anionic porphyrin...
Peptide vaccines and immunotherapies against aggregating proteins involved in the pathogenesis and progression of Alzheimer's disease (AD)—the β‐amyloid peptide (Aβ) and tau—are promising therapeutic avenues against AD. Two decades of effort has led to the controversial United States Food and...
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