Themed collection ChemComm Milestones – First Independent Articles

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Manufacturing polymeric porous capsules

The review paper outlines the current state-of-the-art strategies adopted to fabricate polymeric porous capsules which represent a novel supramolecular construct that broadens the applicability and versatility of self-assembled polymeric systems.

Graphical abstract: Manufacturing polymeric porous capsules
From the themed collection: 2022 Emerging Investigators
Highlight

Current electrochemical approaches to selective deuteration

A highlight of recent synthetic methods for selective deuteration of organic molecules using electrochemistry.

Graphical abstract: Current electrochemical approaches to selective deuteration
From the themed collection: Chemical Communications HOT Articles 2022
Feature Article

Configuring solid-state batteries to power electric vehicles: a deliberation on technology, chemistry and energy

Solid-state batteries are configured by deliberation of technology and energy, with material chemistries and processing parameters necessary to target the requirements of the roadmap of future energy-dense and safe batteries.

Graphical abstract: Configuring solid-state batteries to power electric vehicles: a deliberation on technology, chemistry and energy
Feature Article

Organelle-targeted photothermal agents for cancer therapy

This feature article summarizes the recent advances in organelle-targeted PTT agents over the past ten years.

Graphical abstract: Organelle-targeted photothermal agents for cancer therapy
Feature Article

Experimental determination of charge carrier dynamics in carbon nitride heterojunctions

We review the current understanding of charge carrier dynamics in carbon nitride heterojunctions and highlight open questions in the field.

Graphical abstract: Experimental determination of charge carrier dynamics in carbon nitride heterojunctions
Open Access Feature Article

Electrocatalytic synthesis of organic carbonates

This article presents the latest research on electrosynthesis routes to organic carbonates. Different methods are discussed in an effort to understand the underlying processes and challenges.

Graphical abstract: Electrocatalytic synthesis of organic carbonates
Open Access Feature Article

Computational tools for the evaluation of laboratory-engineered biocatalysts

Understanding directed evolution rules for biocatalyst generation through the lens of a computational microscope.

Graphical abstract: Computational tools for the evaluation of laboratory-engineered biocatalysts
Communication

Deep learning-assisted analysis of single molecule dynamics from liquid-phase electron microscopy

Deep learning methods, U-Net, UNet++, were applied to the analysis of single molecule movies obtained from liquid-phase electron microscopy.

Graphical abstract: Deep learning-assisted analysis of single molecule dynamics from liquid-phase electron microscopy
Open Access Communication

Catch-enrich-release approach for amine-containing natural products

Chemoselective approach to extract amine-containing natural products from complex matrices. The enzymatic release from the probe affords the underivatised compounds as products.

Graphical abstract: Catch-enrich-release approach for amine-containing natural products
Open Access Communication

Engineered myoglobin as a catalyst for atom transfer radical cyclisation

Myoglobin was subjected to site-directed mutagenesis and transformed into a catalyst able to perform the atom transfer radical reaction.

Graphical abstract: Engineered myoglobin as a catalyst for atom transfer radical cyclisation
Open Access Communication

A fluorescent probe strategy for the detection and discrimination of hydrogen peroxide and peroxynitrite in cells

We report a fluorescent probe strategy that provides the potential to detect and discriminate hydrogen peroxide and peroxynitrite in cells.

Graphical abstract: A fluorescent probe strategy for the detection and discrimination of hydrogen peroxide and peroxynitrite in cells
From the themed collection: Chemosensors and Molecular Logic
Communication

Design of high-avidity multivalent ligand structures that target cells with high ligand economy

Novel cell-targeting ligand structures are constructed with a spikey core scaffold, where multiple copies of coiled-coil peptide nanorods are conjugated on the surface of a peptide nanosheet.

Graphical abstract: Design of high-avidity multivalent ligand structures that target cells with high ligand economy
Communication

tert-Butyl nitrite triggered radical cascade reaction for synthesizing isoxazoles by a one-pot multicomponent strategy

TBN/Na2S2O8-mediated radical cascade reaction of alkenes with aldehydes involving the formation of diverse new bonds in one-pot.

Graphical abstract: tert-Butyl nitrite triggered radical cascade reaction for synthesizing isoxazoles by a one-pot multicomponent strategy
Communication

Identification of a pyrone-type species as the active site for the oxygen reduction reaction

A bicyclic pyrone-type species on carbon catalysts was identified as the active site for the oxygen reduction reaction.

Graphical abstract: Identification of a pyrone-type species as the active site for the oxygen reduction reaction
Communication

Thermal properties of single-layer MoS2–WS2 alloys enabled by machine-learned interatomic potentials

Machine-learned interatomic potential for the estimation of thermal transport properties of MoxW1−xS2 systems.

Graphical abstract: Thermal properties of single-layer MoS2–WS2 alloys enabled by machine-learned interatomic potentials
Communication

A Ni(COD)2-free approach for the synthesis of high surface area porous aromatic frameworks

A new method for the synthesis of high surface area porous aromatic frameworks that does not use Ni(COD)2 is described.

Graphical abstract: A Ni(COD)2-free approach for the synthesis of high surface area porous aromatic frameworks
Communication

Hard–soft chemistry guides the adaptable charge transport in lysine-doped heptapeptide junctions

This work for the first time introduces hard–soft acid base theory to analyze the counterion-modulated peptide charge transport and rationalizes the enhancement of peptide charge transport by the peptide-counterion interactions.

Graphical abstract: Hard–soft chemistry guides the adaptable charge transport in lysine-doped heptapeptide junctions
Communication

Fluorene analogues of xanthenes – low molecular weight near-infrared dyes

Lighter analogues of xanthene dyes show near-infrared absorption and emission, strongly redshifted due to the antiaromatic character of the fluorene scaffold.

Graphical abstract: Fluorene analogues of xanthenes – low molecular weight near-infrared dyes
Communication

Crystalline radical cations of bis-BN-based analogues of Thiele's hydrocarbon

Radical cations of air-stable bis-BN-based analogues of Thiele's hydrocarbon have been isolated.

Graphical abstract: Crystalline radical cations of bis-BN-based analogues of Thiele's hydrocarbon
Open Access Communication

Effect of Na+ and K+ on the cucurbituril-mediated hydrolysis of a phenyl acetate

Cucurbit[7]uril accelerates acid hydrolysis and screens the reaction centre from the neighbouring group. The coordination of alkali metal cations to the macrocycle portal uncompetitively reduces the catalytic activity.

Graphical abstract: Effect of Na+ and K+ on the cucurbituril-mediated hydrolysis of a phenyl acetate
Communication

Synthesis of spiropyrans via the Rh(III)-catalyzed annulation of 3-aryl-2H-benzo[b][1,4]oxazines with diazo ketoesters

An efficient Rh(III)-catalyzed 1 : 2 coupling of 3-aryl-2H-benzo[b][1,4]oxazines with diazo ketoesters has been realized via twofold C–H activation followed by unusual [3+3] and [4+2] annulation, providing a straightforward strategy to access polycyclic spiropyrans.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis of spiropyrans via the Rh(iii)-catalyzed annulation of 3-aryl-2H-benzo[b][1,4]oxazines with diazo ketoesters
Communication

Dark-induced vertical growth of chemobrionic architectures in silver-based precipitating chemical gardens

The light sensitivity of many silver compounds has restricted the observation of silver-based chemical gardens.

Graphical abstract: Dark-induced vertical growth of chemobrionic architectures in silver-based precipitating chemical gardens
Communication

Melamine-induced synthesis of a structurally perfect kagomé antiferromagnet

A structurally perfect kagomé antiferromagnet {[Cu3(bpy)6](SiF6)3(melamine)8(H2O)4}n was synthesized by introducing C3 symmetrical melamine molecules.

Graphical abstract: Melamine-induced synthesis of a structurally perfect kagomé antiferromagnet
Communication

Two-dimensional Zr/Hf-hydroxamate metal–organic frameworks

Novel two-dimensional Zr/Hf-hydroxamate MOFs, featuring chelated mononuclear nodes, were synthesized and exhibited great chemical stability and morphological tunability.

Graphical abstract: Two-dimensional Zr/Hf-hydroxamate metal–organic frameworks
From the themed collection: Chemical Communications HOT Articles 2022
Communication

Potassium tert-butoxide promoted regioselective deuteration of pyridines

Regioselective β- and γ-deuteration of pyridine was achieved under mild condition through a carbanion pathway with dimsyl-d5 intermediate.

Graphical abstract: Potassium tert-butoxide promoted regioselective deuteration of pyridines
Communication

CuCoFe Layered double hydroxides as laccase mimicking nanozymes for colorimetric detection of pheochromocytoma biomarkers

A convenient, sensitive and reliable laccase-mimicking CuCoFe-LDHzyme was fabricated for the smartphone-based colorimetric detection of pheochromocytoma biomarkers.

Graphical abstract: CuCoFe Layered double hydroxides as laccase mimicking nanozymes for colorimetric detection of pheochromocytoma biomarkers
Communication

Vapor-triggered reversible crystal transformation of a nickel-based magnetic molecular switch

Vapor-triggered crystal-to-crystal transformation between a discrete trinuclear complex [Ni3(sih)2(py)8] and a two-dimensional (2D) coordination polymer [Ni3(sih)2(py)2]n·2DMF·2H2O was demonstrated, showing a solid-state coordination-induced spin state switch behavior.

Graphical abstract: Vapor-triggered reversible crystal transformation of a nickel-based magnetic molecular switch
Communication

In situ observation of heterogeneous catalytic organic reactions via aggregation-induced emission luminogens

A customized aggregation-induced emission luminogen allows the direct visualization of catalytic retro-Diels–Alder reaction and catalyst screening.

Graphical abstract: In situ observation of heterogeneous catalytic organic reactions via aggregation-induced emission luminogens
Communication

Fully soft organic electrochemical transistor enabling direct skin-mountable electrophysiological signal amplification

Fully soft organic electrochemical transistors and a skin-mountable electrophysiological signal amplifier were developed by all soft components based on, particularly stretchable PEDOT:PSS enabled by crosslinking between PEG and DVS.

Graphical abstract: Fully soft organic electrochemical transistor enabling direct skin-mountable electrophysiological signal amplification
Communication

Coordination effect enabled palladium-catalyzed regioselective O-alkylation of 2-pyridones

A novel tactic for the regioselective O-alkylation of 2-pyridones has been realized through palladium catalysis facilitated by silver carbonate in moderate to high yields, the coordination effect between palladium and nitrogen on the pyridine ring plays a versatile role.

Graphical abstract: Coordination effect enabled palladium-catalyzed regioselective O-alkylation of 2-pyridones
Communication

Reconstruction of bimetal CoFe0.13-MOF to enhance the catalytic performance in the oxygen evolution reaction

A new solvothermal reconstruction method recovers the original morphology of the catalyst and the product presents extraordinary stability.

Graphical abstract: Reconstruction of bimetal CoFe0.13-MOF to enhance the catalytic performance in the oxygen evolution reaction
Communication

Exploration of α/β/γ-peptidomimetics design for BH3 helical domains

Helical α/β/γ-peptidomimetics in an αγααβα-hexad repeat competes out the Bak peptide from Bcl-xL with significant resistance towards proteolytic digestion.

Graphical abstract: Exploration of α/β/γ-peptidomimetics design for BH3 helical domains
Communication

Unlocking metal coordination of diborylamides through ring constraints

A new cyclic diborylamide ligand has been developed and successfully employed to synthesize low-coordinate iron(II) complexes.

Graphical abstract: Unlocking metal coordination of diborylamides through ring constraints
Communication

Single-crystal superprotonic conductivity in an interpenetrated hydrogen-bonded quadruplex framework

A novel three-dimensional (3D) 5-fold interpenetrated hydrogen-bonded quadruplex framework with helical H3O+/H2O chains in 1D pore channels shows a single-crystal superprotonic conductivity.

Graphical abstract: Single-crystal superprotonic conductivity in an interpenetrated hydrogen-bonded quadruplex framework
Communication

Total syntheses of ericifolione and its analogues via a biomimetic inverse-electron-demand Diels–Alder reaction

A biomimetic tautomerization/intermolecular inverse-electron-demand hetero Diels–Alder reaction cascade to construct sterically hindered dihydropyran scaffolds was established and allowed the first total syntheses of ericifolione and analogues.

Graphical abstract: Total syntheses of ericifolione and its analogues via a biomimetic inverse-electron-demand Diels–Alder reaction
Communication

Ultrathin non-doped thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitting layer for highly efficient OLEDs

The ultrathin (~1 nm) emissive layer of a TADF emitter shows 2.6 times higher EQE with high brightness than conventional (30 nm) non-doped OLED devices.

Graphical abstract: Ultrathin non-doped thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitting layer for highly efficient OLEDs
Communication

An NAD+-type earth-abundant metal complex enabling photo-driven alcohol oxidation

A unique photo-oxidation of various alcohols induced by an unprecedented NAD+-type zinc(II) complex has been successful.

Graphical abstract: An NAD+-type earth-abundant metal complex enabling photo-driven alcohol oxidation
Communication

Deoxyribonucleic acid polymer nanoparticle hydrogels

Polymer nanoparticle hydrogels made of deoxyribonucleic acid and silica have been prepared and shown to display shear thinning and self-healing properties, sustained release of cargo and enzymatic degradation.

Graphical abstract: Deoxyribonucleic acid polymer nanoparticle hydrogels
Communication

Carbazole- and thiophene-containing conjugated microporous polymers with different planarity for enhanced photocatalytic hydrogen evolution

Carbazole- and thiophene-containing CMPs with different degrees of planarity were constructed to enhance photocatalytic hydrogen evolution from water.

Graphical abstract: Carbazole- and thiophene-containing conjugated microporous polymers with different planarity for enhanced photocatalytic hydrogen evolution
Communication

Mono-mercapto-functionalized pillar[5]arene: a host–guest complexation accelerated reversible redox dimerization

A mono-mercapto-functionalized pillar[5]arene and its dimer, capable of being reversibly interconverted, were successfully synthesized.

Graphical abstract: Mono-mercapto-functionalized pillar[5]arene: a host–guest complexation accelerated reversible redox dimerization
Communication

Stabilization of telomeric G-quadruplex by ligand binding increases susceptibility to S1 nuclease

The ligand binding to the telomeric G-quadruplex enhanced susceptibility to S1 nuclease through the base flipping.

Graphical abstract: Stabilization of telomeric G-quadruplex by ligand binding increases susceptibility to S1 nuclease
Communication

A porous supramolecular ionic solid

Charge decoration provides a new synthetic strategy to integrate discrete coordination cages into an extended permanently porous material.

Graphical abstract: A porous supramolecular ionic solid
Communication

Merging office/filter paper-based tools for pre-concentring and detecting heavy metals in drinking water

A novel miniaturized and sustainable platform exploiting two merged paper-based substrates has been applied for the programmable pre-concentration of analytes of interest and electrochemical detection of mercury traces in drinking water using printable sensor strips.

Graphical abstract: Merging office/filter paper-based tools for pre-concentring and detecting heavy metals in drinking water
Open Access Communication

Direct synthesis of polyureas from the dehydrogenative coupling of diamines and methanol

We present here the first example of the direct synthesis of polyureas from the dehydrogenative coupling of diamines and methanol.

Graphical abstract: Direct synthesis of polyureas from the dehydrogenative coupling of diamines and methanol
Open Access Communication

A monomeric methyllithium complex: synthesis and structure

The parent organometallic complex, methyllithium, is synthesized and characterised in its monomeric form for the first time. This is enabled by a bespoke multidentate neutral amine ligand, namely DETAN.

Graphical abstract: A monomeric methyllithium complex: synthesis and structure
Communication

Synthetic approaches for accessing rare-earth analogues of UiO-66

A series of rare-earth based UiO-66 analogues is synthesised through different approaches with the aid of two different solvents.

Graphical abstract: Synthetic approaches for accessing rare-earth analogues of UiO-66
Communication

Crystalline assembly of metal–organic polyhedra driven by ionic interactions with polyoxometalates

A series of crystalline porous materials was prepared by self-assembly of cationic metal–organic polyhedra with polyoxometalates.

Graphical abstract: Crystalline assembly of metal–organic polyhedra driven by ionic interactions with polyoxometalates
Communication

Organic photovoltaic electron acceptors showing aggregation-induced emission for reduced nonradiative recombination

Tetraphenylethylene-substituted fused-ring electron acceptors present enhanced emission with reduced nonradiative energy loss, improving open circuit voltages in solar cells.

Graphical abstract: Organic photovoltaic electron acceptors showing aggregation-induced emission for reduced nonradiative recombination
Communication

Lyotropic liquid crystalline phases of anisotropic nanoparticles of organic–inorganic metal halide perovskites: photoluminescence from self-assembled ordered microstructures of semiconductors

Within one hour at room temperature, 2D lead iodide perovskites (R-NH3)2PbI4 with semiconductivity were transformed into colloidal liquid crystalline phases exhibiting optical anisotropy and photoluminescence.

Graphical abstract: Lyotropic liquid crystalline phases of anisotropic nanoparticles of organic–inorganic metal halide perovskites: photoluminescence from self-assembled ordered microstructures of semiconductors
Communication

Novel N-transfer reagent for converting α-amino acid derivatives to α-diazo compounds

N-Atom is delivered to an amine to synthesize α-diazo compounds through triazene fragmentation.

Graphical abstract: Novel N-transfer reagent for converting α-amino acid derivatives to α-diazo compounds
Open Access Communication

An electrochemical SARS-CoV-2 biosensor inspired by glucose test strip manufacturing processes

A rapid, low cost sensor for Covid-19 was developed using a perfluorodecanthiol layer and ACE2.

Graphical abstract: An electrochemical SARS-CoV-2 biosensor inspired by glucose test strip manufacturing processes
Communication

Chiral recognition of amino-acid esters by a glucose-derived macrocyclic receptor

Highly enantioselective binding of amino-acid esters in water by a small molecule receptor based on a glucose scaffold.

Graphical abstract: Chiral recognition of amino-acid esters by a glucose-derived macrocyclic receptor
Communication

Synthesis and characterization of plasmonic peptoid nanosheets

Collapse of peptoid–gold nanoparticle composite layers at the liquid–liquid interface produces a new class of 2D plasmonic arrays that freely float in water.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and characterization of plasmonic peptoid nanosheets
Open Access Communication

Covalent capture and electrochemical quantification of pathogenic E. coli

Pathogenic E. coli pose a significant threat to public health by causing both foodborne illness and urinary tract infections. A sensitive electrochemical method to detect these pathogens can be used for surveillance and to prevent illness.

Graphical abstract: Covalent capture and electrochemical quantification of pathogenic E. coli
Communication

A tris(benzyltriazolemethyl)amine-based cage as a CuAAC ligand tolerant to exogeneous bulky nucleophiles

The canonical CuAAC–ligand TBTA was capped with a bowl-shaped unit yielding the cage Hm-TBTA. The shielded structure does not suffer from product inhibition effect and is remarkably tolerant to the biological CuAAC-inhibitor Glutathione.

Graphical abstract: A tris(benzyltriazolemethyl)amine-based cage as a CuAAC ligand tolerant to exogeneous bulky nucleophiles
Communication

Lean-electrolyte lithium–sulfur electrochemical cells with high-loading carbon nanotube/nanofiber–polysulfide cathodes

A carbon-nanotube/nanofiber–polysulfide cathode achieves long-term cycle stability and explores the failure mechanism of a lithium–sulfur cell with high sulfur loading/content at a lean electrolyte condition.

Graphical abstract: Lean-electrolyte lithium–sulfur electrochemical cells with high-loading carbon nanotube/nanofiber–polysulfide cathodes
Communication

Compact fibril-like structure of amyloid β-peptide (1–42) monomers

Amyloid β (Aβ) monomers sample a random-coil type of conformation in water with a tendency to adopt compact structures with fibril-like features.

Graphical abstract: Compact fibril-like structure of amyloid β-peptide (1–42) monomers
Communication

Low-spin 1,1′-diphosphametallocenates of chromium and iron

We report two low-spin diphosphametallocenates [K(2.2.2-crypt)][M(PC4Me4)2] (M = Cr, Fe) and propose structural features that allow spin-control in 3d metallocenates.

Graphical abstract: Low-spin 1,1′-diphosphametallocenates of chromium and iron
Communication

Direct synthesis of defective ultrathin brookite-phase TiO2 nanosheets showing flexible electronic band states

A one-pot protocol to directly prepare atomically-thin nanosheets of brookite-phase TiO2 is developed by hydrolyzing TiCl3 in formamide.

Graphical abstract: Direct synthesis of defective ultrathin brookite-phase TiO2 nanosheets showing flexible electronic band states
Open Access Communication

Disaggregation of a sumanene-containing fluorescent probe towards highly sensitive and specific detection of caesium cations

A novel turn-off fluorescent probe for Cs+ detection based on the disaggregation of a sumanene-containing molecule is reported.

Graphical abstract: Disaggregation of a sumanene-containing fluorescent probe towards highly sensitive and specific detection of caesium cations
Communication

Furan-containing double tetraoxa[7]helicene and its radical cation

A furan-based double [7]heterohelicene and its radical cation were achieved with fascinating chiroptical response for the neutral compound.

Graphical abstract: Furan-containing double tetraoxa[7]helicene and its radical cation
Communication

Ho3+–Yb3+ doped NaGdF4 nanothermometers emitting in BW-I and BW-II. Insight into the particle growth intermediate steps

A new type of nanothermometer for biomedical applications is developed based on Ho3+-to-Yb3+ energy transfer in β-NaGdF4 nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: Ho3+–Yb3+ doped NaGdF4 nanothermometers emitting in BW-I and BW-II. Insight into the particle growth intermediate steps
Communication

Enhancing the selectivity of optical sensors using synthetic transmembrane ion transporters

As proof-of-concept, we show that the non-selective anion sensor lucigenin can be converted to a selective iodide sensor by encapsulation into liposomes and the addition of transmembrane transporters.

Graphical abstract: Enhancing the selectivity of optical sensors using synthetic transmembrane ion transporters
Open Access Communication

Ionicity-dependent proton-coupled electron transfer of supramolecular self-assembled electroactive heterocycles

Herein, we investigate the electrochemical properties of a class of Supramolecular Self-associated Amphiphilic salts (SSAs).

Graphical abstract: Ionicity-dependent proton-coupled electron transfer of supramolecular self-assembled electroactive heterocycles
Communication

Copper-catalyzed (4+1) and (3+2) cyclizations of iodonium ylides with alkynes

The copper(II)-catalyzed (4+1) cyclizations and copper(I)-catalyzed (3+2) cycloadditions of iodonium ylides and alkynes have been successfully developed. The corresponding highly functionalized heterocyclic products were prepared conveniently.

Graphical abstract: Copper-catalyzed (4+1) and (3+2) cyclizations of iodonium ylides with alkynes
Communication

Revisiting indeno[2,1-c]fluorene synthesis while exploring the fully conjugated s-indaceno[2,1-c:6,5-c′]difluorene

The ground state of tetraradicaloid s-indaceno[2,1-c:6,5-c′]difluorene with a small HOMO–LUMO energy gap was studied alongside an alternative synthetic approach for indeno[2,1-c]fluorene.

Graphical abstract: Revisiting indeno[2,1-c]fluorene synthesis while exploring the fully conjugated s-indaceno[2,1-c:6,5-c′]difluorene
Communication

Cathodic electrogenerated chemiluminescence of tris(2,2′-bipyridine)ruthenium(II) and peroxydisulfate at pure Ti3C2Tx MXene electrodes

Two-dimensional transition metal carbide (Ti3C2Tx MXene) film as a novel electrode material for electrogenerated chemiluminescence of tris(2,2′-bipyridine)ruthenium(II) and peroxydisulfate.

Graphical abstract: Cathodic electrogenerated chemiluminescence of tris(2,2′-bipyridine)ruthenium(ii) and peroxydisulfate at pure Ti3C2Tx MXene electrodes
Communication

Blue-shifted aggregation-induced enhancement of a Sn(IV) fluoride complex: the role of fluorine in luminescence enhancement

A fluorinated Sn(IV) complex not only significantly enhances the emission efficiency, but also exhibits blue-shifted aggregation-induced emission enhancement (AIEE) properties.

Graphical abstract: Blue-shifted aggregation-induced enhancement of a Sn(iv) fluoride complex: the role of fluorine in luminescence enhancement
Communication

Design, synthesis and characterization of structurally dynamic cyclic N,S-acetals

We report the synthesis, characterization and comparison of a series of electronically perturbed, cyclic N,S-acetals.

Graphical abstract: Design, synthesis and characterization of structurally dynamic cyclic N,S-acetals
Open Access Communication

A short peptide that preferentially binds c-MYC G-quadruplex DNA

G-quadruplexes are nucleic-acids secondary structures that are highly abundant in the human genome. In this work,we identified a short-peptide that displays selectivity for the G-quadruplex formed in the promoter region of the oncogene c-MYC.

Graphical abstract: A short peptide that preferentially binds c-MYC G-quadruplex DNA
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