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Expanding biohybrid-mediated asymmetric catalysis into the realm of RNA

The recent development of biohybrid catalytic systems has allowed synthetic chemists to reach high levels of selectivity on a wide variety of valuable synthetic transformations. In this context, DNA-based catalysts have emerged as particularly appealing tools. Interestingly, while long RNA sequences... Full description

Journal Title: Chemical Communications: Chem Comm June 2016, Vol.52(55), pp.8604-8607
Main Author: Duchemin, Nicolas
Other Authors: Benedetti, Erica , Bethge, Lucas , Vonhoff, Stefan , Klussmann, Sven , Vasseur, Jean-Jacques , Cossy, Janine , Smietana, Michael , Arseniyadis, Stellios
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  • Smietana, Michael
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description: The recent development of biohybrid catalytic systems has allowed synthetic chemists to reach high levels of selectivity on a wide variety of valuable synthetic transformations. In this context, DNA-based catalysts have emerged as particularly appealing tools. Interestingly, while long RNA sequences (ribozymes) are known to catalyse specific biochemical reactions with remarkable efficiencies, RNA-based catalysts involving a catalytically active metal complex interacting in a non-covalent fashion with short sequences have never been evaluated to date. We report here our results, which have led to the first example involving a short RNA-based catalyst.
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abstractThe recent development of biohybrid catalytic systems has allowed synthetic chemists to reach high levels of selectivity on a wide variety of valuable synthetic transformations. In this context, DNA-based catalysts have emerged as particularly appealing tools. Interestingly, while long RNA sequences (ribozymes) are known to catalyse specific biochemical reactions with remarkable efficiencies, RNA-based catalysts involving a catalytically active metal complex interacting in a non-covalent fashion with short sequences have never been evaluated to date. We report here our results, which have led to the first example involving a short RNA-based catalyst.
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