2 article(s) from Ward, Thomas R
Most common metathesis reactions. Ring-opening metathesis polymerization (ROMP), acyclic diene meta...
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Catalytic cycle for metathesis proposed by Chauvin.
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Some of the most representative catalysts for aqueous metathesis. a) Well-defined ruthenium catalys...
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First aqueous ROMP reactions catalyzed by ruthenium(III) salts.
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Degradation pathway of first generation Grubbs catalyst (G-I) in methanol.
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Synthesis of Blechert-type catalysts 19 and 20.
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Chemical structure and components of amphiphilic molecule PTS and derivatives.
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RCM of selected substrates in the presence of the surfactant PTS. Conditionsa: The reaction was car...
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RCM reactions of substrates 31 and 33 with the encapsulated G-II catalyst.
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Living ROMP of norbornene derivatives 35 and 36 with phosphine-based catalysts bearing quaternary a...
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Synthesis of water-soluble catalysts 3 and 4 bearing quaternary ammonium tags.
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In situ formation of catalyst 5 bearing a quaternary ammonium group.
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Catalyst recycling of an ammonium-bearing catalyst.
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Removal of the water-soluble catalyst 12 through host–guest interaction with silica-gel-supported β...
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Selection of artificial metathases reported by Ward and co-workers (ArM 1 based on biotin–(strept)a...
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In vivo metathesis with an artificial metalloenzyme based on the biotin–streptavidin technology.
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Artificial metathase based on covalent anchoring approach. α-Chymotrypsin interacts with catalyst 66...
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Assembling an artificial metathase (ArM 4) based on the small heat shock protein from M. Jannaschii...
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Artificial metathases based on cavity-size engineered β-barrel protein nitrobindin (NB4exp). The HG...
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Artificial metathase based on cutinase (ArM 8) and resulting metathesis activities.
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Site-specific modification of proteins via aqueous cross-metathesis. The protein structure is based...
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a) Allyl homocysteine (Ahc)-modified proteins as CM substrates. b) Incorporation of Ahc in the Fc p...
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On-DNA cross-metathesis reaction of allyl sulfide 99.
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Preparation of BODIPY-containing profluorescent probes 102 and 104.
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Metathesis-based ethylene detection in live cells.
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First example of stapled peptides via olefin metathesis.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2019, 15, 445–468, doi:10.3762/bjoc.15.39
Catalysts 1–4 tested for the metathesis of profluorescent substrates.
Two profluorescent substrates yielding fluorescent products upon ring-closing metathesis.
Synthesis of the two profluorescent substrates amenable to ring-closing metathesis.
Fluorescence evolution resulting from closing metathesis of umbelliferone precursor 8 (λexcitation ...
Fluorescence evolution resulting from closing metathesis of fluorescence–quencher substrate 5 (λexc...
Comparison of kinetics measured by HPLC a) and by a plate reader b) for the ring-closing metathesis...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2015, 11, 1886–1892, doi:10.3762/bjoc.11.203
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