Faculty of Chemistry

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Recent Publications

by Gabrielle Leveau, Daniel Pfeffer, Bernhard Altaner, Eric Kervio, Franziska Welsch, Ulrich Gerland and Clemens Richert

When dinucleotides were allowed to act as building blocks for enzyme-free genetic copying of RNA, sequences up to 12 bases in length were faithfully transmitted into the copy.

Angew. Chem. 2022, e202203067

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Prof. Clemens Richert
Institute of Organic Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Robert U. StelzerRobert U. Stelzer, Yuji Ikeda*, Prashanth Srinivasan, Tanja S. Lehmann, Blazej Grabowski, and Rainer Niewa

ACS, JACS 2022

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Prof. Rainer Niewa
Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Dr. Arijit Singha Hazari, Shubhadeep Chandra, Prof. Sanjib Kar, Prof. Dr. Biprajit Sarkar

Chem.Eur.J.2022,e202104550

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Prof. Biprajit Sarkar
Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Hang Liu, Dr. Hongguang Wang, Dr. Qian Song, Dr. Kathrin Küster, Prof. Ulrich Starke, Dr. Peter A. van Aken and Prof. Elias Klemm

Angew. Chem.Int. Ed.2022, e202117058

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Prof. Elias Klemm
Institute of Technical Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Lea R. Rapp, Sérgio M. Marques, Bernd Nebel, Dr. Jiri Damborsky and Bernhard Hauer

In their VIP Paper, L. R. Rapp and colleagues describe dodecylamine as a P450 monooxygenase wild-type inhibitor that could be accepted as a novel substrate by engineering the enzyme’s entrance tunnel using a simple MS-based rapid-flow analysis technique. By combining experimental and computational work, the effects of the mutations on the substrate tunnel architectures were demonstrated. The results demonstrate the great potential of enzyme engineering beyond the active site to open the catalytic space to new groups of molecules or even alter inhibition.

ChemCatChem

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Prof. Bernhard Hauer
Institute of Biochemistry and Technical Biochemistry,
Department Technical Biochemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Marvin Oßkopp, Armin Löwe, Carlos M.S. Lobo, Sebastian Baranyai, Thulile Khoza, Michael Auinger and Elias Klemm

Journal of CO2 Utilization

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Prof. Elias Klemm
Institute of Technical Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Ramananda Maity and Biprajit Sarkar

 

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Prof. Biprajit Sarkar
Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by J. Karst, M. Floess, M. Ubl, C. Dingler, C. Malacrida, T. Steinle, S. Ludwigs,
M. Hentschel, und H. Giessen

Science 2021, 374, 6567, 612

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Prof. Sabine Ludwigs
Institute of Polymer Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Pit Boden, Patrick Di Martino-Fumo, Tobias Bens, Sophie Steiger, Uta Albold, Gereon Niedner-Schatteburg, Markus Gerhards and Biprajit Sarkar

Chem. Eur. J. 2021, 27, 12959 –12964 

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Prof. Biprajit Sarkar
Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Felix Ziegler, Hamzeh Kraus, Mathis J. Benedikter, Dongren Wang, Johanna R. Bruckner, Michal Nowakowski, Kilian Weißer, Helena Solodenko, Guido Schmitz, Matthias Bauer, Niels Hansen, and Michael R. Buchmeiser

ACS Catal. 2021, 11, 11570−11578

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Prof. Michael R. Buchmeiser
Institute of Polymer Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Saravanakumar Murugan, Stefan Niesen, Julian Kappler, Kathrin Küster, Ulrich Starke, and Michael R. Buchmeiser

Batteries & Supercaps 2021, 4, 1636–1646

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Prof. Michael R. Buchmeiser
Institute of Polymer Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

by Biswarup Jash, Peter Tremmel, Dejana Jovanovic and Clemens Richert

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A brief explanation: The Molecules that were Able to Start Translation

Nature Chemistry

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Prof. Clemens Richert
Institute of Organic Chemistry
University of Stuttgart

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