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From:Nature (Vol. 483, Issue 7387) Peer-ReviewedThe beneficial properties of many medicines, materials and consumer products composed of small organic molecules are greatly influenced by the locations and types of chemical groups within those molecules--especially...
From:Nature (Vol. 560, Issue 7716) Peer-ReviewedDespite the widespread success of transition-metal-catalysed cross-coupling methodologies, considerable limitations still exist in reactions at sp.sup.3-hybridized carbon atoms, with most approaches relying on...
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From:Nature (Vol. 580, Issue 7805) Peer-ReviewedThe addition of a methyl group to a drug molecule can greatly alter the drug's pharmacological properties. A catalyst has been developed that enables this 'magic methyl effect' to be rapidly explored for drug discovery....
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