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Suspensions of polymeric nano- and microparticles are fascinating stress-responsive material systems that, depending on their composition, can display a diverse range of flow properties under shear, such as drastic thinning, thickening, and even jamming (reversible solidification driven by...
Digital reticular chemistry is rapidly evolving into a pillar of modern chemistry. It is now at a critical junction in which an ecosystem of common data sets, tools, and good practices is needed to prevent this field from becoming an art rather than a science. We present the fundamentals of such...
Nucleic acid detection methods based on CRISPR and isothermal amplification techniques show great potential for point-of-care diagnostic applications. However, most current methods rely on fluorescent or lateral flow assay readout, requiring external excitation or postamplification reaction...
Direct functionalization of inert C–H bonds is one of the most attractive yet challenging strategies for constructing molecules in organic chemistry. Herein, we disclose an unprecedented and Earth abundant Cu/Cr catalytic system in which unreactive alkyl C–H bonds are transformed into...
Advances in the modulation of protein–protein interactions (PPIs) enable both characterization of PPI networks that govern diseases and design of therapeutics and probes. The shallow protein surfaces that dominate PPIs are challenging to target using standard methods, and approaches for...
Aberrant kinase activity contributes to the pathogenesis of brain cancers, neurodegeneration, and neuropsychiatric diseases, but identifying kinase inhibitors that function in the brain is challenging. Drug levels in blood do not predict efficacy in the brain because the blood-brain barrier...
Genome-wide profiling of DNA alkylation events recapitulates mutational signatures found in smoking-associated lung cancers.
Multiple carbohydrate ligands are arranged within a single therapeutic agent to achieve significant increases in apparent binding affinity or “avidity” for a target lectin receptor.
Small-molecule prodrug approaches that can activate cancer therapeutics selectively in tumors are urgently needed. Here, we developed the first antitumor prodrugs designed for activation by thiol-manifold oxidoreductases, targeting the thioredoxin (Trx) system. The Trx system is a critical...
Lead-free organic metal halide scintillators with low-dimensional electronic structures have demonstrated great potential in X-ray detection and imaging due to their excellent optoelectronic properties. Herein, the zero-dimensional organic copper halide (18-crown-6)2Na2(H2O)3Cu4I6 (CNCI) which...
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