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Stabilization of intermediate spin states in mixed-valent diiron dichalcogenide complexes

Author Correction: Directing-group-free catalytic dicarbofunctionalization of unactivated alkenes

Nature Chemistry, Published online: 13 January 2022; doi:10.1038/s41557-022-00891-7Author Correction: Directing-group-free catalytic dicarbofunctionalization of unactivated alkenes

Author Correction: Directing-group-free catalytic dicarbofunctionalization of unactivated alkenes

Scalable and selective deuteration of (hetero)arenes

Nature Chemistry, Published online: 13 January 2022; doi:10.1038/s41557-021-00846-4A method for the selective deuteration of anilines, indoles, phenols and heterocyclic compounds, including natural products and other bioactive molecules, has been developed. The nanostructured iron catalyst that underpins this process is prepared by combining cellulose...

Scalable and selective deuteration of (hetero)arenes

Quinine fever

Nature Chemistry, Published online: 07 January 2022; doi:10.1038/s41557-021-00872-2John Woodland and Kelly Chibale retrace the tumultuous history of quinine from a medicine — used as a tool for colonialism — to a puzzling chemical target, a fluorescence standard and a key ingredient in popular drinks.

Quinine fever

Observation of robust energy transfer in the photosynthetic protein allophycocyanin using single-molecule pump–probe spectroscopy

Nature Chemistry, Published online: 06 January 2022; doi:10.1038/s41557-021-00841-9In photosynthesis, photoenergy transfers through chromophore-containing proteins, which exhibit thermal fluctuations that change the positions of the chromophores. Now the ultrafast dynamics in allophycocyanin—a cyanobacterial light-harvesting protein—have been measured...

Release of linker histone from the nucleosome driven by polyelectrolyte competition with a disordered protein

Nature Chemistry, Published online: 06 January 2022; doi:10.1038/s41557-021-00839-3Histone H1 binds to nucleosomes with ultrahigh affinity, implying residence times incompatible with efficient biological regulation. Now it has been shown that the disordered regions of H1 retain their large-amplitude dynamics on the nucleosome, which enables a charged...

Release of linker histone from the nucleosome driven by polyelectrolyte competition with a disordered protein

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