The emerging role of “click” chemistry in ..
Role of Click Chemistry in Polymer Synthesis.
James Link 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Post-translational Functionalization of Proteins with Azides and Alkynes 13.3 Co-translational Functionalization of Proteins with Azides and Alkynes 13.4 BONCAT: Identification of newly synthesized proteins via non-canonical amino acid tagging 13.5 Conclusions and Future Prospects References 14 Fluorogenic copper(I)-catalyzed azide-alkyne cycloaddition reactions and their applications in bioconjugation Céline Le Droumaguet and Qian Wang 14.1 Click reaction for Bioconjugation Applications
14.2 Significance of Fluorogenic Reactions in Bioconjugation 14.3 CuAAC-Based Fluorogenic Reaction 14.4 Applications of CuAAC in Bioconjugation 14.5 Conclusions References 15 Synthesis and Functionalization of Biomolecules via Click Chemistry Christine Schilling, Nicole Jung and Stefan Bräse 15.1 Introduction 15.2 Labeling of macromolecular biomolecules 15.3 Syntheses of natural products and derivatives 15.4 Enzymes and Click chemistry 15.5 Synthesis Glycosylated Molecular Architectures &15.6 Synthesis of nitrogen-rich compounds: Polyazides, and triazoles 15.7 Conclusions References 16 Unprecedented Electro-optic Properties in Polymers and Dendrimers Enabled by “Click Chemistry” Based on the Diels-Alder Reactions Jingdong Luo, Tae-Dong Kim, and Alex K-Y.
The role of residual Cu(II) from click-chemistry in the ..
The block copolymer was recovered by precipitation in methanol, dried under reduced pressure, and then three times dissolved in a minimum of THF and precipitated in acetone to remove unreacted PS and low molar mass P3HT.(d) Synthesis of PS-b-P3HT-b-PS Block Copolymers by“Click” Chemistry.
end group in the same polymer building block, the “click” coupling ..
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