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By Ewold W Dijk, Ben L. Feringa, Gerard Roelfes (auth.), Thomas R. Ward (eds.)

In order to fulfill the ever-increasing calls for for enantiopure compounds, heteroge- ous, homogeneous and enzymatic catalysis advanced independently some time past. even supposing all 3 ways have yielded industrially practicable tactics, the latter are the main favourite and will be considered as complementary in lots of respects. regardless of the development in structural, computational and mechanistic experiences, even though, thus far there's no common recipe for the optimization of catalytic techniques. therefore, a trial-and-error procedure is still essential in catalyst discovery and optimization. With the purpose of complementing the well-established fields of homogeneous and enzymatic catalysis, organocatalysis and synthetic metalloenzymes have loved a up to date revival. synthetic metalloenzymes, that are the point of interest of this e-book, end result from comb- ing an energetic yet unselective organometallic moiety with a macromolecular host. Kaiser and Whitesides advised the opportunity of developing man made metallo- zymes as in the past because the overdue Seventies. notwithstanding, there has been a common trust that proteins and organometallic catalysts have been incompatible with one another. This significantly hampered examine during this sector on the interface among homogeneous and enzymatic catalysis. on account that 2000, notwithstanding, there was a turning out to be curiosity within the box of synthetic metalloenzymes for enantioselective catalysis. the present cutting-edge and the opportunity of destiny improvement are p- sented in 5 well-balanced chapters. G. Roelfes, B. Feringa et al. summarize learn counting on DNA as a macromolecular host for enantioselective catalysis.

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1 Metal with Ligands Attached to Protein The first approach to combine proteins and metal catalysts was to covalently link a protein with a metal–organic ligand complex (for reviews see [4, 5]). For example, three research groups created hybrid hydrogenation catalysts by covalently attaching a phosphorus ligand to biotin, which binds tightly to the protein avidin. In 1978 48 Q. Jing et al. Wilson and Whitesides first embedded an achiral biotinylated rhodium–diphosphine moiety within the protein avidin [6].

Some metal ions and organic molecules are able to penetrate through the hydrophilic channels of the threefold axis to the inside of Fr, which has an internal diameter of 8 nm [50]. Fr is stable both at high temperature (<80°C) and in a pH range of 3–11. Fr has been used for the deposition of monodisperse metal particles such as FeS, CdS, CdSe, Pd, and Ag in the cage [35, 37, 40, 48, 51–55]. Thus, it is possible to use the Fr cage to incorporate and fix many metal complexes [32, 56, 57]. Selfassembled supermolecular proteins have different size of cages, such as cowpea chlorotic mottle virus (CCMV) with 28 nm diameter cages, small heat shock protein (sHsp) with 12 nm, and DNA binding protein (Dps) with 9 nm.

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