HOT Chemical Science articles for October

We are happy to present a selection of our HOT articles for October. To see all of our HOT referee-recommended articles from 2019, please find the collection here.

As always, Chemical Science articles are free to access.

Development of a DUB-selective fluorogenic substrate

ChemSci., 2019, 10, 10290-10296

 

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Facile triflic acid-catalyzed α-1,2-cis-thio glycosylations: scope and application to the synthesis of S-linked oligosaccharides, glycolipids, sublancin glycopeptides, and TN/TF antigens

Sanyong Zhu, Ganesh Samala, Eric T. Sletten, Jennifer L. Stockdill and Hien M. Nguyen

ChemSci., 2019, 10, 10475 – 10480

 

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Preferential binding of unsaturated hydrocarbons in aryl-bisimidazolium·cucurbit[8]uril complexes furbishes evidence for small-molecule π–π interactions

Steven J. Barrow, Khaleel I. Assaf, Aniello Palma, Werner M. Nau and Oren A. Scherman

ChemSci., 2019, 10, 10240 – 10246

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Synthesis of bicyclo[3.1.0]hexanes by (3 + 2) annulation of cyclopropenes with aminocyclopropanes

Bastian Muriel, Alec Gagnebina and Jerome Waser

ChemSci., 2019, Advance Article

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Development of a hydrolysis-based small-molecule hydrogen selenide (H2Se) donor

Turner D. Newton and Michael D. Pluth

ChemSci.,  2019, Advance Article

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Ruthenium based antimicrobial theranostics – using nanoscopy to identify therapeutic targets and resistance mechanisms in Staphylococcus aureus

Kirsty L. Smitten, Simon D. Fairbanks, Craig C. Robertson, Jorge Bernardino de la Serna, Simon J. Foster and Jim A. Thomas

ChemSci.,  2019, Advance Article

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