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|Title:||Cavity Effects on the Enantioselectivity of Chiral Amidoresorcinarene Stereoisomers||Authors:||B., Botta
G., DELLE MONACHE
|Issue Date:||2004||Project:||None||Journal:||ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE. INTERNATIONAL EDITION||Abstract:||
Enzyme catalysis plays a crucial role in all biochemicalprocesses. Natural and artificial enzymes normally exhibit ahigh enantioselectivity toward chiral molecules as a consequenceof shape-specific noncovalent attractive and repulsiveintermolecular interactions. An important step toward theelucidation of enzyme mechanisms requires a comprehensivekinetic study using simplified models under conditions, suchas the gas phase, where the molecule/receptor interactions arenot perturbed by medium effects. In this study we report a comparative gas-phase study along these lines.
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