Publications on Artificial Metalloenzymes

6. Catalysis and biophysical investigation of rhodium hydroformylase

H. T. Imam, A. G. Jarvis*, I. Baig, C. C. R. Allen, A. C. Marr*, P. C. J. Kamer*

Catal. Sci. Technol. 20199, 6428-6437.

5. Artificial Metalloenzymes as Catalysts for Oxidative Lignin Degradation

M. V. Doble, A. G. Jarvis*, A. C. C. Ward, J. D. Colburn, J. P. Goetz, M. Buehl, P. C. J. Kamer

ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. Just accepted.

4. Chapter 10: Hybrid Catalysts for other C-C and C-X bond formation reactions.

P. J. Deuss, M. V. Doble, A. G. Jarvis, and P. C. J. Kamer

Artificial metalloenzymes and metalloDNAzymes in catalysis. From design to application. Wiley, 2018.

3. Enzyme activity by design: an artificial rhodium hydroformylase for linear aldehydes

A. G. Jarvis*, L. Obrecht, P. J. Deuss, W. Laan, E. K. Gibson, P. P. Wells, and P. C. J. Kamer*

Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 13596-13600. VIP paper

2. Outperforming Nature’s Catalysts: Designing Metalloenzymes for Chemical Synthesis

C. Fehl, A. G. Jarvis, M. Espling, B. Davis and P. C. J. Kamer

Modern Development in Catalysis, 2017, 89-122. World Scientific

1. Catalyst design in oxidation chemistry; from KMnO­4 to artificial metalloenzymes

M. V. Doble, A. C. C. Ward, P. J. Deuss, A. G. Jarvis*, and P. C. J. Kamer

Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry, 2014, 22, 5657-5677.


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