Artificial Metalloenzymes for Hydrogenation and Transfer Hydrogenation Reactions


The development of artificial hydrogenases (AHases) and transfer hydrogenases (ATHases) has played a leading and guiding role for the field of artificial metalloenzymes. Starting from the early studies by Whitesides and coworkers, this chapter showcases the conceptual development of AHases and ATHases, highlighting the different conjugation strategies used for their construction and exemplifying the stereoselective control in product formation that can be reached

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This paper was published in Utrecht University Repository.

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