thomas WARD
thomas WARD
Professor of chemistry university of basel
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Biotinylated Rh (III) complexes in engineered streptavidin for accelerated asymmetric C–H activation
TK Hyster, L Knörr, TR Ward, T Rovis
Science 338 (6106), 500-503, 2012
Artificial metalloenzymes: reaction scope and optimization strategies
F Schwizer, Y Okamoto, T Heinisch, Y Gu, MM Pellizzoni, V Lebrun, ...
Chemical reviews 118 (1), 142-231, 2018
Directed evolution of artificial metalloenzymes for in vivo metathesis
M Jeschek, R Reuter, T Heinisch, C Trindler, J Klehr, S Panke, TR Ward
Nature 537 (7622), 661-665, 2016
Artificial metalloenzymes based on the biotin− avidin technology: enantioselective catalysis and beyond
TR Ward
Accounts of chemical research 44 (1), 47-57, 2011
Redox‐active ligands in catalysis
VKK Praneeth, MR Ringenberg, TR Ward
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (41), 10228-10234, 2012
Synthetic cascades are enabled by combining biocatalysts with artificial metalloenzymes
V Köhler, YM Wilson, M Dürrenberger, D Ghislieri, E Churakova, T Quinto, ...
Nature Chemistry 5 (2), 93-99, 2013
Using nature’s blueprint to expand catalysis with Earth-abundant metals
RM Bullock, JG Chen, L Gagliardi, PJ Chirik, OK Farha, CH Hendon, ...
Science 369 (6505), eabc3183, 2020
Artificial metalloenzymes for enantioselective catalysis based on biotin− avidin
J Collot, J Gradinaru, N Humbert, M Skander, A Zocchi, TR Ward
Journal of the American Chemical Society 125 (30), 9030-9031, 2003
Artificial metalloenzymes: proteins as hosts for enantioselective catalysis
CM Thomas, TR Ward
Chemical Society Reviews 34 (4), 337-346, 2005
Artificial metalloenzymes based on biotin-avidin technology for the enantioselective reduction of ketones by transfer hydrogenation
C Letondor, N Humbert, TR Ward
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (13), 4683-4687, 2005
Artificial metalloenzymes as selective catalysts in aqueous media
J Steinreiber, TR Ward
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 252 (5-7), 751-766, 2008
Artificial metalloenzymes:(strept) avidin as host for enantioselective hydrogenation by achiral biotinylated rhodium− diphosphine complexes
M Skander, N Humbert, J Collot, J Gradinaru, G Klein, A Loosli, J Sauser, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (44), 14411-14418, 2004
Recent advances in the palladium catalyzed Suzuki–Miyaura cross-coupling reaction in water
A Chatterjee, TR Ward
Catalysis Letters 146, 820-840, 2016
Label-free detection of single protein molecules and protein− protein interactions using synthetic nanopores
A Han, M Creus, G Schurmann, V Linder, TR Ward, NF De Rooij, ...
Analytical chemistry 80 (12), 4651-4658, 2008
Artificial transfer hydrogenases based on the biotin−(strept) avidin technology: fine tuning the selectivity by saturation mutagenesis of the host protein
C Letondor, A Pordea, N Humbert, A Ivanova, S Mazurek, M Novic, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (25), 8320-8328, 2006
Artificial metalloenzymes based on the biotin–streptavidin technology: challenges and opportunities
T Heinisch, TR Ward
Accounts of chemical research 49 (9), 1711-1721, 2016
Artificial transfer hydrogenases for the enantioselective reduction of cyclic imines
M Dürrenberger, T Heinisch, YM Wilson, T Rossel, E Nogueira, L Knörr, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 13 (50), 3026-3029, 2011
X-ray structure and designed evolution of an artificial transfer hydrogenase
M Creus, A Pordea, T Rossel, A Sardo, C Letondor, A Ivanova, I LeTrong, ...
Angewandte Chemie 120 (8), 1422, 2008
Artificial metalloenzyme for enantioselective sulfoxidation based on vanadyl-loaded streptavidin
A Pordea, M Creus, J Panek, C Duboc, D Mathis, M Novic, TR Ward
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (25), 8085-8088, 2008
Artificial metalloenzymes: challenges and opportunities
HJ Davis, TR Ward
ACS central science 5 (7), 1120-1136, 2019
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