Mathieu Pucheault
Mathieu Pucheault
CNRS Université de Bordeaux
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Protein chemical modification on endogenous amino acids
E Baslé, N Joubert, M Pucheault
Chemistry & biology 17 (3), 213-227, 2010
Targeted intracellular protein degradation induced by a small molecule: En route to chemical proteomics
AR Schneekloth, M Pucheault, HS Tae, CM Crews
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters 18 (22), 5904-5908, 2008
Direct access to ketones from aldehydes via rhodium-catalyzed cross-coupling reaction with potassium trifluoro (organo) borates
M Pucheault, S Darses, JP Genet
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (47), 15356-15357, 2004
MreB Drives De Novo Rod Morphogenesis in Caulobacter crescentus via Remodeling of the Cell Wall
CN Takacs, S Poggio, G Charbon, M Pucheault, W Vollmer, ...
Journal of bacteriology 192 (6), 1671-1684, 2010
Potassium Organotrifluoroborates in Rhodium‐Catalyzed Asymmetric 1, 4‐Additions to Enones
M Pucheault, S Darses, JP Genêt
European Journal of Organic Chemistry 2002 (21), 3552-3557, 2002
Potassium organotrifluoroborates: new partners in catalytic enantioselective conjugate additions to enones
M Pucheault, S Darses, JP Genet
Tetrahedron letters 43 (35), 6155-6157, 2002
Supercritical synthesis of biodiesel
JM Bernal, P Lozano, E García-Verdugo, MI Burguete, G Sánchez-Gómez, ...
Molecules 17 (7), 8696-8719, 2012
Stabilizing immobilized cellulase by ionic liquids for saccharification of cellulose solutions in 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride
P Lozano, B Bernal, JM Bernal, M Pucheault, M Vaultier
Green Chemistry 13 (6), 1406-1410, 2011
Task specific ionic liquids and task specific onium salts
M Pucheault, M Vaultier
Ionic Liquids, 83-126, 2009
Iron‐Catalysed Borylation of Arenediazonium Salts to Give Access to Arylboron Derivatives via Aryl (amino) boranes at Room Temperature
LD Marciasini, N Richy, M Vaultier, M Pucheault
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 355 (6), 1083-1088, 2013
Towards an efficient microsystem for the real‐time detection and quantification of mercury in water based on a specifically designed fluorogenic binary task‐specific ionic liquid
F Loe‐Mie, G Marchand, J Berthier, N Sarrut, M Pucheault, ...
Angewandte Chemie 122 (2), 434-437, 2010
Microfluidic Synthesis of Palladium Nanocrystals Assisted by Supercritical CO2: Tailored Surface Properties for Applications in Boron Chemistry
T Gendrineau, S Marre, M Vaultier, M Pucheault, C Aymonier
Angewandte Chemie 124 (34), 8653-8656, 2012
Efficient access to perfluoroalkylated aryl compounds by Heck reaction
S Darses, M Pucheault, JP Genêt
European Journal of Organic Chemistry 2001 (6), 1121-1128, 2001
Efficient access to chiral β-arylamides via asymmetric 1, 4-additions of potassium trifluoro (organo) borates
M Pucheault, V Michaut, S Darses, JP Genet
Tetrahedron letters 45 (24), 4729-4732, 2004
Natural products: chemical instruments to apprehend biological symphony
M Pucheault
Organic & biomolecular chemistry 6 (3), 424-432, 2008
Potassium trifluoro (organo) borates in rhodium-catalyzed 1, 4-additions to α, β-unsaturated esters
L Navarre, M Pucheault, S Darses, JP Genet
Tetrahedron letters 46 (24), 4247-4250, 2005
Borylation of unactivated aryl chlorides under mild conditions by using diisopropylaminoborane as a borylating reagent
HDS Guerrand, LD Marciasini, M Jousseaume, M Vaultier, M Pucheault
Chemistry–A European Journal 20 (19), 5573-5579, 2014
A new route towards fluorescent organic nanoparticles with red-shifted emission and increased colloidal stability
K Amro, J Daniel, G Clermont, T Bsaibess, M Pucheault, E Genin, ...
Tetrahedron 70 (10), 1903-1909, 2014
Organic–inorganic hybrid materials for enantioselective organocatalysis
V Srivastava, K Gaubert, M Pucheault, M Vaultier
ChemCatChem 1 (1), 94-98, 2009
(Bio) catalytic continuous flow processes in scCO2 and/or ILs: towards sustainable (Bio) catalytic synthetic platforms
P Lozano, E Garcia-Verdugo, S V Luis, M Pucheault, M Vaultier
Current Organic Synthesis 8 (6), 810-823, 2011
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