Andrew Lund

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Many receptors and allosteric proteins function through binding of a molecule to induce a conformational change, which then influences a remote active site. In synthetic systems, comparable intramolecular information transfer can be effected by using the shape of one part of a molecule to control the stereoselectivity of reactions occurring some distance(More)
As several scholars have noted, the Supreme Court’s Gonzales v. Carhart decision upholding the federal Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003 (PBABA) represents a major departure from its previous abortion jurisprudence. What has received little attention is the ease with which Carhart’s rationale can be imported into cases involving the medical treatment(More)
* © 2014 Victoria Shannon, Assistant Professor of Law, Washington and Lee University School of Law; J.D., Harvard Law School; A.B. Harvard University. Co-author of the book THIRD-PARTY FUNDING IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION (Wolters Kluwer 2012) (with Lisa Bench Nieuwveld). Member of the international Third-Party Funding Task Force(More)
The orientation of Ar-C, Ar-N and Ar-O bonds in biaryls, N,N'-diarylureas and diaryl ethers (whose conformers are distinguishable by NMR) may be controlled with a selectivity up to >95 : 5 by an adjacent stereogenic centre; the selectivity may be greater when a second stereogenic axis is inserted between the controlling centre and the slowly rotating bond.
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