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STUDY DESIGN Qualitative study using interpretive description methodology. OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to better understand how ethical issues are experienced by university sports team athletic therapists and physical therapists. BACKGROUND In clinical practice, sports teams are associated with a range of ethical issues. Issues commonly(More)
Anion–p interactions have been introduced recently to catalysis. The idea of stabilizing anionic intermediates and transition states on p-acidic surfaces is a new fundamental concept. By now, examples exist for asymmetric enolate, enamine, iminium and transamination chemistry, and the first anion–p enzyme has been created. Delocalized over large aromatic(More)
Japanese red pine (Pinus densiflora) is extensively cultivated in Japan, Korea, China, and Russia and is harvested for timber, pulpwood, garden, and paper markets. However, genetic information and molecular markers were very scarce for this species. In this study, over 51 million sequencing clean reads from P. densiflora mRNA were produced using Illumina(More)
Among concerted cycloadditions, the Diels-Alder reaction is the grand old classic, which is usually achieved with acid catalysis. In this report, hydroxypyrones, oxa-, and thiazolones are explored because they provide access to anionic dienes. Their [4+2] cycloaddition with cyclic and acyclic dienophiles, such as maleimides and fumarates, affords bicyclic(More)
Anion-π interactions have been introduced to catalysis only recently, and evidence for their significance is so far limited to one classical model reaction in enolate and enamine chemistry. In this report, asymmetric anion-π catalysis is achieved for the first time for a more demanding cascade process. The selected example affords six-membered carbocycles(More)
Anion-π interactions have been introduced recently to catalysis. The idea of stabilizing anionic intermediates and transition states on π-acidic surfaces is a new fundamental concept. By now, examples exist for asymmetric enolate, enamine, iminium and transamination chemistry, and the first anion-π enzyme has been created. Delocalized over large aromatic(More)
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