Shunsuke Konishi

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Under normal biological conditions, immunoglobulin light chains are generally formed in conjunction with heavy chains; however, small quantities of free light chains are also produced. Thus, two types of immunoglobulin light chains may be identified; immunoglobulin-bound light chains and free light chains. In mature neoplastic B cells, immunoglobulin(More)
A new, chiral bis-Ti(IV) oxide of type 3 has been designed and can be utilized for strong activation of aldehyde carbonyls, thereby allowing a new catalytic enantioselective allylation of aldehydes with allyltributyltin. The chiral bis-Ti(IV) catalyst (S,S)-3 can be readily prepared either by treatment of bis(triisopropoxy)titanium oxide with (S)-BINOL or(More)
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