Group transfer to an aliphatic bond: a biomimetic study inspired by nonheme iron halogenases

@inproceedings{Timmins2018GroupTT,
  title={Group transfer to an aliphatic bond: a biomimetic study inspired by nonheme iron halogenases},
  author={Amy Timmins and Matthew G Quesne and Tomasz Borowski and Sam P. de Visser},
  year={2018}
}
In this work, we predict a group-transfer reaction to an aliphatic substrate on a biomimetic nonheme iron center based on the structural and functional properties of nonheme iron halogenases. Transferring groups other than halogens to C−H bonds on the same catalytic center would improve the versatility and applicability of nonheme iron halogenases and enhance their use in biotechnology; however, few studies have been reported on this matter. Furthermore, very few biomimetic models are known… CONTINUE READING
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