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- Photosensitized, energy transfer-mediated organometallic catalysis through electronically excited nickel(II)
Photoexcited iridium can transfer energy to a nickel catalyst to access a C–O bond-forming pathway.
By age 6, girls become less likely to associate brilliance with their own gender and tend to avoid intellectually challenging activities.
Immunoglobulin subclass IgG1, which lacks fucosyl residues, is implicated in severe dengue disease during secondary infections.
The cellular proteostasis machinery helps direct chromosome pairing and recombination during germ cell division.
A fluctuation theorem for ligand binding allows binding energies to be extracted from single-molecule pulling experiments.
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