Metalloenzyme Mimicry at the Nodes of Metal-Organic Frameworks
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In this issue of Chem, Dincă and co-workers show that the node of the metal-organic framework MFU-4l can be modified by anion exchange to serve as a biomimetic model of carbonic anhydrase given the similarity in their ligand fields. The resulting material, which has reactivity characteristics of the enzyme, gives great promise for CO2-related applications.
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Chem, v. 4, issue 12, p. 2736-2738
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Sun, Qi; Aguila, Briana; and Ma, Shengqian, "Metalloenzyme Mimicry at the Nodes of Metal-Organic Frameworks" (2018). Chemistry Faculty Publications. 52.