Latest CLASSY publications to kick-off 2022

Did you miss the last publications from the CLASSY consortium? Find an overview of all 2021 publications below, including the latest contribution from the group of Prof. Wolfgang Kroutil at UG now included in the January 2022 issue of Chemical Reviews.

Anil Kumar Bandela, Nathaniel Wagner, Hava Sadihov, Sara Morales-Reina, Agata Chotera-Ouda, Kingshuk Basu, Rivka Cohen-Luria, Andrés de la Escosura, Gonen Ashkenasy. Primitive selection of the fittest emerging through functional synergy in nucleopeptide networks. PNAS. 2021, 118

Michael Teders, Aleksandr A. Pogodaev, Glenn Bojanov, Wilhelm T. S. Huck. Reversible Photoswitchable Inhibitors Generate Ultrasensitivity in Out-Of-Equilibrium Enzymatic Reactions. JACS. 2021, 143 (15), 5709–5716; DOI: 10.1021/jacs.0c12956

Christoph Winkler, Stefan Simić, Valentina Jurkaš, Sarah Bierbaumer, Luca Schmermund, Silvan Poschenrieder, Sarah A. Berger, Elisa Kulterer, Robert Kourist, and Wolfgang Kroutil. Accelerated Reaction Engineering of Photo(bio)catalytic Reactions through Parallelization with an Open-Source Photoreactor. ChemPhotoChem 2021, 05, DOI: 10.1002/cptc.202100109

Helma Wennemers, Leo D. M. Nicholls. Synergistic Peptide and Gold Catalysis: Enantioselective Addition of Branched Aldehydes to Allenamides. Chem. Eur. J. 2021, 03, DOI: 10.1002/chem.202103197

Stefan Simić, Erna Zukić, Luca Schmermund, Kurt Faber, Christoph K. Winkler, and Wolfgang Kroutil. Shortening Synthetic Routes to Small Molecule Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Employing Biocatalytic Methods. Chem. Rev. 2022, 122, 1, 1052-1126, DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemrev.1c00574

 

CLASSY featured in the EU GrantsAccess Science Stories

CLASSY was featured in the EU GrantsAccess Science Stories issue last July, 2021. Prof. Helma Wennemers and PhD candidate Jasper Möhler (ETH), explain the role of their team within the CLASSY project and their contribution in terms of peptide expertise.

If you’re curious to hear about their progress in the lab, how they’re collaborating with the other CLASSY partners and what the next steps are in the project, read the full interview “Increased sustainability through combinational chemistry” (in English) and watch the accompanying video (in German).

CLASSY PhD student awarded Scholarship Fund of the Swiss Chemical Industry (SSCI)

PhD student Alena Budinska was recently awarded a scholarship that supports her research on ”Stereoselective Organocatalytic α-​Alkylation of Aldehydes’’ as part of Prof. Helma Wennemers group at ETH Zürich, and through which she contributes to the CLASSY project. The Scholarship Fund of the Swiss Chemical Industry (SSCI) is a joint initiative of ETH Zürich with Janssen AG, Clariant International AG and Givaudan Schweiz AG. It is annually awarded to outstanding doctoral students from the Department of Chemistry and Applied Sciences at ETH.

Our warmest congratulations to Alena for this recognition of top-notch research.

New CLASSY conference presentations

Our partners are making the most of the virtual conference opportunities, with several posters already presented earlier this year and more to come in the next weeks and months. Find all of the latest CLASSY results on our dedicated page, here.