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Multigram-scale chemoenzymatic synthesis of diverse aminopolycarboxylic acids as potential metallo-β-lactamase inhibitors

Allosteric Inhibitors of Macrophage Migration Inhibitory Factor (MIF) Interfere with Apoptosis-Inducing Factor (AIF) Co-Localization to Prevent Parthanatos

Biocatalytic Cascade Synthesis of Enantioenriched Epoxides and Triols from Biomass-Derived Synthons Driven by Specifically Designed Enzymes

Enzymatic Oxy- and Amino-Functionalization in Biocatalytic Cascade Synthesis: Recent Advances and Future Perspectives

Tailored photoenzymatic systems for selective reduction of aliphatic and aromatic nitro compounds fueled by light

4-Iodopyrimidine labeling reveals nuclear translocation and nuclease activity for both MIF and MIF2

Chemo‐ and Enantioselective Photoenzymatic Ketone Reductions Using a Promiscuous Flavin‐dependent Nitroreductase

Chemoenzymatic Asymmetric Synthesis of Complex Heterocycles: Dihydrobenzoxazinones and Dihydroquinoxalinones

Enantiocomplementary Michael Additions of Acetaldehyde to Aliphatic Nitroalkenes Catalyzed by Proline‐Based Carboligases

Enhancing the Peroxygenase Activity of a Cofactor‐Independent Peroxyzyme by Directed Evolution Enabling Gram‐Scale Epoxide Synthesis

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Poelarends and Sigmund publish Review Article in Nature Catalysis

Poelarends and coworkers publish in Nature Catalysis

Prestigious NWO VICI grant Poelarends

Nature Communications paper: Klein enzym krijgt nieuwe functie

Versimpelde synthesemethode versnelt neurobiologisch onderzoek

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Nieuwe enzymen voor de milieuvriendelijke productie van aminozuren

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