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pH-Responsive Aminoproline-Containing Collagen Triple Helices

*J. Egli, *C. Siebler, B. Maryasin, R. S. Erdmann, C. Bergande, C. Ochsenfeld, H. Wennemers
Chem. Eur. J.
 2017, asap. Abstract

Size-controlled formation of noble metal nanoparticles in aqueous solution with a thiol-free tripeptide

S. Corrà, U. Lewandowska, E. M. Benetti, H. Wennemers
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201655, 8542 – 8545. Abstract

Importance of Dipole Moments and Ambient Polarity for the Conformation of Xaa-Pro Moieties – A Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study 

C. Siebler, B. Maryasin, M. Kuemin, R. S. Erdmann, C. Rigling, C. Grünenfelder, C. Ochsenfeld, H. Wennemers
Chem. Sci. 20156, 6725 – 6730 Abstract

Peptide Catalysis in Aqueous Emulsions 

J. Duschmalé, S. Kohrt, H. Wennemers
Chem. Commun. 201450, 8109 – 8112 Abstract

Enamine Catalysis in Flow with an Immobilized Peptidic Catalyst

Y. Arakawa, H. Wennemers
ChemSusChem, 20136, 242 – 245 Abstract

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Conformational Stability of Collagen Triple Helices Functionalized in the Yaa Position by Click Chemistry

R. S. Erdmann, H. Wennemers
Org. BiomolChem. 201210, 1982 – 1986 Abstract

Correlating Molecular with Nanoscopic Dimensions - Oligoprolines as Scaffolds for the Formation of Ag-Nanoparticles in Defined Sizes

G. Upert, F. Bouillère, H. Wennemers
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed201251, 4231 – 4234 Abstract

Enamine Catalysis with Low Catalyst Loadings – High Efficiency via Kinetic Studies

M. Wiesner, G. Upert, G. Angelici, H. Wennemers
J. Am. Chem. Soc2010132, 6 – 7 Abstract

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