Special Issue "Biomolecular Catalysts"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2018)
Prof. Jose M. Palomo
Chemists have long been inspired by the exquisite selectivity and eﬃciency of biomolecular catalysts. The development of new catalysts with improved properties, new activities and selectivities making processes economically and environmentally sustainable are mandatory in our future. The application of biomolecules, such as polymers, peptides or proteins to create interesting networks for metal complexes to create nanostructurated artificial catalysts are extremely important in the development of chemical process such as synthetic molecules, sustainable fuels, medical biosensors, etc. Additionally, the engineering, design and creation of nanoreactors using biomolecules are of special interest to improving properties of extremely sensitive enzymes.
This Special Issue will be focused on innovative and novel research in the creation and application of biomolecular catalysts.Prof. Jose M. Palomo
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- artificial enzymes
- directed evolution
- computational chemistry
- bioorganic chemistry
- chemical biology
- heterogeneous catalysis
- homogeneous catalysis