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The chemicals, known as aldehydes, are made in our body in tiny amounts.
(Daily Mail - Science, )

The three-component coupling of amines, aldehydes and alkynes gives easy access to functionalized amine products.
(Nature Communications, )

They are based on novel sensor arrays that detect and differentiate among a diverse range of aldehydes and ketones.
(Science Daily - News, )

Aldehydes are common intermediates in enzymatic pathways, but their high reactivity can make them difficult to observe.
(Nature Communications, )

Too much exposure to aldehydes, however, causes cancer by breaking down our ability to fix DNA, Cambridge University says.
(Daily Mail - Science, )

Biochemists have found an unexpected chemical strategy employed by the mammalian nose to detect chemicals known as aldehydes.
(Science Daily - News, )

Here we show that MOFs can also serve as effective selectivity regulators for the hydrogenation of α,β-unsaturated aldehydes.
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Here, reagents are described that make possible the one-step transformation of aldehydes into medium-ring saturated N-heterocycles.
(Nature Chemistry, )

How the substrate specificity of fatty aldehyde dehydrogenase (FALDH) towards long-chain aldehydes is achieved is an unresolved question.
(Nature Communications, )

EC emissions that might have adverse effects on cardiovascular health include nicotine, oxidants, aldehydes, particulates, and flavourants.
(Nature Reviews Cardiology, )

Jagadeesh et al. detail the hydrogenation of nitroarenes and the reductive amination of aldehydes with nitroarenes performed with an iron-based catalyst.
(Nature Protocols, )

Now, bioinspired fluoromalonic acid half thioesters (F-MAHTs) have been devised and allow for highly stereoselective reactions with aldehydes under mild organocatalytic conditions.
(Nature Chemistry, )

Research by De Montfort University in Leicester has shown polyunsaturated fats such as sunflower oil and corn oil, release high levels of aldehydes, which are linked to cancer and dementia.
(Daily Mail - Health, )

Here the authors present a crystal structure of human membrane-bound FALDH and find that it contains a ‘gatekeeper’ helix that directs substrate specificity towards long-chain fatty aldehydes.
(Nature Communications, )

Owing to the limited availability of natural sources, the widespread demand of the flavouring, perfume and pharmaceutical industries for unsaturated alcohols is met by producing them from α,β-unsaturated aldehydes, through the selective hydrogenation of the carbon–oxygen group (in preference to the carbon–carbon group).
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Sandwiching platinum nanoparticles between an inner core and an outer shell composed of an MOF with metal nodes of Fe3+, Cr3+ or both (known as MIL-101; refs 21) results in stable catalysts that convert a range of α,β-unsaturated aldehydes with high efficiency and with significantly enhanced selectivity towards unsaturated alcohols.
(Nature, )

2-aminothiazole — a hybrid of prebiotic amino acid and nucleotide precursors — sequentially accumulates and purifies glycolaldehyde and glyceraldehyde from complex mixtures in the order required for ribonucleotide synthesis, dynamically resolves glyceraldehyde from its ketose-isomer dihydroxyacetone, and provides the first strategy to select natural amino acids from abiotic aldehydes and ketones.
(Nature Chemistry, )

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