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Aromatic and aliphatic nitriles are important precursors required for many important compounds.
(Nature Communications, )

Now, aziridination and lactamization have been achieved using fully aliphatic, unactivated, secondary amines.
(Nature Chemistry, )

Most directed aliphatic C−H activation processes proceed through a five-membered-ring cyclometallated intermediate.
(Nature, )

The bacterial halogenase SyrB2 catalyzes selective installation of halogens in place of unactivated aliphatic C-H bonds.
(Nature Chemical Biology , )

Analyses of dissolved organic carbon in Swedish lakes found that aliphatic and N-containing compounds persisted, while oxidized aromatic compounds were lost.
(Nature Geoscience, )

The approach allows these amino alcohols to be transformed into structurally complex and diverse products using palladium-catalysed aliphatic C–H activation.
(Nature Chemistry, )

Many enzymes oxidize unactivated aliphatic C–H bonds selectively to form alcohols; however, biological systems do not possess enzymes that catalyse the analogous aminations of C–H bonds.
(Nature, )

Intramolecular aliphatic C–H amination reactions are greatly sought-after for the synthesis of N-containing heterocycles, but current methods require the use of highly activated nitrogen sources.
(Nature Chemistry, )

Transition metal catalysis has emerged as a powerful tool with which to convert these unreactive bonds into carbon−carbon and carbon−heteroatom bonds, but the selective transformation of aliphatic C−H bonds is still a challenge.
(Nature, )

In particular, we prepared modified myoglobins containing an Ir(Me) site that catalyse the functionalization of C–H bonds to form C–C bonds by carbene insertion and add carbenes to both β-substituted vinylarenes and unactivated aliphatic α-olefins.
(Nature, )

Here we report what is to our knowledge the first example of a nonheme iron enzyme (WelO5) in the welwitindolinone biosynthetic pathway that can monochlorinate an aliphatic carbon in 12-epi-fischerindole U and 12-epi-hapalindole C, substrates that are free from peptidyl or acyl carrier protein.
(Nature Chemical Biology , )

The scope of this previously unknown bond disconnection is highlighted through the development of C−H amination and carbonylation processes, leading to the synthesis of aziridines and β-lactams (respectively), and is suggestive of a generic C−H functionalization platform that could simplify the synthesis of aliphatic secondary amines, a class of small molecules that are particularly important features of many pharmaceutical agents.
(Nature, )

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