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Most-read (downloaded) article published in 2018 from Greece in Organic Letters Magazine
The Organic Letters team has put together a Virtual Issue featuring the most-read articles (most downloaded) published in 2018 from different countries, based on the location of the corresponding author(s). A paper from Vassilikogiannakis' team is included in the list:
Asymmetric and Site-Selective [3 + 2]-Annulations for the Synthesis of High-Value Bicyclic Lactams
Dimitris Kalaitzakis*, Manolis Sofiadis, Myron Triantafyllakis, Konstantinos Daskalakis, and Georgios Vassilikogiannakis*
Org. Lett., 2018, 20 (4), pp 1146–1149
"Water Molecules Gating a Photoinduced One Electron Two Protons Transfer in a Tyr/His model of Photosystem II"
Our study provides an unprecedented example of a light‐induced electron‐transfer process in a TyrZ/His190 model of photosystem II, evidencing the movement of both the phenol and imidazole protons along an isoenergetic pathway.
De: "Angewandte" <email@example.com>
Objet: Decision on your Manuscript 201804498 for Angewandte Chemie
Date: 30 avril 2018 à 11:06:26 UTC+2
À: "Marie Sircoglou" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Title: "Water Molecules Gating a Photoinduced One Electron Two Protons Transfer in a Tyr/His model of Photosystem II"
DOI: 10.1002/anie.201804498 and 10.1002/ange.201804498
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Dear Dr Sircoglou,
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