Ronald H. Kluger, Ph.D.

Chemistry University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
organic chemistry
"Ronald Kluger"

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Bielecki M, Howe GW, Kluger R. (2019) Competing Protonation and Halide Elimination as a Probe of the Character of Thiamin-Derived Reactive Intermediates Biochemistry. 58: 3566-3571
Li Y, Kluger R. (2019) Metal-Catalyzed Site-Selective Monoacylation of Diols in Aqueous Media Synthesis. 51: 3784-3791
Bielecki M, Howe GW, Kluger R. (2018) Charge Dispersion and Its Effects on the Reactivity of Thiamin-Derived Breslow Intermediates. Biochemistry. 57: 3867-3872
Li Y, Kluger R. (2018) Lead-Catalyzed Aqueous Benzoylation of Carbohydrates with an Acyl Phosphate Ester. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Vandersteen AA, Howe GW, Lollar BS, et al. (2017) Carbon Kinetic Isotope Effects and the Mechanisms of Acid-Catalyzed Decarboxylation of 2,4-Dimethoxybenzoic Acid and CO2 Incorporation into 1,3-Dimethoxybenzene Journal of the American Chemical Society. 139: 15049-15053
Bielecki M, Kluger R. (2017) The Need for an Alternative to Radicals as the Cause of Fragmentation of a Thiamin-Derived Breslow Intermediate. Angewandte Chemie. 56: 6321-6323
Heidari Y, Howe GW, Kluger R. (2016) The reactivity of lactyl-oxythiamin implies the role of the amino-pyrimidine in thiamin catalyzed decarboxylation Bioorganic Chemistry. 69: 153-158
Singh S, Dubinsky-Davidchik IS, Kluger R. (2016) Strain-promoted azide-alkyne cycloaddition for protein-protein coupling in the formation of a bis-hemoglobin as a copper-free oxygen carrier. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry
Wang A, Kluger R. (2016) Enhanced Nitrite Reductase Activity and Its Correlation with Oxygen Affinity in Hemoglobin bis-Tetramers. Biochemistry
Singh S, Kluger R. (2016) Self-Assembly of a Functional Triple Protein: Hemoglobin-Avidin-Hemoglobin via Biotin-Avidin Interactions. Biochemistry
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