T. Gottschalk, P. D. Jarowski, F. Diederich, Tetrahedron (Symposium-in-Print "Synthetic NanoSystems and NanoMachinery" in honour of Sir J. F. Stoddart), in press. Reversibly Controllable Guest Binding in Precisely Defined Cavities: Selectivity, Induced Fit, and Switching in Novel Resorcinarene-Based Container Molecules.
M. Zürcher, T. Gottschalk, S. Meyer, D. Bur, F. Diederich, ChemMedChem 2008, 3, 237-240.
Exploring the Flap Pocket of the Antimalarial Target Plasmepsin II: The "55 % Rule" Applied to Enzymes.
T. Gottschalk, B. Jaun, F. Diederich, Angew. Chem. 2007, 119, 264-268; Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2007, 46, 260-264.
Container Molecules with Portals: Reversibly Switchable Cycloalkane Complexation.
D. C. Braddock, D. M. Badine, T. Gottschalk, A. Matusuno, M. Rodriguez-Lens, Synlett 2003, 3, 345-348.
The Cyclopropylmethylsilane Terminated Prins Reaction: Stereoelectronic Controlled Formation of (E)-Skipped Dienes Alcohols and a (Z)-Skipped Diene
D. C. Braddock, D. M. Badine, T. Gottschalk, Synlett 2001, 12, 1909-1913.
Cyclopropylmethylsilane Terminated Prins Reaction: Stereoelectronic Controlled Formation of (E)-Skipped Dienes.