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The restricted availability, expense and toxicity of precious metal catalysts such as rhodium and palladium challenge the sustainability of synthetic chemistry. As such, nickel catalysts have garnered increasing attention as replacements for enyne cyclization reactions. On the other hand, bridged tricyclo[5.2.1.01,5]decanes are found as core structures in many biologically active natural products; however, the synthesis of such frameworks with high functionalities from readily availabledoi:10.1038/s41467-020-15837-1 pmid:32312990 fatcat:dw4a5qhaqzbhpnuwk2fqofj5fm