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Roat-Malone, Rosette M. - Bioinorganic Chemistry: A Short Course, ebook

Bioinorganic Chemistry: A Short Course

Roat-Malone, Rosette M.


Introduces students to the basics of bioinorganic chemistry
This book provides the fundamentals for inorganic chemistry and biochemistry relevant to understanding bioinorganic topics. It provides essential background material, followed by detailed

Karlin, Kenneth D. - Copper-Oxygen Chemistry, ebook

Copper-Oxygen Chemistry

Karlin, Kenneth D.


This newest volume in the Wiley Series on Reactive Intermediates in Chemistry and Biology is divided into three logical areas within the topic of copper/oxygen chemistry— biological systems, theory, and bioinorganic

Storr, Tim - Ligand Design in Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry, ebook

Ligand Design in Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry

Storr, Tim

From 149,15€

Increasing the potency of therapeutic compounds, while limiting side-effects, is a common goal in medicinal chemistry. Ligands that effectively bind metal ions and also include specific features to enhance targeting, reporting, and overall efficacy are driving innovation in areas of disease

Vincent, John - The Bioinorganic Chemistry of Chromium, ebook

The Bioinorganic Chemistry of Chromium

Vincent, John

From 149,15€

Topics covered include: What do we know about the biochemical roles and mechanisms of chromium? Is chromium an essential element in the mammalian diet? Is chromium(III) effective as a nutraceutical, a therapeutic agent, and as a supplement in  animal feed? What is the biochemistry behind the toxicology

Hammerich, Ole - Bioinorganic Electrochemistry, ebook

Bioinorganic Electrochemistry

Hammerich, Ole


Table of contents
1. Electron Tunneling Through Iron and Copper Proteins
Jay R. Winkler, Alexander R. Dunn, Corinna R. Hess, Harry B. Gray
2. The Respiratory Enzyme as An Electrochemical Energy Transducer
Mårten Wikström
3. Reconstituted…

Rehder, Dieter - Bioinorganic Vanadium Chemistry, ebook

Bioinorganic Vanadium Chemistry

Rehder, Dieter


Vanadium is named after Vanadis, the most aristocratic of Norse goddesses, who symbolises beauty and fertility - essential features of vanadium chemistry. It is a ubiquitous trace element, with a surprising range of biological functions. In Bioinorganic