Crichton , Ricardo O. Chapter 2 Introduction to Ligand Field Theory.
Chapter 3 EPR Spectroscopy. Chapter 9 Xray Crystallography.
Part 1 Basic Principles 1. An overview of the role of metals in biology 2.
Christopher J. Biocatalysts and Enzyme Technology. Surendra Nimesh. The title should be at least 4 characters long. Historically, each volume has centered on a specific topic of biochemistry, such as DNA repair, yeast genetics, or the biology of nitric oxide. This text provides detailed coverage of physical methods used in bioinorganic chemistry. Ravin Narain.
Basic coordination chemistry for biologists 3. Structural and molecular biology for chemists 4.
Biological ligands for metal ions 5. An overview of intermediary metabolism and bioenergetics 6.
Methods which can be used to study metals in biology 7. Metal assimilation pathways 8. Transport, storage and homeostasis of metal ions Part 2 Metals in Biology 9. Sodium and potassium - Channels and Pumps Magnesium - phosphate metabolism and photoreception Calcium - cellular signalling Zinc - Lewis acid and gene regulator Iron - essential for almost all life Transport, storage and homeostasis of metal ions.
Biological Inorganic Chemistry: A New Introduction to Molecular Structure and Function, Third Edition, provides a comprehensive discussion of the biochemical . Biological Inorganic Chemistry: A New Introduction to Molecular Structure and Function, Second Edition, provides a comprehensive discussion of the.
Part 2 Metals in Biology 9. Sodium and potassium — Channels and Pumps Magnesium — phosphate metabolism and photoreception Calcium — cellular signalling Zinc — Lewis acid and gene regulator Iron — essential for almost all life Copper — Coping with Dioxygen Nickel and Cobalt — evolutionary relics Manganese —oxygen generation and detoxification Molybdenum, Tungsten, Vanadium and Chromium Non-metals in biology Part 3 Metals in Medicine and the Environment Metals in brain function Metal-based Neurodegeneration Metals in medicine and metals as drugs Metals in the environment.
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