bioinorganic


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bioinorganic

(bī′ō-ĭn′ôr-găn′ĭk)
adj.
Of or having to do with inorganic compounds and their role in biochemical processes.
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Zhong, "Synthesis and crystal structure of the bioinorganic complex [Sb(Hedta)]x2[H.sub.2]O," Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications, vol.
Lomozik, "Complexes of Cu(II) ions and noncovalent interactions in systems with L-aspartic acid and cytidine-5'-monophosphate," Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications, vol.
Detailed reviews by experts in chemistry and chemical engineering illustrate the diversity of metal systems used in the laboratory and in nature to capture and use small molecules, discussing both organometallic and bioinorganic perspectives.
Gordon Young Award and 75th CSC Lecture Series combined forces to bring world renowned bioinorganic chemist, Jacqueline Barton, to Edmonton for an evening public lecture at The King's University College on September 20, 2004.
Karaivanova, "Synthesis, characterization, and cytotoxic activity of new lanthanum(III) complexes of bis-coumarins," Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications, vol.
Scientists and graduate students in spectroscopy, organometallic chemistry, nanotechnology, and bioinorganic chemistry are the intended audience for the book.
Many scientists today are working at the interface between classical chemistry and another science and we call them accordingly medicinal chemists, biochemists, computational chemists, molecular biologists, molecular geneticists, bioinorganic chemists or protein chemists.
Sadler, "Current applications and future potential for bioinorganic chemistry in the development of anticancer drugs," Drug Discovery Today, vol.
of Dortmund, Germany) continue to highlight the high degree of interdisciplinarity necessary to this emerging field by combining contributions from bioorganic and bioinorganic chemistry, molecular and cell biology, materials science, and bioanalytics.
Designed for use in graduate or senior undergraduate courses in bioinorganic chemistry, this includes a tutorial in biochemistry and evolution and another in fundamentals of coordination chemistry to bring all students up to speed.
This year's guest speaker, Ann English, MCIC of Concordia University, presented her group's results on the bioinorganic chemistry of NO.
Markopoulos, "Tetramic and tetronic acids as scaffolds in bioinorganic and bioorganic chemistry," Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications, vol.