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Kim, "On the preparation of metalloporphyrins," Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry, vol.
Pawlick et al., "BMX-001, a novel redox-active metalloporphyrin, improves islet function and engraftment in a murine transplant model," American Journal of Transplantation, vol.
The researchers used a metalloporphyrin with cobalt at its center.
Ozaki, "Surfaceenhanced Raman scattering and surface-enhanced infrared absorption spectroscopic studies of a metalloporphyrin monolayer film formed on pyridine self-assembled monolayermodified gold," Langmuir, vol.
In axially ligated aluminium(III) porphyrin complexes, bands showed slight red shift corresponding to the structural distortion in the porphyrin macrocycle, and concomitant electronic coupling of the metalloporphyrin to the salicylate mediated by the aluminium metal ion.
Fukuda et al., "Long-term neuroprotection from a potent redox-modulating metalloporphyrin in the rat," Free Radical Biology and Medicine, vol.
From these data, it is unclear whether the primary effect of metalloporphyrin therapy is decreased bilirubin formation or increased photosensitivity of bilirubin resulting in increased excretion.
A myriad of agents and strategies have been employed to prevent or minimise bleomycin toxicity including plant phenolics (13), protein thioredoxin (14), taurine and niacin (15), metalloporphyrin (n16), pen-toxifylline (17), ibuprofen (17) and steroids (19).
The group's primary focus is research into the chemical effects of ultrasound, as well as metalloporphyrin chemistry and a spin-off project aimed at developing an electronic nose sensor.
The structure of a metalloporphyrin consists of large rings with loosely held electrons arranged around a metal ion in the center.
Currently, he also has active research programs in the areas of novel non-separation immunoassay methods, immobilized metalloporphyrin phases for liquid chromatography, and the development and characterization of novel nitric oxide-releasing polymeric materials for biomedical applications.