Perspectives on Bioinorganic Chemistry, Volume 4Edited by
- R.W. Hay, University of St. Andrews
- J.R. Dilworth, University of Essex
- K.B. Nolan, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
The aim of this series is to provide authoritative reviews in the rapidly expanding area of bioinorganic chemistry. The series will present "state of the art" reviews covering the whole field of bioinorganic chemistry. The present volume is the fourth in the series and covers the topics: lithium in biology, the structure and function of ceroplasmin, rhenium complexes in nuclear medicine, the anti-HIV activity of macrocyclic polyamines and their metal complexes for dinuclear phosphoesterase enzymes.
For industrialists and researchers in the rapidly expanding area of bioinorganic chemistry.
Perspectives on Bioinorganic Chemistry
Published: September 1999
- Preface(K.B. Nolan).Lithium in biology(J. Bramham).Ceruloplasmin: the beginning if the end of an enigma(P. Lindley et al.).The chemistry of rhenium in nuclear medicine(P.J. Blower, S. Prakash).Macrocyclic polyamines and their metal complexes: a novel type of anti-HIV agent(E. Kimura et al.).Chemistry of platinum anticancer drugs(J. Arpalahti).Functional model complexes for dinuclear phospoesterase enzymes(R. Krämer, T. Gajda).