By Edward I. Solomon, Brooke L. Hemming, David E. Root (auth.), Kenneth D. Karlin, Zoltán Tyeklár (eds.)
Bioinorganic Chemistry of Copper makes a speciality of the very important position of copper ions in biology, specially as an important metalloenzyme cofactor. The ebook is very interdisciplinary in its approach--the extraordinary record of members comprises coordination chemists, biochemists, biophysicists, and molecular biologists. Chapters are grouped into significant parts of analysis curiosity in inorganic copper chemistry, spectroscopy, oxygen chemistry, biochemistry, and molecular biology. The ebook additionally discusses uncomplicated study of serious capability value to pharmaceutical scientists. This booklet relies at the first Johns Hopkins college Copper Symposium, held in August 1992. Researchers in chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, and medicinal chemistry will locate it to be a necessary reference on its subject.
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