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Biological Inorganic Chemistry

Structure and Reactivity



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This guide serves both as an excellent course text for advanced undergraduates and postgraduates, and as a reference for anyone working in this area. Already praised by specialists in the field, this text gives both an overview of biological inorganic chemistry and presents a detailed look at metal-ion containing biological systems.

Author Biography

Ivano Bertini - Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Magnetic Resonance Center of the University of Florence. His main research interests are the advancements in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, the expression and preparation of metalloproteins, their structural characterization and the investigation of their interactions with emphasis on understanding cellular processes at the molecular level. Harry B. Gray - the Arnold O. Beckman Professor of Chemistry and the Founding Director of the Beckman Institute at the California Institute of Technology. His main research interests center on inorganic spectroscopy, photochemistry, and bioinorganic chemistry, with emphasis on understanding electron transfer in proteins. For his contributions to chemistry, which include over 700 papers and 17 books, he has received the National Medal of Science from President Ronald Reagan (1986); the Linderstrom-Lang Prize (1991); the Basolo Medal (1994); the Gibbs Medal (1994); the Chandler Medal (1999) and the Harvey Prize (2000). Edward I. Stiefel - Professor of Chemistry at Princeton University and associated faculty member of the Princeton Environmental Institute until his untimely death in summer of 2006. His research involved the role of metal ions in biological systems including: iron in marine environments, especially the iron storage and DNA protective proteins ferritin and Dps; the biological production of hydrogen by phototropic hydrogenases and theoretical studies of hydrogenase action; the role of molybdenum in biology; and aspects of metals in medicine. Joan S. Valentine -
Release date NZ
August 1st, 2006
Edited by Edward I. Stiefel Edited by Harry B. Gray Edited by Ivano Bertini Edited by Joan S. Valentine
Country of Publication
United States
766 p.
University Science Books,U.S.
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