Biochemistry of the Elemental Halogens and Inorganic Halides, Volume 2
An overview of recent research on the interaction of halides with biological systems. Reviews the properties and biochemistry of elemental halogens, inorganic halides, and thyroid hormones; also examined are biohalogenation thus providing a link to the following series volume on halogenated organic
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