Metallopharmaceuticals II: Diagnosis and Therapy
Michael J. Clarke, Peter J. Sadler, Enzo Alessio
Springer, Aug 13, 1999 - Medical - 216 pages
Biological inorganic chemistry is a field of research at the interface of inorganic and biological chemistry. The rapidly developing insights into the role of metals in biological systems has far-reaching implications not only for biological science but also for related disciplines, ranging from molecular medicine to the environment. In each volume the reader, whether engaged in chemistry, biochemistry, biology or molecular medicine, receives a comprehensive summary and critical overview of a topic of hight current interest written by leading international experts.
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