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Chemistry and Properties of Biomolecular Systems : Topics in Molecular Organization and Engineering - Enrico Rizzarelli

Chemistry and Properties of Biomolecular Systems

Topics in Molecular Organization and Engineering

By: Enrico Rizzarelli (Editor), Theo M. Theophanides (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 30th November 1991
ISBN: 9780792313939
Number Of Pages: 227

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In this volume we have included some contributions among the plenary lectures, oral presentations and posters that have been presented at the 1st Joint Greek-Italian Meeting on "The Chemistry of Biological systems and Molecular Chemical Engineering" organized at Loutraki, Club Poseidon, Greece 1990. We hope similar meetings will follow every two years alternating between the two countries in order to strengthen the scientific ties among the scientists working in this field. The inter- disciplary aspect of the meeting has been evident by the wide presence of scientists in bioinorganic, bio-organic, biological fields and molecular engineers who will get together and exchange ideas and experiences. We take this opportunity to thank the Greek Chemical Society, the Italian Chemical Society, the "Gruppo Interdivisionale di Chimica dei Sistemi e dei Processi Biologici", Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Nuclear Research Center "Demokritos" and the Greek Ministry for Research and Technology. ENRICO RIZZARELLI THEOPHILE THEOPHANIDES CONTRIBUTORS Numbers in parentheses indicate the pages on which the author's contributions begin Mojgan Aghazode Tabrizi, Department of Pharmaceutical Science, via Scandiana 21, University of Ferrara, 44100 Ferrara, ITALY (119) Maria Albano, Department of Chemistry, University of Calabria, Arcavacata di Rende, 87030 Cosenza ITALY (23) Rossano Amadelli, Photochemical Center of C. N. R. , Department of Chemistry, University of Ferrara, via L. Borsari 46, 44100 Ferrara, ITALY (103) Amalia Anagnostopoulou-Konsta, Department of Physics, National Technical University, 57 73 Athens, GREECE (45) Jane D.

Mass and Ft-Ir Spectra of Quaternary Ammonium Surfactants.- Ft-Ir Spectroscopic Studies of Platinum, Silver and Copper Complexes of Uracil Derivatives - Platinum Blues.- Conformational Analysis of Multifidene and its Synthetic Analogues.- Synthesis of New Molecular Cages from Calix(4)Arenes.- Measurements of Structural Characteristics of Damaged DNA through the Use of Inverse Gas Chromatography.- Regulatory Mechanisms in Melanin Pigmentation: A BiomimeticApproach.- Iron-Sulfur Proteins: An Insight into Their Electronic Structure Through 1H NMR Spectroscopy.- Physical Chemistry of Photosynthesis.- MPhotochemical and Photocatalytic Properties of Iron-Tetraaryl-Porphyrins.- Synthesis of Isoxazole and Isoxazoline Derivatives of Retinoids: Effects on Growth and Differentiation of Tumor Cells.- Chiral Recognition and Discrimination: Stereoselective Effects in Reactions beetween Optically Active Species.- Dynamics of The Po32- Group in 5?-GMP. Infrared Time Correlation Function Dependence on Temperature.- New Approaches to The 5?-GMP Self-Association Process.- Spectroscopic Study of Oxotechnetium (V) Complexes with Thiominato Ligands in Solution.- Enantioselective Uptake and Metabolic Fate of D-Methionine in the Yeast Kluyveromices lactis.- Structural, Cellular and Pharmacological Implications of Neoplastic Cell Differentiation Induced by Ureido-Derivatives of Pyridine (Udps).- Thermodynamics of Chiral Recognition of Aromatic Amino Acids by Histamine-Functionalized-ss-Cyclodextrin Copper(II) Complex in Aqueous Solution.- Subject Indext.

ISBN: 9780792313939
ISBN-10: 0792313933
Series: Topics in Molecular Organization and Engineering
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 227
Published: 30th November 1991
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.16
Weight (kg): 1.16

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