Metal Ions in Life Sciences Set: Volumes 7, 8, 9 - Metal Ions in Life Sciences (Hardback)
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Organometallics in Environment and Toxicology Volume 7 This volume, closely related to MILS-6, deals mainly with metal(loid)-alkyl derivatives but also with the rarer aryl compounds. Many of these (commonly toxic) compounds are formed in the environment by microorganisms, but some anthropogenic input occurs as well. MILS-7, with more than 2500 references, 35 tables, and nearly 50 illustrations, is of special relevance for researchers in analytical and bioinorganic chemistry, enzymology, environmental chemistry, physiology, toxicology, and related medical fields. Metal Ions in Toxicology: Volume 8 MILS-8 deals with the risk assessment of toxic metal ions and their interdependencies focusing on humans and their organs; thus it carries on the topic of MILS-7 that centered on the environment. This book is of special relevance for researchers in toxicology, enzymology, health and safety institutions, those dealing with industrial safety regulations, and also for analytical, bioinorganic, and environmental chemists. Structural and Catalytic Roles of Metal Ions in RNA Volume 9 The discovery of ribozymes triggered a huge interest in the chemistry and biology of RNAs. Much of the recently made progress focusing on metal ions is addressed in MILS-9 ...it provides a most up-to-date view and is thus of special relevance for colleagues teaching biological inorganic chemistry and researchers dealing, e.g., with nucleic acids, gene expression, and enzymology, but also for those in analytical and bioinorganic chemistry or biophysics.
Royal Society of Chemistry
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