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  • Ghabbour Elham A.; Davies Geoffrey (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2001)
  • Nordberg Monica; Nordberg Gunnar F. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2009)
    The history on research of metallothionein is reviewed. Various methods for isolation, characterization, and quantification are evaluated. The role of metallothionein in metal metabolism and toxicity is explained. Gender ...
  • Krutler Bernhard (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2009)
    When coenzyme B12 was identified as organometallic derivative of vitamin B12, metalcarbon bonds were revealed to be relevant in life processes. Vitamin B12, the antipernicious anaemia factor required for human health, was ...
  • Thayer John S. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2010)
    Organo compounds form an integral part of the environmental cycles of metals and metalloids. For phosphorus, selenium, and possibly arsenic, they are biochemical necessities. For others, they create enhanced mobility and ...
  • Karsa D. R.; Ashworth D. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2002)
  • Auffinger Pascal; Grover Neena; Westhof Eric (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2011)
    RNA crystal structures have provided a wealth of information on localized metal ions that are bound to specific sites, such as the RNA deep groove, the Hoogsteen face of guanine nucleotides and anionic phosphate oxygens. ...
  • Williams N. R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 1986)
  • Altenburger Rolf (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2011)
    Organisms in the environment experience exposure to mixtures of metals as a rule rather than an exception. Observational as well as experimental evidence shows that such coexposure may give rise to combined effects that ...
  • Adams D. M.; Ebsworth E. A. V. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 1980)
  • Allen D. W.; Tebby J. C. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2001)
  • Ferrier R. J. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2002)
  • Fernandes Rhea (Leatherhead PublishingRoyal Society of Chemistry, 2009)
  • Karsa D. R.; Ashworth D.; Sundblad Per; Scott Ruarri (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2002)
  • Ghabbour Elham A.; Davies Geoffrey (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2001)
  • Hidalgo Juan; Chung Roger; Penkowa Milena; Vak Milan (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2009)
    In 1957, Margoshes and Vallee reported on the isolation of a protein from horse kidney, which showed a high affinity for cadmium, and soon thereafter the protein was named metallothionein MT by the leading scientists Kgi ...
  • SosaTorres Martha E.; Kroneck Peter M. H. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2009)
    Since the early discovery of Prussian Blue, cyano transition metal complexes have played a fundamental role in coordination chemistry. They represent important compounds with fascinating chemical and physical properties ...
  • Wallschlger Dirk; Feldmann Jrg (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2010)
    Among all environmentallyrelevant trace elements, selenium has one of the most diverse organic chemistries. It is also one of the few trace elements that may biomagnify in food chains under certain conditions. Yet, the ...
  • Suga Hiroaki; Futai Kazuki; Jin Koichiro (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2011)
    The means of in vitro selection has yielded a number of artificial ribozymes with functions that have not been discovered as yet in modern biological systems. Like naturally occurring ribozymes, most artificial ribozymes ...
  • Williams N. R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 1986)
  • Pohl Hana R.; Roney Nickolette; Abadin Henry G. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2011)
    Several individual metals including aluminum, arsenic, cadmium, lead, manganese, and mercury were demonstrated to affect the neurological system. Metals are ubiquitous in the environment. Environmental and occupational ...