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_ Conference Call | Reports from recent conferences and symposia  See _ Bioinorganic Chemistry by Stephen J. Lippard The Santa María Workshop , organized by the University of Havana and the Cuban Chemical Society, took place 7–11 July 2003 in Havana, Cuba. This event takes place every year, during the first half of July. In the even years it is devoted to supramolecular chemistry and during the odd ones to bioinorganic chemistry. Prof. Roberto Cao, chairman of the workshop, and his laboratory of bioinorganic chemistry

Rev Inorg Chem 31 (2011): 83–108 © 2011 by Walter de Gruyter • Berlin • Boston. DOI 10.1515/REVIC.2011.003 (Guanidine)copper complexes: structural variety and application in bioinorganic chemistry and catalysis Olga Bienemann, Alexander Hoffmann and Sonja Herres-Pawlis * Anorganische Chemie II , Technische Universit ä t Dortmund, Otto-Hahn-Stra ß e 6, D-44227 Dortmund , Germany * Corresponding author e-mail: Abstract In this paper, guanidine copper compounds are reviewed with an emphasis on structural

ausschöpfen wollen, wird Gerhard Gökes Monographie von großem Nutzen sein. Gert Klöss, Leipzig Structure and Bonding, Vol. 72, Bioinorganic Chemistry (Subtitle), Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 1990. 58 Abbildungen, 14 Tabellen, 230 Seiten, (ISBN 3-540-51574-7) DM 148.-. This volume is the 72nd in the series, which was started in 1966 by Springer. Each volume since then has presented three to nine reviews each on topics in the corresponding field, and this volume continues that tradition with four substantial articles, which constitute the four chapters: Two major ones

Pure &App/. Chem., Vol. 69, No. 6, pp. 1251-1303, 1997. Printed in Great Britain. Q 1997 IUPAC INTERNATIONAL UNION OF PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY INORGANIC CHEMISTRY DIVISION WORKING PARTY ON IUPAC GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED IN BIOINORGANIC CHEMISTRY * GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED IN BIOINORGANIC CHEMISTRY (IUPAC Recommendations 1997) Prepared for publication by M. W. G. DE BOLSTER Vakgroep Organische en Anorganische Chemie, Faculteit der Scheikunde, Vrije Universiteit, De Boelelaan 1083, 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands *Membership of the Working Party

BioInorg React Mech., Vol. 7(1-4): 3–4, 2011 • Copyright © by Walter de Gruyter • Berlin • Boston. DOI 10.1515/BIRM.2011.004 Editorial New era of reaction mechanisms in inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry The transformation of matter through chemical reactions is behind almost every process on Earth and beyond. Chemical reactions enable existence of versatile life forms, energy trans- fer, and creation of new molecules/materials and are the focus of chemistry as a scientifi c discipline. The central question in chemistry is: what is the pathway through

Deterministic Chaos will be adapted to the fundamental education of physics students, the book of H. G. Schuster will become an often used textbook. A quotation from Physics Bulletin aptly judges the quality of this book: "The text sets a standard which other authors and publishers in physics should strive to meet". U. Bahr, Dresden Bioinorganic Chemistry: Inorganic Elements in the Chem- istry of Life. An Introduction and Guide. By W. Kaim and B. Schwederski. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Chichester, Eng- land 1994. Published within the Inorganic Chemistry Text- book Series. 401

The XXV. International Conference on Coordination & Bioinorganic Chemistry (XXV. ICCBiC) was held from May 31st to June 5th 2015 in the Smolenice Castle, Slovakia. The conference was organized by the Slovak Chemical Society, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, and the Alexander Dubček University in Trenčín. The conference has celebrated a jubilee – 50 years of its vital existence and influence especially on the community of coordination chemists. This year, 76 scientists from abroad and 43 scientists from Slovakia participated in the conference

Pure & App!. Chem., Vol. 59, No. 6, pp. 771—778, 1987. Printed in Great Britain. © 1987 IUPAC Metal sequestering agents in bioinorganic chemistry: enterobactin mediated iron transport in E. coil and biomimetic applications Kenneth N. Raymond*, Marion E. Cass, and Steven L. Evans Department of Chemistry, The University of California, Berkeley, CA 9720 Abstract — Iron transport into the cells of microbes is mediated by low— molecular—weight sequestering agents (siderophores) which are powerful and highly specific sequestering agents for Fe(III). The current status