Metallo-Drugs: Development and Action of Anticancer Agents
Ed. by Sigel, Astrid / Sigel, Helmut / Freisinger, Eva / Sigel, Roland K.O.
With contrib. by Riddell, Imogen / Lippard, Stephen J. / Brabec, Victor / Kasparkova, Jana / Menon, Vijay / Farrell, Nicholas P. / Venkatesh, V. / Sadler, Peter J. / Gorle, Anil K. / Peterson, Erica J. / Berners-Price, Susan / Alessio, Enzo / Messori, Luigi / Babak, Maria V. / Ang, Wee Han / Casini, Angela / Sun, Raymond Wai-Yin / Ott, Ingo / Tshuva, Edit / Miller, Maya / Crans, Debbie / Yan, Lining / Haase, Allison / Yang, Xiaogai / Chitambar, Christopher / Cardo, Lucia / Hannon, Michael John / Vilar, Ramon / Sullivan, Matthew P. / Holtkamp, Hannah U. / Hartinger, Christian G. / Schatzschneider, Ulrich / Thévenod, Frank / Denoyer, Delphine / Clatworthy, Sharnel A. S. / Cater, Michael / Ziliotto, Silvia / Ogle, Olivia / Taylor, Kathryn M.
Series:Metal Ions in Life Sciences 18
- Creating a unique snapshot of current understanding on Metallo-drugs.
- Providing a view on how knowledge is guiding new metallo-drug design.
Aims and Scope
Cisplatin has been saving lives for over 40 years, yet our understanding of its molecular-level action in cells, and the biochemical consequences, continues to deepen. Modern biological research techniques afford new mechanistic knowledge and cover also other metal-based drugs (Ru, Au, Ti, V, Ga); here is the focus of this latest volume of the prestigious Metal Ions in Life Sciences series.