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Ed. by Weigand, Wolfgang / Apfel, Ulf-Peter
Series:De Gruyter Textbook
- An up-to-date reference outlining the latest developments in this emerging area
- Bridges the gap between adjacent disciplines, such as molecular biology, organic chemistry and medicine
- Valuable for students and researchers in biochemistry
Aims and Scope
Bioorganometallic Chemistry is an excellent introduction to this transdisciplinary field which is straddled with biochemistry, medicine and organometallic chemistry. The book is a comprehensive review on the latest advances of this rapidly growing area, as well as historical background and future trends, revealing a tremendous potential of bioorganometallic compounds as novel drug candidates and diagnostic tools.
- 24.0 x 17.0 cm
- Approx. xx, 350 pages
- 100 Fig.
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