Metallointercalators

Synthesis and Techniques to Probe Their Interactions with Biomolecules

  • Janice Aldrich-Wright

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxviii
  2. Marcelis van Holst, Maxine P. Grant, Janice Aldrich-Wright
    Pages 1-25
  3. Nikita Orkey, Paul Wormell, Janice Aldrich-Wright
    Pages 27-67
  4. Anwen M. Krause-Heuer, Madhura Manohar, K. Benjamin Garbutcheon-Singh, Dianne M. Fisher, Janice Aldrich-Wright
    Pages 69-100
  5. Benjamin W. J. Harper, Marcelis van Holst, Janice Aldrich-Wright
    Pages 101-128
  6. Allan M. Torres, William S. Price
    Pages 129-141
  7. Damian P. Buck, J. Grant Collins
    Pages 143-157
  8. Gang Zheng, Anwen M. Krause-Heuer, William S. Price
    Pages 159-185
  9. Thitima Urathamakul, Jihan Talib, Jennifer L. Beck, Stephen F. Ralph
    Pages 187-213
  10. Anya Salih, Paul Wormell, K. Benjamin Garbutcheon-Singh, Benjamin Harper, Simon Myers, David Geny et al.
    Pages 235-272
  11. Elise P. Wright, Victoria Lyons, Shaoyu Wang, Vincent J. Higgins
    Pages 325-359
  12. Renate Grünert, Aron Westendorf, Magdalena Buczkowska, Mareike Hänsch, Sybil Grüunert, Patrick J. Bednarski
    Pages 361-372
  13. Albert Bolhuis, Adair D. Richards
    Pages 373-388
  14. Johnny Moretto, Bruno Chauffert, Florence Bouyer
    Pages 389-416
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 417-427

About this book

Introduction

A comprehensive treatment of the characterisation techniques used in investigating inorganic and organic molecules that interact with biomolecules is presented to the reader in a clear fashion. The work consists of two parts: (i) synthetic aspects of metallointercalators along with targeting and improving transport and (ii) the various techniques that are used for probing their interactions, such as; DNA-NMR, PGSE-NMR, DNA ESI-MS, Linear and Circular Dichroism, Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Confocal Microscopy, Viscosity, TGA and dialysis, Microarrays, biological analysis. Chapters are devoted to the synthesis and the techniques used to study the interactions of inorganic complexes with biomolecules. Considerably detailed examples are used to help illustrate the application of these techniques. This book is a useful resource for an array of inorganic and organic advanced undergraduate and graduate courses and for researchers in drug discovery.

Keywords

Biomolecular drug design Inorganic Chemistry Metallointercalator probe techniques Metallointercalator synthesis Metallointercalators Physical Chemistry

Editors and affiliations

  • Janice Aldrich-Wright
    • 1
  1. 1.School of Biomedical & Health SciencesUniversity of Western SydneyPenrith South DCAustralia

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-211-99079-7
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag/Wien 2011
  • Publisher Name Springer, Vienna
  • eBook Packages Chemistry and Materials Science
  • Print ISBN 978-3-211-09427-3
  • Online ISBN 978-3-211-99079-7
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