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Natural Sulfur Compounds

Novel Biochemical and Structural Aspects

  • Doriano Cavallini
  • Gerald E. Gaull
  • Vincenzo Zappia

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. A. Kjær, G. Grue-Sørensen, E. Kelstrup, J. Øgaard Madsen
    Pages 1-14
  3. Francesco Salvatore, Cinzia Traboni, Alfredo Colonna, Gennaro Ciliberto, Giovanni Paolella, Filiberto Cimino
    Pages 25-40
  4. Rita Mozzi, Vanna Andreoli, Giuseppe Porcellati
    Pages 41-54
  5. Adriana Oliva, Patrizia Galletti, Vincenzo Zappia, Woon Ki Paik, Sangduk Kim
    Pages 55-66
  6. John Giovanelli, S. Harvey Mudd, Anne H. Datko
    Pages 81-92
  7. Vincenzo Zappia, Maria Cartenì-Farina, Giovanna Cacciapuoti, Adriana Oliva, Agata Gambacorta
    Pages 133-148
  8. Giorgio Federici, Giorgio Ricci, Luigi Santoro, Antonio Antonucci, Doriano Cavallini
    Pages 187-194
  9. Yves Pierre, Claude Loriette, Fernande Chatagner
    Pages 195-200
  10. P. Kontro, S. S. Oja
    Pages 201-212
  11. C. J. G. van der Horst
    Pages 225-234
  12. Gerald E. Gaull, David K. Rassin
    Pages 235-243
  13. Michael H. Malloy, Gerald E. Gaull, William C. Heird, David K. Rassin
    Pages 245-252
  14. Francis C. G. Hoskin, Patrick K. Noonan
    Pages 253-263
  15. Salvatore Macaione, Rosa Maria Di Giorgio, Grazia De Luca, Giuseppe Nisticò
    Pages 265-276
  16. J. B. Lombardini
    Pages 295-306
  17. H. Pasantes-Morales, A. Gamboa
    Pages 307-318
  18. R. Scandurra, V. Consalvi, C. De Marco, L. Politi, D. Cavallini
    Pages 345-352
  19. Jerzy T. Wróbel, Halszka Bielawska, Agnieszka Iwanow, Joanna Ruszkowska
    Pages 353-360
  20. Jurg Luthy, Michael Benn
    Pages 381-389
  21. Kenneth K. Andersen, David T. Bernstein
    Pages 399-406
  22. Andrée Marquet, Adel Guirguis Salib, François Frappier, Georges Guillerm
    Pages 407-411
  23. Silvestro Duprè, Giuseppe Spoto, Rosa Marina Matarese, Mariella Orlando, Doriano Cavallini
    Pages 413-422
  24. J. Raulin, M. Launay, C. Loriette, D. Lapous, M. Bouchène
    Pages 435-442
  25. Kin-ya Kameda, Yasushi Abiko
    Pages 443-452
  26. B. Sörbo, U. Hannestad, P. Lundquist, J. Mårtensson, S. Öhman
    Pages 463-470
  27. C. Cannella, L. Pecci, F. Ascoli, M. Costa, B. Pensa, D. Cavallini
    Pages 471-481
  28. Rasul Abdolrasulnia, John L. Wood
    Pages 483-491
  29. D. Cavallini, G. Federici, S. Duprè, C. Cannella, R. Scandurra
    Pages 511-523
  30. Back Matter
    Pages 525-552

About this book

Introduction

The third International Meeting on "Low Molecular Weight Sulfur Containing Natural Products,"sponsored by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, was held in the historical building of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, Italy, June 18-21, 1979. The symposium was held in order to exchange knowledge in the intriguing and complex field of sulfur biochemistry. This theme brought together scientists from many speciali­ zed areas from organic and physical chemistry to biology and medicine. The interdisciplinary nature of the meeting gave to the participants the opportunity to discuss pro­ blems of common interest approached from different scienti­ fic standpoints. This volume contains 47 contributions presented at the meeting which mainly deal with new structural and metabolic aspects of sulfur biochemistry. An important aspect of such a scientific meeting is the rapid publication of the proceedings. Through the cooperation of the authors in providing "camera ready" copies of their manuscripts, the good efforts of the Orga­ nizing Committee, and the Plenum Press Publishing Co., it has been possible to publish this book within a few months of the meeting.

Keywords

Calcium Glutamat Glutamin Oxidation amino acid biochemistry biology catalysis chemistry metabolism methylation natural product nucleic acid protein synthesis

Editors and affiliations

  • Doriano Cavallini
    • 1
  • Gerald E. Gaull
    • 2
  • Vincenzo Zappia
    • 3
  1. 1.University of RomeRomeItaly
  2. 2.Institute for Basic Research in Mental RetardationStaten IslandUSA
  3. 3.University of NaplesNaplesItaly

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