The review series Topics in Biological Inorganic Chemistry (TBIC) is desigend to promote the advancement of bioinorganic chemistry by presenting overviews of areas where new insights are of interest to a larger scientific audience are emerging. Such insights into the role of metals in biological systems have far-reaching consequences, not only for our understanding of biological science, but also for that of related of related disciplines, ranging from molecular medicine to the environment. The reader gains a comprehensive summary and critical overview of a topic of high current interest. The scope of coverage of TBIC includes the structure, chemistry and role of metal complexes of biomolecules and of metal ions and inorganic species in biological systems.
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