Outline of Bioinorganic Chemistry. Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals Chapter 3 Metalloproteins and Metalloenzymes Chapter 4 Bioinorganic Chemistry of Nonmetallic Inorganic Compounds Chapter 5 The Frontiers of Bioinorganic
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals
Chapter 3 Metalloproteins and Metalloenzymes
Chapter 4 Bioinorganic Chemistry of Nonmetallic
Chapter 5 The Frontiers of Bioinorganic
1. What is Bioinorganic Chemistry?
2. Inorganic Elements in Biological Systems
3. Biological Ligands (Biologically Important Compounds)
4. Experimental Methods (Physicochemical Methods and Biological Methods)
1.1.1 Bioinorganic Chemistry is a leading discipline at the interface of chemistry and biology
Molecule, Cell, and Humanity
elements small molecules amino acids,
nucleotides,carbohydrates, fatty acids
protein(enzymes), lipids, poly-carbohydrates
(metalloenzymes), other macromolecules
procaryocyte, eucaryocyte bacteria,
microorganisms, plants, animals, humanity
The first symposium on bioinorganic chemistry was initiated by inorganic chemists in 1970
The first book called “ Bioinorganic Chemistry” was written by 45 authors and published in 1973
Inorganic Biochemistry: An Introduction
James A. Cowan
The Ohio State University 1993, 1997
Principles of Bioinorganic Chemistry
Stephen J. Lippard
Maqssachusett Institute of Technology
Jeremy M. Berg
John Hopkins School of Medicine
Na, K, Cl, Mg, etc.
Zn, I, Si, etc.
Native, Modification, Mimesis