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Bioorganic Chemistry : a Chemical Approach to Enzyme Action

Author: Hermann Dugas
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 1996.
Series: Springer advanced texts in chemistry.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Third editionView all editions and formats
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The goal of bioorganic chemistry is to mimic biological processes such as enzyme action, through the synthesis of chemical models with the tools of the organic chemist. This widely-praised textbook is especially suited for the advanced undergraduate or graduate student in chemistry, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, and pharmacology. The third edition has been substantially revised to reflect new research in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hermann Dugas
ISBN: 9781461224266 1461224268
OCLC Number: 853260774
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 700 pages 115 illustrations, 6 illustrations in color.).
Contents: 1 Introduction to Bioorganic Chemistry --
1.1 Basic Considerations --
1.2 Proximity Effects in Organic Chemistry --
1.3 Molecular Adaptation --
1.4 Molecular Recognition and the Supramolecular Level --
2 Bioorganic Chemistry of Amino Acids and Polypeptides --
2.1 Chemistry of the Living Cells --
2.2 Analogy Between Organic Reactions and Biochemical Transformations --
2.3 Chemistry of the Peptide Bond --
2.4 Nonribosomal Peptide Bond Formation --
2.5 Asymmetric Synthesis of?-Amino Acids --
2.6 Asymmetric Synthesis with Chiral Organometallic Catalysts --
2.7 Transition State Analogs --
2.8 Antibodies as Enzymes --
2.9 Chemical Mutations --
2.10 Molecular Recognition and Drug Design --
3 Bioorganic Chemistry of the Phosphate Groups and Polynucleotides --
3.1 Basic Considerations --
3.2 Energy Storage --
3.3 Hydrolytic Pathways and Pseudorotation --
3.4 DNA Intercalants --
4 Enzyme Chemistry --
4.1 Introduction to Catalysis --
4.2 Introduction to Enzymes --
4.3 Multifunctional Catalysis and Simple Models --
4.4?-Chymotrypsin --
4.5 Other Hydrolytic Enzymes --
4.6 Stereoelectronic Control in Hydrolytic Reactions --
4.7 Immobilized Enzymes and Enzyme Technology --
4.8 Enzymes in Synthetic Organic Chemistry --
4.9 Enzyme-Analog-Built Polymers --
4.10 Design of Molecular Clefts --
5 Enzyme Models --
5.1 Host-Guest Complexation Chemistry --
5.2 New Developments in Crown Ether Chemistry --
5.3 Membrane Chemistry and Micelles --
5.4 Polymers --
5.5 Cyclodextrins --
5.6 Enzyme Design Using Steroid Template --
5.7 Remote Functionalization Reactions --
5.8 Biomimetic Polyene Cyclizations --
6 Metal Ions --
6.1 Metal Ions in Proteins and Biological Molecules --
6.2 Carboxypeptidase A and the Role of Zinc --
6.3 Hydrolysis of Amino Acid Esters and Amides and Peptides --
6.4 Iron and Oxygen Transport --
6.5 Copper Ion --
6.6 Biomodels of Photosynthesis and Energy Transfer --
6.7 Cobalt and Vitamin B12 Action --
7 Coenzyme Chemistry --
7.1 Oxidoreduction --
7.2 Pyridoxal Phosphate --
7.3 Suicide Enzyme Inactivators and Affinity Labels --
7.4 Thiamine Pyrophosphate --
7.5 Biotin --
8 Molecular Devices --
8.1 Introduction to Self-Organization and Self-Assembly --
8.2 General Overview of the Approach --
8.3 Specific Examples --
References.
Series Title: Springer advanced texts in chemistry.
Responsibility: by Hermann Dugas.
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