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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Innovations in Chemical Biology [electronic resource] /|
|Subjects||Medicine. ; Bioorganic chemistry. ; Catalysis. ; Bioinformatics. ; Botany.|
|Collation||XLIV, 428 p. online resource.|
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Development of Chemistry in Asia with the Cooperation of European Countries -- Functional Peptidomics: Recent Developments and State of Art -- Structural Bioinformatics in the Discovery of Novel Drugs -- Chemical and Biological Studies with an Aconitum and a Delphinium Species -- Novel Bioactive Natural Products from Marine and Terrestrial Sources -- Bioactive Turkish Plant Extracts and Their Constituents -- Chamomile Biodiversity of the Essential Oil Qualitative-Quantitative Characteristics -- Recent Progress on Bioactivity Studies on Turkish Lycopodium clavatum L. -- Separation and Characterization of the Vanillin Compound from Soda Lignin -- Recent Development of Ring Closing Metathesis Approach to Bioactive Heterocycles: Synthesis of Nakadomarin A, Quinolines, and Indoles -- Effect of Molecular Structure on Polymorphic Nucleation of BPT Derivatives -- The Golden Ratio in the Creations of Nature Arises in the Architecture of Atoms and Ions -- Interaction of Thioamides, Selenoamides and Amides with Di-iodine: A Study of the Mechanism of Action of Anti-thyroid Drugs -- Catalytic Properties of Polyamido Dendrimers -- Swell Ratio Parameter for Prediction of Chemically Crosslinked Low Density Polyethylene Foam Expansion Characteristics -- Ruthenium Tris-bypyridine/Zeolite-Y/Titanium Dioxide Nano-Assembly: 'Ship-in-a-Bottle' Synthesis and Application in Heterogeneous Photodegradation of 2,4-xylidine -- Infrared Spectroelectrochemical Analysis of the Binuclear Rhenium Complex of the Form, [Re(CO)3Cl]2(tpbq) -- Microbial Synthesis of Poly (3-Hydroxybutyrate- co-4-Hydroxybutyrate) by Cupriavidus sp. USMAA1020 Isolated from Malaysian Environment -- Rust Phase Transformation in the Presence of Mangrove Tannins -- Treatment of Oil-Water Mixture Using Illite Clay Material -- Removal of Catechol and Resorcinol from Aqueous Solution by Adsorption onto High Area Activated Carbon Cloth -- Removal of Metobromuron Pesticide from Aqueous Solutions by Adsorption at High Area Activated Carbon Cloth -- Effects of Thermal Treatment and Storage on Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) Content and Diastase Activity of Honeys Collected from Middle Anatolia in Turkey -- The Degradation Kinetics of Phenol Solutions with Ozone -- Determination of Some Trace Metals in Edible Mushrooms Samples Using Atomic Absorption Spectrometry -- Sorption of Zn(II) and Pb(II) Ions by a New Resin Synthesized from Sumac Tannin and Gelatin -- In Quest of Friendly Free Radicals: Reactions of Iodine Atom Free Radicals with Some Biologically Important Compounds -- Adsorption of Cu (II) from Aqueous Solutions by Sumac (Rhus coriaria L.) Tannins -- Sorption of Pb(II) and Zn(II) Ions from Aqueous Solution by Tannin Resins -- Determination of Ibuprofen, Pseudoephedrine HCl, Chlorpheniramine Maleate and Nipagen by Liquid Chromatography and Fractional Factorial Design -- Comparison of Derivative Spectrophotometry and Partial Least Square (PLS-1) Calibration for the Determination of Caffeine in Energy Drinks -- Simultaneous Spectrophotometric Determination of Food Additives (Benzoic Acid, Caffeine, Aspartame and Acesulfame-K) in Cola Drinks by PLS Multivariate Calibration Method -- PLS-UV Spectrophotometric Method for the Simultaneous Determination of Ternary Mixture of Sweeteners (Aspartame, Acesulfame-K and Saccharin) in Commercial Products -- Factorial Design in the Optimization of Preconcentration Procedure for Aluminum Determination by AAS -- Oxidation of L-Ascorbic Acid in Copper(II) Ion - Catalyzed Polyvinylpyrrolidone Solutions -- A Potentiometric Investigation of Primary Amines in Non-aqueous Media -- Domino-Heck Type Reactions of N-Benzoyl-2-Azabicyclo [2.2.1]Hept-5-ene-3-one -- Synthesis of Different Epibatidine Analogues with Domino- and Reductive Heck Reactions -- Synthesis of 2,4-Disubstituted-3,4-Dihydro-2H- Naphth[2,1-e][1,3]Oxazines -- Chemical Constituents of Salvia frigida Boiss -- Protease Inhibition and Antioxidant Actions of Some Aqueous Allium Extracts -- Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Zn(II) Dimeric Phthalocyanines -- Synthesis and Characterization of N-[1,10-Phenanthroline]-N '-[(Benzo-15-Crown-5)yl] Thiourea and Its Complex with Copper(I) -- Synthesis and Characterization of New Type Soluble Porphyrazine Containing 1-Bromo-3-Methylbutan Group and Investigation of Its Complexes -- Synthesis and Characterization of New Type Soluble Porphyrazine Containing 3-Phenylpropyl Bromide Group and Investigation of Its Complexes -- Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Peripherally 3-Bromo-1-Phenyl-1-Propene Derivative of Porphyrazine -- Lacunarity Analysis of TEM Images of Heat-Treated Hybrid Organosilica Materials -- The Mechanical Properties of Water-Based Emulsion Polymers: Effect of Reaction Conditions -- Investigation of Spectrophotometrical and Fluorescent Behavior of 1,3-Diethyl-5-(Quinoline-2-Ylmethylene)-2-Thioxodihydropyrimidine-4,6(1H,5H)-Dione in Various Solvents. The growing role of chemistry, combined with the contribution of chemical and pharmaceutical industries to the science of mankind, are continuously advancing. The system for training researchers in the various areas of chemistry has maintained a largely traditional and single disciplinary focus, although many investigators have broadened their selection of research techniques to encompass organized and integrated programs. As a multidisciplinary, Chemical Biology is one of the fastest expanding areas of science during this century. The interdisciplinary study of molecules in living systems at a health science campus aids the integration of the traditional disciplines of chemistry and biology. This is achieved through understanding the molecular mechanisms of biological processes, which provides the opportunity to manipulate them in a defined and predictable way. Looking forward to the next century, we will witness many more remarkable achievements within Chemistry with its application to different fields, resulting in countless benefits to human health and standards of living. This book will be an excellent addition to the fields of Chemistry and Biology, in terms of both academic depth and scientific range. The focus of this book is on the chemical and molecular aspects of Chemical Biology. The interpretation of Chemistry in Biology is to some extent broader than what is commonly referred to as Chemical Biology, as it also includes topics associated with molecular biology, biochemistry, ecology, semiochemicals, and environmental and material sciences. Chemical biologists may be especially interested in chapters concerning analytical chemistry, biochemical technology, bioinformatics, catalysis and nanotechnology, carbohydrate chemistry, bioorganic and bioinorganic chemistry. The Eurasia Conference is a key component in realising the development and advancement of chemical sciences in Asia, in cooperation with European countries, as originally initiated by Prof. Dr. Hitoshi Ohtaki. In belonging to the 9th Eurasia Conference, this book encapsulates the progress being made in the field of Chemical Biology, and is therefore a fitting tribute to Prof. H. Ohtaki's memory.