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Interplay between Metal Ions and Nucleic Acids

Series: Metal Ions in Life Sciences, Vol. 10

Sigel, Astrid, Sigel, Helmut, Sigel, Roland K. O. (Eds.)

2012, XXXIV, 354 p.

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From the reviews:

“Bioinorganic chemistry is an exciting branch of chemistry with applications in new materials (including sensors and tissues), health (diagnosis and therapy), energy supplies (generation and storage), biological function, evolution, and beyond. The Sigel volumes are always a reliable way of keeping abreast of this rapidly expanding field. This one is no exception. ... This book is a good read and all bioinorganic chemists might wish it was on their shelves—not only for research, but as a resource for undergraduate teaching” (Peter J. Sadler, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Vol. 51, 2012)

“‘Interplay between Metal Ions and Nucleic Acids’ … is for the entire community of researchers interested in metal-nucleic acid interactions. Its contents are highly topical, as they cover numerous relevant areas of a research that faces rapid growth. Reading this volume is a ‘must’ for scientists active in this field, and the editors should be congratulated on the fine selection of chapters and authors. … volume10 of MILS is among the very best books on this subject that have appeared in recent years!” (Bernhard Lippert, Inorganica Chimica Acta,Vol. 394, January, 2013)

"This book will be an excellent companion to postgraduate students and established researchers interested in the essential role that metal ions play in the structure and function of nucleic acids. In addition, this volume will be of interest to scientists working towards the use of nucleic acids for sensing and catalytic applications, as well as for the development of novel nanomaterials." (Ramon Vilar, Transition Metal Chemistry, Vol. 37, 2012)

 

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