Bioinorganic Aspects of Lanthanide(III) Coordination Chemistry: Modelling the Use of Lanthanides(III) as Probes at Calcium(II) Binding Sites
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There has been widespread use of Ln(III) ions as probes of Ca(II) sites in biomolecules. A bioinorganic approach into the problem of the isomorphous substitution of Ca(II) by Ln(III) in biological systems is discussed.
KeywordsCarboxylate Group Trivalent Lanthanide Select Bond Distance Bioinorganic Chemistry Primary Amide
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