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The book is structured in sixteen chapters covering specific topics, each chapter being written by leading scientists in the field. Specific chapters are devoted to cyclodextrins, calixarenes and cucurbiturils as most frequently used receptors, including applications such as drug delivery and protection, gene transfer and others. As the large number of published scientific papers illustrates, the supramolecular complexes as gels may be used in different biomedical applications. The topics included synthetic allosteric complexes, polyamines, complexes with nucleotides and nucleic acids, with peptides, as well as artificial esterases and nucleases.

Supramolecular Systems for Biomedical

Benjamin Garbutcheon-Singh, Neville S. Sensing of bioactive inorganic ions and organic substrates is the focus of several contributions, as well as interactions with proteins and nucleic acids. Developmental efforts have seen active cytotoxic platinum complexes with structures derived beyond initial assumptions through a diversity of ligand substitution and multinuclear linkages.

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Supramolecular Systems for Biomedical Fields provides in sixteen chapters a comprehensive overview of these applications. The authors reveal that one of the biggest challenge in constitutional dynamic chemistry is still the discovery of new reversible reaction types. About this book Non-covalent interactions, which are the heart of supramolecular chemistry are also the basis of most important functions of living systems.

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