metalloporphyrin


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metalloporphyrin

[mə‚tal·ō′pȯr·fə·rən]
(biochemistry)
A compound, such as heme, consisting of a porphyrin combined with a metal such as iron, copper, silver, zinc, or magnesium.
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Temporal and spatial profiles of cell loss after spinal cord injury: Reduction by a metalloporphyrin.
Some aspects of organometallic chemistry in metalloporphyrin chemistry: synthesis, chemical reactivity, and electrochemical behavior of porphyrins with metal-carbon bonds.
A myriad of agents and strategies have been employed to prevent or minimise bleomycin toxicity including plant phenolics (13), protein thioredoxin (14), taurine and niacin (15), metalloporphyrin (n16), pen-toxifylline (17), ibuprofen (17) and steroids (19).
The study, entitled, "Long Term Administration of a Small Molecular Weight Catalytic Metalloporphyrin Antioxidant AEOL 10150 Protects Lungs from Radiation-Induced Injury," provided data derived from subcutaneous administration of AEOL 10150 in an animal model of radiation-induced pulmonary injury.
The structure of a metalloporphyrin consists of large rings with loosely held electrons arranged around a metal ion in the center.
Currently, he also has active research programs in the areas of novel non-separation immunoassay methods, immobilized metalloporphyrin phases for liquid chromatography, and the development and characterization of novel nitric oxide-releasing polymeric materials for biomedical applications.
The influence of axial ligands on metalloporphyrin visible absorption spectra.
COPOLYMERIZATION OF METHYL METHACRYLATE AND VINYLPYRINE WITH METALLOPORPHYRIN, Kahn C.
The studies, entitled, "A Lipophilic Metalloporphyrin Catalytic Antioxidant Ameliorates MPTP Neurotoxicity" and "Attentuation of MPTP Neurotoxicity by a Lipophilic Metalloporphyrin Catalytic Antioxidant," provide initial data derived from subcutaneous administration of AEOL 11207 in a scientifically accepted animal model of Parkinson's disease, known as the mouse MPTP model of Parkinsonism.
ZnPP and other metalloporphyrin (MP) analogs of heme can play a prominent role in the catabolism of heme by membrane-bound HO in conjunction with cytochrome P450 reductase, NADPH, and [O.
Discrimination between glucose-1-phosphate and glucose-6-phosphate with a boronic acid appended metalloporphyrin.