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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Another optional oligopeptide is conjugated to manganese metalloporphyrin and belongs to novel class of mitochondria-targeted SOD mimics named Mn-porphyrin-oligopeptide conjugates [61].
Metalloporphyrins are a kind of molecule comprising a central metal atom bound to several nitrogen-containing rings; hemoglobin, for instance, is a metalloporphyrin with iron as the central atom.
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.
From these data, it is unclear whether the primary effect of metalloporphyrin therapy is decreased bilirubin formation or increased photosensitivity of bilirubin resulting in increased excretion.
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 group's primary focus is research into the chemical effects of ultrasound, as well as metalloporphyrin chemistry and a spin-off project aimed at developing an electronic nose sensor.
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.