Chemical Processes with Participation of Biological and Related Compounds
Biophysical and Chemical Aspects of Porphyrins, Pigments, Drugs, Biodegradable Polymers and Nanofibers
The book is devoted to kinetics and thermodynamics of the processes with participation of some biological compounds and their synthetic analogues. Aspects of their acting as model enzymes, molecular receptors, photo sensitizers, pharmocophores, and biopharmaceutical compounds are under consideration. Quantitative characteristics of transfer of cations, anions and small organic molecules, fermentative catalysis, diffusion of the drug molecular through biological membranes are found. Mechanisms of the processes are discussed. Biological activity of studied compounds is evaluated. Bio-damages of materials as well as adhesions of microorganisms on materials surface are investigated.
Table of Contents
Preface, Foreword, Chapter 1: Synthetic and Natural Bacteriochlorins: Synthesis, Properties and Applications, Chapter 2: meso-Phenylporphyrins as Synthetic Models of Natural Porphyrins: Synthesis and Modification, Chapter 3: The Mechanism of Catalytic Action of the Coordination Centres of Catalase Synthetic Models, Chapter 4: Complexation of Porphyrins with Ions and Organic Molecules, Chapter 5: Chemical Activation of Porphyrins in Coordination Core Reactions, Chapter 6: Synthesis, Structure Peculiarities and Biological Properties of Macroheterocyclic Compounds, Chapter 7: The Photochemical Aspect of Reactions of Flavonols with Molecular Oxygen, Chapter 8: Solvation of Drugs as a Key for Understanding Partitioning and Passive Transport Exemplified by NSAIDs, Chapter 9: Biodamage of Materials: Adhesion of Microorganisms on the Surface of Materials, Chapter 10: Controlled Release of Aseptic Drug from Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) Films: A Combination of Diffusion and Zero-order Kinetics, Chapter 11: Transport of Water as a Structurally Sensitive Process Characterizing the Morphology of Biodegradable Polymer Systems, Chapter 12: A Novel Technique for Measurement of Electrospun Nanofiber, Chapter 13: Image Analysis of Pore Size Distribution in Electrospun Nanofiber Webs: New Trends and Developments, Chapter 14: Electrospun Biodegradable and Biocompatible Natural Nanofibers: A Detailed Review
Lomova\, ; Zaikov\, Gennady