1st Edition

Tin as a Vital Nutrient
Implications in Cancer Prophylaxis and other Physiological Processes

Edited By

Nate F. Cardarelli




ISBN 9780367235727
Published August 27, 2019 by CRC Press
329 Pages

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Book Description

First published in 1986. Taken from the Tin and Cell Malignancy Symposium, this volume will help others to appreciate the interdisciplinary nature of this field.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

Nate F. Cardarelli

2. Considering Tin as a Vital Nutrient

Nate F. Cardarelli

3. Tin and Cancer: a Review

Nate F. Cardarelli

4. Tin and Lymphatic System: Experimental Studies

Nate F. Cardarelli

5. Experimental Studies of Tin in the Mouse

Nate F. Cardarelli

6. Aspects of Xenobiotic Tin Distribution in Rodent Tissue

Robert F. Peterson and Nate F. Cardarelli

7. Tin, Tumors, and Thymus Gland

Larry Sherman

8. The Effects of Tin Compound on Cell Growth and Development

John S. Thayer, Robert B. Jonas, and J. J. Cooney

9. The Effects of Metallic Tin and Inorganic Tin on Plasma Cells

Seymour Levine

10. The Thymus Gland

Nate F. Cardarelli

11. Thymic Hormones

Nate F. Cardarelli

12. Synthesis of Trichloro-(Methylamino)-bis-(Methyl-Amine) Tin (IV). Methylamine Hydrochloride

Raja Hussein Abu-Samn

13. Antitumor Active Organotin Compounds

Marcel Gielen

14. Are there Relationships between Structure and Antileukemia P-388 Activity of Di- and Triorganotin Derivatives of Amino Acids and Some Other Biologically Relevant Compounds?

Friedo Huber and Renato Barbieri

15. Synthesis of Tin Steroids and the Relation between Structure and Anticancer Activity

Sebastian Kanakkanatt

16. Tin Steroids

Nate F. Cardarelli

17. Suppression of Mammary Adenocarcinoma in A/KI Mice Through the Oral Administration of Tin Steroids

Nate F. Cardarelli

18. Organotin Insect Antifeedants: an Overview

K. R. S. Ascher

19. Toxicity and Chosen Behavioral and Physiological Effects of Some Tin Steroid Compounds on Selected Insect Species

R. N. Sharma, Vrushma Tare, and S. B. Bhonde

20. The Antimicrobial Activity of Selected Organotin Steroids

Glenn R. Runciman and Laval Yau

21. Tin and the Aging Process

Nate F. Cardarelli

22. The Molecular Nature of Tin in Cellular Media: an Abstract

Fred E. Brinckman

23. The Toxicology and Biological Properties of Organotin Compounds

W. Norman Aldridge

24. Towards a New Theory of Anticogenesis

Nate F. Cardarelli

25. Organotin Chemistry: a Brief Primer with Comments on Organometallic Chemotherapy

Jerry J. Zuckerman

26. Conclusion

Nate F. Cardarelli

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Biography

Professor Nate Cardarelli teaches in the Community and technical College, University of Akron.