9780841274464

Vanadium: The Versatile Metal

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  • ISBN13:

    9780841274464

  • ISBN10:

    0841274460

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2007-08-30
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society

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Summary

The chemistry of vanadium has expanded considerably in the last decade. The element is a main consitutent and focus of research on orally administered anti-diabetes therapies, catalysts for bulk preparation of organic feedstock, and primary metallic component of certain haloperoxidases and tunicate blood cells. No less important is vanadium's function in human, animal and plant nutrition, as aw contaminant of coal and petroleum, and as an often toxic pollutant in air, soil and water. This book describes several recent developments in experimental techniques for studying vanadium, new vanadium compounds and new advances in fundamental inorganic, organic and biochemical studies of vanadium, and includes applications to the enzymology, toxicology and anitcarcinogenic and insulin-enhancing abilities of vanadium compounds.

Table of Contents

Preface: Recent Advances in Vanadium Science
Vanadium Catalysis Of Synthesis: Organic Compounds And Polymers
Synthetic Transformations via Vanadium-Induced Redox Reactions
Vanadium Catalyzed Oxidation in Ionic Liquids
The Synthesis of Functionalized Tetrahydrofurans via Vanadium(V)-Catalyzed Oxidation of Alkenols
Vanadium Catalyzed Alkane Functionalization: Reactions under Mild Conditions
Biomimetic Vanadium Complexes and Oxo Transfer Catalysis
Coordination Chemistry and Applications of Vanadium Alkoxides in Catalysis
Insulin Enhancing Agents: Compound Design and Mechanism Of Action
Enhancement of Insulin Action by Bis(acetylacetonato)oxovanadium(IV) Occurs through Uncompetitive Inhibition of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase-1B
Comparing Administration Route in Rats with Streptozocin-Induced Diabetesand Inhibition of Myoblast Growth of Vanadium [V(III), V(IV) and V(V)] Dipicolinic Acid Complexes
Structure?Activity Relationship and Molecular Action Mechanism in the Family of Antidiabetic Bis(picolinato)oxovanadium(IV) Complex
Do Vanadium Compounds Drive Reorganization of the Plasma Membrane and Activation of Insulin Receptors with Lipid Rafts?
Haloperoxidases: Mechanism and Model Studies
Structural Studies of Vanadium Haloperoxidases - Insight into Halide Specificity, Stability and Enzyme Mechanism
Understanding the Mechanism of Vanadium Dependent Haloperoxidases and Related Biomimetic Catalysis
Model Studies of Vanadium Dependent Haloperoxidation: Structural and Functional Lessons
V Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy of Vanadium Haloperoxidases and Bioinorganic Haloperoxidase Mimics
Enzymology, Toxicology and Transport
Vanadium and Bone: Relevance of Vanadium Compounds in Bone Cells
Toxicity of Vanadium Compounds: Pulmonary and Immune System Targets
: Biological Effects of Vanadium in the Lung
Biological Effects of Decavanadate: Muscle Contraction, in vivo Oxidative Stress and Mitochondrial Toxicity
Genes and Proteins Involved in Vanadium Accumulation by Ascidians
Towards the Biological Reduction Mechanism of Vanadyl Ion in the Blood Cells of Vanadium-Sequestering TunicatesPatrick Frank
Chemical and Biochemical Insights on Preventing Cancer with Vanadium and Selenium
Coordination Chemistry: Speciation and Structure
Speciation of Peroxovanadium(V) Complexes Studied by First-Principles Molecular Dynamics S
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