Biochemistry for materials science [electronic resource] : catalysts, complexes and proteins / Akio Makishima
- Makishima, Akio
- Amsterdam, Netherlands ; Cambridge, MA : Elsevier, 
- Physical Description:
- xxviii, 301 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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- Part 1. The author's choice of 2016-2017. 1. The author's choice of 2016-2017 -- Part 2. Fundamental knowledges and techniques in biochemistry. 2. Fundamental knowledges and techniques in biochemistry -- Part 3. Biochemistry related materials and topics. 3. New abiological metalloenzymes ; [M]-porphyrin IX-proteins ; 4. Developments of new biochemical methods ; 5. Topics of bioluminescence and chemoluminescence ; 6. New antibiotic and antivirus agents, and knowledges ; 7. Chirality in space and brains ; 8. Bacteria related materials and topics ; 9. Plants related materials and topics ; 10. Animals related materials and topics ; 11. Proteins and enzymes related topics -- Part 4. Life-sciences related materials and topics. 12. Pain related materials and topics ; 13. Disease related topics and materials ; 14. Therapy related topics ; 15. Drugs and drug related topics ; 16. Detoxification of toxic gases of VX and sarin ; 17. Decomposing explosives and reduction of perchlorate and nitrate ; 18. Teeth and bone related topics and materials ; 19. Flu virus and chemicals detectors, and diagnostics ; 20. Nanomachines related topics ; 21. Click chemistry related topics ; 22. Fluorine related topics -- Part 5. Environmental sciences, origin and evolution of life-related molecules and water on other planets, moons and dwarf planets. 23. Topics of environmental sciences ; 24. Origin and evolution of life-related molecules ; 25. Water on other planets and dwarf planets.
- Biochemistry for Materials Science: Catalysis, Complexes and Proteins unlocks recent developments in the field of biochemistry through a series of case studies, enabling materials scientists to harness these advances for innovation in their own field, from the design of bio-inspired materials, to the use of new classes of catalyst. The book is broken up into six independent parts that include an introduction to seven recent discoveries, a discussion of the fundamental knowledge and techniques of biochemistry, a look at a number of biochemical materials, and an exploration of the areas of life science, organic chemistry and inorganic-related materials. The book concludes with a discussion of cosmochemistry.--
- 0128170549 paperback
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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