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Interactions of the metal ion with monosaccharides

Yassin Jeilani

Interactions of the metal ion with monosaccharides

by Yassin Jeilani

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in Hauppauge, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementYassin Jeilani, Beatriz H. Cardelino and Natarajan Ravi
ContributionsCardelino, Beatriz Hoffmann, Ravi, Natarajan
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQD412.F4 J45 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24383964M
ISBN 109781611223019
LC Control Number2010036146
OCLC/WorldCa664450698

Advances in Metal and Semiconductor Clusters, Volume 5: Metal Ion Solvation and Metal-Ligand Interactions [M.A. Duncan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In previous volumes in this series, Advances in Metal and Semiconductor Clusters, . Fifty-seven Fe Mössbauer spectroscopic and density functional theory (DFT) study on the interactions of the metal ion with monosaccharides Responsibility: Yassin Jeilani, Beatriz H. Cardelino and Natarajan Ravi.

  It was concluded that solvent-solute interactions are suppressed in the presence of metal ions. "Hydrophobic indices" calculated from the hydrophobic and hydrophilic surface areas of seven monosaccharides were calculated and found to correlate with the partition coefficients between polystyrene gel and water and with the free energy change for Pages:   With the latter, complexed copper(II) ions are reduced to copper(I) ions that form a brick-red precipitate [copper(I) oxide; Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\)]. Any carbohydrate capable of reducing either Tollens’ or Benedict’s reagents without first undergoing hydrolysis is said to be a reducing sugar.

  Metal ions and metal complexes have long been recognized as critically important components of nucleic acid chemistry, both in regulation of gene expression and as promising therapeutic agents. Understanding how metal complexes interact with DNA has become an active research area at the interface between chemistry, molecular biology and medicine.   To identify the physical and chemical properties of monosaccharides. Monosaccharides such as glucose and fructose are crystalline solids at room temperature, but they are quite soluble in water, each molecule having several OH groups that readily engage in hydrogen bonding.


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Interactions of the metal ion with monosaccharides by Yassin Jeilani Download PDF EPUB FB2

The formation of complexes by interaction of carbohydrates with metal ions has long been used as an analytical tool in separation methods such as chromatography (Weigel,; Ferrier, ) and Complexes of Monosaccharides with Metal Ions: Some Bioinorganic and Environmental Inorganic Chemistry Aspects | SpringerLinkCited by: 3.

Metal Ions in Biological Systems Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Volume 32 covers metal ion bonding to phosphate, sugar and nucleobase residues; the ambidentate as well as the stacking properties of nucleotides; kinetic aspects as well as properties of nucleobase and nucleotide analogs; and the oligonucleotides and nucleic acids.

Nucleic Acid-Metal Ion Interactions provides a comprehensive review of the experimental studies that define our current understanding of the subject, with a particular emphasis on biophysical studies. The book is not merely a current review of the literature, however, as the authors also present original material and fresh perspectives.4/5(1).

Without the metal adsorption the monosaccharides are localized on the centre of the flake. Once the metal is adsorbed we observe the symmetry breaking and distortion of the flake. The dissociation energies represent an interesting tendency upon metal adsorption allowing control of the interaction process by use of metal by: 1.

The cyclic sugars d-ribone-1,4-lactone (Riblac), d-galactone-1,4-lactone (Galac) and 2-deoxy-d-glucopyranose (dGlu) showed weak interactions with the metal ion and they are not able to hold the metal in solution above pH resulting in hydrolysis of the metal ion. Also, the acute treatment with sugar complexes of HGlu–VO led to a Cited by: Metal Enhanced Interactions of Graphene with Monosaccharides adsorption to graphene or carbon molecular surfaces after interaction by metal ions.

If these Without the metal adsorption the monosaccharides are localized on the centre of the flake. Once the metal is adsorbed we observe the symmetry breaking and. In the literature, some controversies regarding the inter- action of metal ions with monosaccharides can be found.

Tamura and Miyazaki [6], for instance, explored the interaction between copper(II) and glucosamine and concluded that a complex was by: The current quest to understand how nucleic acid functions at the most fundamental level requires that we have a detailed understanding of nucleic acid-metal ion interactions.

Because RNA and DNA are polyanions the structure and biological function of these biopolymers depends strongly on their association with metal ions. 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopic and Density Functional Theory (DFT) Study on the Interactions of the Metal Ion With Monosaccharides Yassin Jeilani, Beatriz Hoffmann Cardelino, Natarajan Ravi Published by Nova Science Publishers IncNew York ().

complexes with the metal ions present. It is one of the aims of this work to determine stability constants of metal ion/Tris 1: 1 complexes for the most commonly used metal ions and to give in this way a guide to possible M2+/Tris interactions in systems containing metal ions and Tris as by: Similarly, metal-carbohydrate interactions are also required for the catalytic activity of D-xylose isomerase [28,29].

Metal binding to neutral carbohydrate is usually very weak in aqueous solution since metal ions usually coordinate to water by:   It examines how metal ions and their compounds affect the pulmonary, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal (including liver), hematological, immune, and neurological systems, the kidney, skin and eyes, as well as human reproduction and development.

MILS-8 terminates with the role of metal ions as endocrine disrupters, in genotoxicity, and cancer risk.4/5(1). Content: Understanding combined effects for metal co-exposure in ecotoxicology -- Human risk assessment of heavy metals: principles and applications -- Mixtures and their risk assessment in toxicology -- Metal ions affecting the pulmonary and cardiovascular systems -- Metal ions affecting the gastrointestinal system including the liver -- Metal ions affecting the kidney -- Metal ions affecting.

Introduction. Metal ions have an important influence on the hydration of saccharides. The thermal stability of saccharides in organisms is predominantly mediated through the changes of saccharides in solvent or the alteration of water structure caused by metal ions.1, 2 The interaction between saccharides and electrolyte in aqueous solutions is important and has been closely looked at since Cited by: 1st Edition Published on February 5, by CRC Press Volume 32 covers metal ion bonding to phosphate, sugar and nucleobase residues; the ambidentate as well a Metal Ions in Biological Systems: Volume Interactions of Metal Ion.

Interactions between Metal Ions and Carbohydrates. Coordination Behavior of Neutral Erythritol to Ca(II) and Lanthanide Ions.

Inorganic Chemistry42 (19), DOI: /ic Susanne Striegler and, Michael Dittel. A Sugar Discriminating Binuclear Copper(II) by:   In general, the peptide bond is inherently resistant to hydrolysis, with a half-life of up to y at 37°C and y at 25°C, as determined by constructing pH-rate profiles with Gly-Val and Gly-Gly peptides studies, respectively, in uncatalyzed reactions at pH 7.

17,18 Metal ions can enhance the rate of peptide cleavage and catalyze. Interactions of metal ions with nucleotides and nucleic acids and their constituents Interactions of metal ions with nucleotides and nucleic acids and their constituents H.

Sigel, Chem. Soc. Rev.,22, For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books:Cited by: \(\pi\) bond. When the ligand atomic orbitals have \(\pi\) symmetry (i.e. with nodes) through the bond axis, the e g orbitals (d x 2-y 2) are non-bonding and the t 2g orbitals (d xy, d yz, d xz) have bonding interactions with them (Figure ).In halide ions, X- or aqua ligands, H 2 O, the \(\pi\) symmetrical p orbitals have lower energy than the metal t 2g orbitals and a bonding molecular.

Interplay between Metal Ions and Nucleic Acids provides in an authoritative and timely manner in 12 stimulating chapters, written by 24 internationally recognized experts from 8 nations, and supported by nearly references, about 20 tables, and illustrations, many in color, a most up-to-date view on metal ion-nucleic acid interactions; the characterization of which is covered in.

with monosaccharides because we expect that the DMF ligands will be readily displaced. Binding studies with cis-Ru(bpy) 2 (DMF) 2 2+ and simple monosaccharides indicate, however, that metal-sugar interactions are extremely weak.

In order to strengthen these interactions, a second compound, cis-Ru(bpy) 2 (MeOH) 2Author: Lindsay McDonald.Nucleic Acid-Metal Ion Interactions by Simon Campbell,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Nucleic Acid-Metal Ion Interactions: Simon Campbell: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.Many enzymes have metal ions at their active sites, and electrostatic interactions influence the selectivity for metal ion transport through cell membranes.

Metal ions (e.g., Mg+, Ca+) are deposited into the earth's atmosphere by meteor ablation, resulting in a rich variety of atmospheric chemistry. Similarly, metal ions (Mg+) have been observed in planetary atmospheres and in the impact of the Manufacturer: Elsevier Science.