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Vitamin B12: chemical modifications

Chem. Soc. Rev., 2013, 42,6605-6619 DOI: 10.1039/C3CS60062A, Tutorial Review Keith o Proinsias, Maciej Giedyk, Dorota Gryko Institute of Organic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kasprzaka 44/52, 01-224 Warsaw, Poland E-mail: dorota.gryko@icho.edu.pl Lord Alexander B. Todd wrote: “Vitamin B12turned out to be a substance … Continue reading

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240 boron atoms in a single molecular species

The cuboctahedron consists of copper paddle-wheel nodes and carborane–isophthalic acids Scientists in the US have made a molecular species containing the highest number of boron atoms ever recorded in a crystallographically characterised molecular species. The unique supramolecular cuboctahedron contains 240 boron … Continue reading

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Magnetism of single molecule controlled by voltage

The molecule of about 2 nm in size is kept stable between two metal electrodes for several days. Image: Christian Grupe/KIT A team of physicists has succeeded in performing an extraordinary experiment: They demonstrated how magnetism that generally manifests itself … Continue reading

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Even bacteria use social networks

  This model shows the role of vesicles, vesicle chains and membrane tubes in M. xanthus biofilms. The scientists believe these connections help cells exchange signals and material. Image: Auer laboratory Using several imaging techniques, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientists … Continue reading

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Drug Design:Discovery, Development and Delivery

allow slideshare to load……………….   Drug Design:Discovery, Development and Delivery from Dr. Basavaraj Nanjwade Share this:

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Nanotechnology Breakthrough May Improve Drug Delivery

The structure of a single water molecule imprisoned inside a fullerene C60 at equilibrium (left), and projection trajectories of the encapsulated H2O molecule (mass center) within one period for steady-state transport of H2O@C60 under an electric intensity of 0.05 V/Å(right). … Continue reading

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