Metals in Medicine
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1 Inorganic Chemistry Basics.
1.1 Crystal field theory.
1.2 Molecular orbital theory.
1.3 Absorption spectra of metal complexes.
1.4 Magnetic properties of metal complexes.
1.5 Reactions of metal complexes.
2 Metallo-Drugs and Their Action.
2.2 Proteins as targets for metallo-drugs.
2.3 DNA as a target for metallo-drugs.
2.4 Reaction of metal complexes in the biological milieu.
2.5 Evaluating the pharmacological effects of agents.
2.6 From discovery to the marketplace.
3.1 Physical and chemical properties of cisplatin.
3.2 Formulation, administration and pharmacokinetics.
3.3 Reaction of cisplatin in biological media.
3.4 Uptake, cytotoxicity and resistance.
3.5 Interaction of cisplatin with cellular targets.
4 Platinum Anticancer Drugs.
4.3 New platinum agents.
5 Ruthenium, Titanium and Gallium for Treating Cancer.
5.1 Ruthenium compounds for treating cancer.
5.2 Titanium compounds for treating cancer.
5.3 Gallium for treating cancer.
6 Gold Compounds for Treating Arthritis, Cancer and Other Diseases.
6.1 Chemistry of gold in biological media.
6.2 Gold compounds for treating arthritis.
6.3 Gold complexes for treating cancer.
6.4 Gold complexes for treating AIDS and other diseases.
7 Vanadium, Copper and Zinc in Medicine.
7.1 Vanadium for treating diabetes.
7.2 Role of copper and other metal ions in Alzheimer’s disease.
7.3 Copper in Wilson’s and Menkes diseases.
7.4 Zinc–bicyclam: a chemokine receptor antagonist.
8 Metal Complexes for Diagnosing Disease.
8.1 Technetium in diagnostic nuclear medicine.
8.2 Metal compounds as contrast agents for MRI.
8.3 Radionuclides for palliative care and cancer treatment.
9.1 Nanoscience for treating disease.
9.2 Nanomedicine in diagnosing disease.
9.3 Potential health risks of nanoparticles.