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  1. Content type: Commentary

    Molecular biology is an established interdisciplinary field within biology that deals fundamentally with the function of any nucleic acid in the cellular context. The molecular biology section in Chemistry Centra...

    Authors: Paul Wrede

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:25

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  2. Content type: Research article

    The anticancer properties of cisplatin and palladium(II) complexes stem from the ability of the cis-MCl2 fragment to bind to DNA bases. However, cisplatin also interacts with non-cancer cells, mainly through bond...

    Authors: Pradip Kumar Ghosh, Sushanta Saha and Ambikesh Mahapatra

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:23

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    In recent years scientists have been trying both to increase the efficiency of solar cells, whilst at the same time reducing dimensions and costs. Increases in efficiency have been brought about by implanting ...

    Authors: Majid Vaezzadeh, Mohammad Reza Saeedi, Tirdad Barghi and Mohammad Reza Sadeghi

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:22

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    The prediction of ligand binding or protein structure requires very accurate force field potentials – even small errors in force field potentials can make a 'wrong' structure (from the billions possible) more ...

    Authors: Alexei V Finkelstein

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:21

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    The crystal structure of 2,2-trimethylenedioxy-4,4,6,6-tetrachlorocyclo triphosphazene has been determined at 120, 274 and 293 K. The result at 293 K confirms the room temperature Cmc21 structure, but at the lowe...

    Authors: Simon J Coles, David B Davies, Michael B Hursthouse, Susanne L Huth, Adem Kılıç, Mark E Light, Marianne Odlyha, John S Rutherford, Robert A Shaw and Aylin Uslu

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:20

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    Recently synthesized novel oligosaccharides have been produced primarily by hydrolases and glycosyltransferases, while phosphorylases have also been subject of few studies. Indeed, phosphorylases are expected ...

    Authors: Natsuko Takahashi, Eri Fukushi, Shuichi Onodera, Noureddine Benkeblia, Tomoyuki Nishimoto, Jun Kawabata and Norio Shiomi

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:18

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  7. Content type: Commentary

    White biotechnology is a fast emerging area that concerns itself with the use of biotechnological approaches in the production of bulk and fine chemicals, biofuels, and agricultural products. It is a truly mul...

    Authors: Munishwar N Gupta and Smita Raghava

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:17

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  8. Content type: Research article

    The relation betweeen the structure of discotic molecules and columnar properties, a crucial point for the realization of new advanced materials, is still largely unknown. A paradigmatic case is that hexa-alky...

    Authors: Silvia Orlandi, Luca Muccioli, Matteo Ricci, Roberto Berardi and Claudio Zannoni

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:15

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  9. Content type: Research article

    The characterization of three types of Marche (Italy) honeys (Acacia, Multifloral, Honeydew) was carried out on the basis of the their quality parameters (pH, sugar content, humidity) and mineral content (Na, ...

    Authors: Marcelo Enrique Conti, Jorge Stripeikis, Luigi Campanella, Domenico Cucina and Mabel Beatriz Tudino

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:14

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  10. Content type: Preliminary communication

    Propolis is widely used in apitherapy, preparations, and food and beverage additives. Various extraction techniques were applied in the extraction of the biologically active constituents of poplar type propoli...

    Authors: Boryana Trusheva, Dorina Trunkova and Vassya Bankova

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:13

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  11. Content type: Research article

    Olfactory receptors work at the interface between the chemical world of volatile molecules and the perception of scent in the brain. Their main purpose is to translate chemical space into information that can ...

    Authors: Michael Schmuker, Marien de Bruyne, Melanie Hähnel and Gisbert Schneider

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:11

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  12. Content type: Research article

    Use of enzymes in low water media is now widely used for synthesis and kinetic resolution of organic compounds. The frequently used enzyme form is the freeze-dried powders. It has been shown earlier that remov...

    Authors: Abir B Majumder, Shweta Shah and Munishwar N Gupta

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:10

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  13. Content type: Research article

    A lot of effort has been focused on the integration of nanorods/nanowire as building blocks into three-dimensional (3D) complex superstructures. But, the development of simple and effective methods for creatin...

    Authors: Zhengcui Wu, Kuai Yu, Yaobin Huang, Cheng Pan and Yi Xie

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:8

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  14. Content type: Research article

    Identification and evaluation of surface binding-pockets and occluded cavities are initial steps in protein structure-based drug design. Characterizing the active site's shape as well as the distribution of su...

    Authors: Martin Weisel, Ewgenij Proschak and Gisbert Schneider

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:7

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  15. Content type: Commentary

    It is always promising and enticing to start a new editorial task in the scientific arena and the launch of the Chemistry Central Journal is no exception. The different thematic sections making up this journal...

    Authors: Eduardo A Castro

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:6

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  16. Content type: Commentary

    Chemical Biology is a relatively new field, and as such is not yet simply or succinctly defined. It includes such a wide range of fundamental problems that this commentary could only include just a few snapsho...

    Authors: Elizabeth L Ostler

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:5

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  17. Content type: Commentary

    Scientific data are being generated and shared at ever-increasing rates. Two new mechanisms for doing this have developed: open access publishing and open source research. We discuss both, with recent examples...

    Authors: Matthew H Todd

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:3

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  18. Content type: Commentary

    Chemistry Central is a new open access website for chemists publishing peer-reviewed research in chemistry from a range of open access journals. A new addition, Chemistry Central Journal, will cover all of che...

    Authors: Chris Swain

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2007 1:2

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