Metal Ions in Biological Systems

Metal Ions in Biological Systems

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qVolume 35 covers the biological cycling of iron in oceans; the transport of iron in microorganisms, fungi, and plants; the roles and properties of siderophores; the regulation of iron transport and uptake in animals, plants, and microorganisms, and more. q4.4.1.2) was found to undergo ligand exchange with EDTA by a consecutive two- step reaction mechanism in which both Fe sites are kinetically equivalent and the release of the first Fe occurs at a slightly faster rate than the second [178].

Title:Metal Ions in Biological Systems
Author:Astrid Sigel, Helmut Sigel
Publisher:CRC Press - 1998-01-09


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