Description:Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 17): Sir Rudolph Pete...

Description:Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 17): Sir Rudolph PetersChapter 2 Chemical Characteristics of the Carbon?Fluorine Bond (pages 932): B. C. SaundersChapter 3 The Physical Properties of the Carbon?Fluorine Bond (pages 3354): A. G. SharpeChapter 4 Some Metabolic Aspects of Fluoroacetate Especially Related to Fluorocitrate (pages 5576): Sir Rudolph PetersChapter 5 Effect of Fluoro Compounds on Metabolic Control in Brain Mitochondria (pages 7793): E. Martin GalChapter 6 Fluorine as a Substituent for Oxygen in Biological Systems: Examples in Mammalian Membrane Transport and Glycosidase Action (pages 95123): J. E. G. BarnettChapter 7 The Nucleotides of Fluorinated Pyrimidines and Their Biological Activities (pages 125140): Charles EidelbergerChapter 8 Fluoroamino Acids and Protein Synthesis (pages 141167): L. FowdenChapter 9 Synthesis and Reactivity of Fluorocarbohydrates (pages 169213): P. W. KentChapter 10 The Metabolism and Enzymology of Fluorocarbohydrates and Related Compounds (pages 214238): N. F. TaylorChapter 11 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Macromolecules with Fluorine Nuclei as Probes (pages 239279): Raymond A. DwekChapter 12 Chemistry of Fluorosteroids and Their Hormonal Properties (pages 281301): A. WettsteinChapter 13 Biochemical Effects of Fluoroacetate Poisoning in Rat Liver (pages 303333): P. Buffa, V. Guarriera?Bobyleva and I. Pasquali?RonchettiChapter 14 The Use of Microorganisms in the Study of Fluorinated Compounds (pages 335356): Peter GoldmanChapter 15 Clinical and Pathological Effects of Fluoride Toxicity in Animals (pages 357388): James L. ShupeChapter 16 Chairman’s Concluding Remarks (page 189): Sir Rudolph Peters



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