By Lomova, Gennady Zaikov
The publication is dedicated to kinetics and thermodynamics of the strategies with participation of a few organic compounds and their artificial analogues. features in their performing as version enzymes, molecular receptors, photograph sensitizers, pharmocophores, and biopharmaceutical compounds are into consideration. Quantitative features of move of cations, anions and small natural molecules, fermentative catalysis, diffusion of the drug molecular via organic membranes are came upon. Mechanisms of the approaches are mentioned. organic task of studied compounds is evaluated. Bio-damages of fabrics in addition to adhesions of microorganisms on fabrics floor are investigated.
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