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Bautista, "A novel ruthenium(II) arene based intercalator with potent anticancer activity," Dalton Transactions, vol.
Arene oxides are of significant toxicological concern because these intermediates are chemically reactive.
The [H.sub.8]L-ester, which is modified from calix[8] arene, is more flexible than both the calix[4]arene and calix[6]arene derivatives; however, it did not show a good extraction capability for [Co.sup.2+], [Ni.sup.2+], [Zn.sup.2+], and [Ag.sup.+], as shown in Figure 11.
Marini et al., "Binding of mismatch repair protein MutS to mispaired DNA adducts of intercalating ruthenium(II) arene complexes," Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
Summary: This study comprises the synthesis of new calix [4] arene thioether derivative (3), its corresponding oligomer (5) and copolymers (6), which are a selective extractant for toxic metal cations and anions and liquid-liquid and solid-liquid extractions of these compounds.
Therrien, "Cellular delivery of pyrenyl-arene ruthenium complexes by a water-soluble arene ruthenium metalla-cage," Dalton Transactions, vol.
Our group has attempted the syntheses of NHC molecules with arene substituents including fluorine and oxygen-containing groups.
Ooi, "Intercalation of bulk guest into LDH via osmotic swelling restoration reaction control of the arrangements of thiacalix [4] arene anion intercalates," Chemistry of Materials, vol.
Alberto Arene, president of CEPA, said they are awaiting the results of a study conducted by a Japanese cooperation in order to make a decision.