Ibrahim Eryazici - Square-Planar Pd(II), Pt(II), and Au(III) Terpyridine Complexes: Their Syntheses, Physical Properties, Supramolecular Constructs, and Biomedical Activities

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      Publication Details (including relevant citation   information):

      Eryazici, I.; Moorefield, C. N.; Newkome, G.   R., Chemical Reviews,  2008, 108(6), 1834-1895.

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    Table of Contents

       
    • 1. Introduction  
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    • 2. Chemistry and Properties    
             
      •       2.1. Syntheses      
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      • 2.2. Characterization      
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      • 2.3. Single X-ray Crystal Structures and Their Molecular       Packing      
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      • 2.4. Dimerization and Its Constant (KD)      
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      • 2.5. Photophysical Properties      
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      • 2.6. Electrochemical Properties      
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      • 2.7. Fluxionality      
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    • 3. Applications of Mononuclear Terpyridine Complexes    
             
      •       3.1. Luminescent Pt−Terpyridine Complexes      
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      • 3.2. Molecular Stacking and Induced Self-Assembly      
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      • 3.3. Molecular Sensors and Switches      
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      • 3.4. Photocatalytic Activities      
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      • 3.5. Miscellaneous Applications      
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    • 4. Metallo-Supramolecular Terpyridine Architectures    
             
      •       4.1. Dyads and Triads      
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      • 4.2. Supramolecular Self-Assemblies      
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      • 4.3. Molecular Recognition by Host−Guest Interaction      
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      • 4.4. Multimetallic Peptide Scaffolds      
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    • 5. Biological Activities    
             
      •       5.1. DNA Intercalation        
                   
        •           5.1.1. UV−Vis Spectroscopic Analysis and Binding Modes          
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        • 5.1.2. Viscosity and Thermal Denaturation          
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        • 5.1.3. Induced Circular Dichroism          
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        • 5.1.4. Competitive Fluorescence Spectroscopy          
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        • 5.1.5. Closed Circular DNA          
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        • 5.1.6. Stereochemical Changes in DNA          
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        • 5.1.7. Site-Specific Intercalation          
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        • 5.1.8. Other Mononuclear Intercalators          
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        • 5.1.9. Multinuclear Intercalators          
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      • 5.2. Covalent Binding to Biomolecules      
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      • 5.3. Labeling Biomolecules      
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      • 5.4. Cytotoxicity        
                   
        •           5.4.1. Chemotherapeutic Agents          
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        • 5.4.2. Radiotherapeutic Agents          
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    • 6. Conclusion  

      Address (URL): http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/cr0781059