NOC:Inorganic Chemistry of Life: Principles and Perspectives


Lecture 1 - Overview of inorganic chemistry of life


Lecture 2 - Elements in biology and or life


Lecture 3 - Selection and criteria for elements


Lecture 4 - Biomolecules


Lecture 5 - Coordination in enzymes


Lecture 6 - Amino acids, peptides and proteins - An introduction


Lecture 7 - Nucleoside, nucleotide and nucleic acids and DNA: An introduction


Lecture 8 - General introduction of metalloproteins


Lecture 9 - Coordination chemistry aspects - An introduction


Lecture 10 - Stability and lability


Lecture 11 - Techniques used inorganic chemistry life


Lecture 12 - Techniques used inorganic chemistry life (Continued...)


Lecture 13 - Techniques used inorganic chemistry life (Continued...)


Lecture 14 - Techniques used inorganic chemistry life (Continued...)


Lecture 15 - Recap on metalloenzymes


Lecture 16 - Role of Alkali, Alkaline earth elements in life


Lecture 17 - Role of Alkali, Alkaline earth elements in life (Continued...)


Lecture 18 - Role of Alkali, Alkaline earth elements in life (Continued...) Ion transport and ionophores


Lecture 19 - Role of Alkali, Alkaline earth elements in life (Continued...) Ion transport and ionophores


Lecture 20 - Functioning of ATPases and nucleases [Na,K]ATPase


Lecture 21 - Role of vanadium in life - General perspectives


Lecture 22 - Role of vanadium in life - Haloperoxidases


Lecture 23 - Enzymes based on manganese in life


Lecture 24 - Role of Iron in life - General perspectives


Lecture 25 - Role of Iron in life - Transport systems


Lecture 26 - Role of Iron in life - Transport and Storage systems


Lecture 27 - Role of Iron in life - Electron transfer


Lecture 28 - Role of Iron in life - Perspectives of electron transfer proteins


Lecture 29 - Role of Iron in life - Monooxygenases: Cytochrome P450


Lecture 30 - Role of Iron in life - Mono-and di-oxygenases


Lecture 31 - Role of Iron in life - Reductases


Lecture 32 - Role of Iron in life - Reductases and Phosphatases


Lecture 33 - Role of Iron in life - Reductases and Phosphatases (Continued...)


Lecture 34 - Role of Cobalt in life


Lecture 35 - Role of Nickel in life - General perspectives


Lecture 36 - Role of Nickel in life - Hydrolase, hydrogenase and SOD


Lecture 37 - Role of Nickel in life - Carbonmonoxide dehydrogenase (CODH)


Lecture 38 - Role of Copper in life - General perspectives


Lecture 39 - Role of Copper in life - Type I and Type 2 copper enzymes


Lecture 40 - Role of Copper in life - Multicenter copper oxidases and SOD


Lecture 41 - Role of Zinc in life - General perspectives including oxidoreductases and hydrolases


Lecture 42 - Role of Zinc in life - Carbonic anhydrase and carboxypeptidase


Lecture 43 - Role of Zinc in life - Transferases, ligages and isomerases


Lecture 44 - Role of Molybdenum in life - Introductory aspects


Lecture 45 - Role of Molybdenum in life - Nitrogenase


Lecture 46 - Role of Molybdenum in life - Oxidoreductases


Lecture 47 - Role of Mercury in the environment - Mercury reductase


Lecture 48 - Role of Selenium in life - Glutathione perioxidase


Lecture 49 - Inorganics in medicine - Introductory aspects and cis-platin


Lecture 50 - Inorganics in medicine - Apoptosis


Lecture 51 - Inorganics in medicine - PDT, MRI and Barium tests


Lecture 52 - Inorganics in medicine - Titanium in biomedical


Lecture 53 - Highlights of the course - Part I


Lecture 54 - Highlights of the course - Part II


Lecture 55 - Highlights of the course - Part III


Lecture 56 - Highlights of the course - Part IV


Lecture 57 - Tutorials - Part I


Lecture 58 - Tutorials - Part II


Lecture 59 - Tutorials - Part III


Lecture 60 - Tutorials - Part IV and overall