Biological Activities of Polymers by Charles E. Jr. Carraher

By Charles E. Jr. Carraher

In accordance with a symposium backed through the department of natural Coatings and Plastics Chemistry on the 181st assembly of the yank Chemical Society, Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 30-31, 1981.

content material: views in bioactive polymers / Charles G. Gebelein and Charles E. Carraher, Jr. --
organic actions of metal-containing polymers / Charles E. Carraher, Jr., David J. Giron, Delie Roselyn Cerutis, Wayne R. Burt, R.S. Venkatachalam, Timothy J. Gehrke, Shuzo Tsuji, and Howard S. Blaxall --
Biocidal job of organotin polymers in wooden / Deborah M. Andersen, J.A. Mendoza, B.K. Garg, and R.V. Subramanian --
Polymer-bound fungicides for paints / Charles U. Pittman, Jr., Kevin R. attorney, and K.S. Ramachandran --
Poly(thiosemicarbazide) copper(II) complexes as strength algicides and molluscicides / L.G. Donaruma, S. Kitoh, J.V. Depinto, J.K. Edzwald, and M.J. Maslyn --
capability polymeric herbicides derived from poly(vinyl alcohol) : amendment of polymers / Charles G. Gebelein --
In vivo experiences on drug-polymer sustained-release structures / James M. Anderson --
Polymeric supply platforms for macromolecules : methods for learning in vivo free up kinetics and designing consistent expense platforms / Robert Langer, Dean S.T. Hsieh, and Larry Brown --
layout of polymeric iron chelators for treating iron overload in Cooley's anemia / Anthony Winston, James Rosthauser, David reasonable, Jamshed Bapasola, and Weerasak Lerdthusnee --
Structural and practical interrelationships of anterior pituitary hormones / J. Ramachandran --
Covalent binding of trypsin to hydrogels / William H. Daly and F. Shih --
Chitin-protein complexes : ordered biopolymer composites / John Blackwell, Louis T. Germinario, and Mark A. Weih --
interplay of man-made polymers with mobile membranes and version membrane platforms : pyran copolymer / Lalat okay. Marwaha and David A. Tirrell --
Thermodynamic characterization of proflavine binding to DNA / Yoshihiro Baba, Charles L. Beatty, and Akihiro Kagemoto --
Polymers for power melanoma remedy : a quick assessment / Charles G. Gebelein --
The antitumor and antiviral results of polycarboxylic acid polymers / Raphael M. Ottenbrite --
Polymeric derivatives in accordance with cis-diamminedichloroplatinum(II) as antineoplastic brokers / Charles E. Carraher, Jr., William J. Scott, Isabel Lopez, Delie Roselyn Cerutis, Tushar Manek, and David J. Giron --
managed liberate of anticancer brokers which are complexes of cis-diamminedichloroplatinum(II) and [alpha]-hydroxyquinones / Seymour Yolles, Rosette M. Roat, Mario F. Sartori, and Catharine L. Washburne --
¹³C NMR experiences of the constitution of the divinyl ether-maleic anhydride cyclic alternating copolymer : a biologically lively agent / Walter J. Freeman and David S. Breslow --
interplay of methotrexate (polylysine) with rat liver tumor cells / John M. Whiteley and John H. Galivan --
proof of cooperativity and allosterism within the binding of assorted antibiotics and cancer causing agents to DNA / L.S. Rosenberg, M.S. Balakrishnan, D.E. Graves, K.R. Lee, S.A. Winkle, and T.R. Krugh.
summary: in accordance with a symposium subsidized by way of the department of natural Coatings and Plastics Chemistry on the 181st assembly of the yankee Chemical Society, Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 30-31, 1981

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After cooling to room temperature, 2-chloroethanol (12 g, 150 mmol) was added to the solution over 5 hrs. The mixture was stirred for 49 hrs. at 20°C and a precipitate was f i l t e r e d . ether 50/20/30. 5 g (70%). mp 84-85°C ( l i t . 83-84°). A pure sample was prepared by chromatography on an alumina column using chloroform as the eluent. 66. IR (KBr; cm-1): 3400 ()H), 1310 (CO alcohol), 1260 (COC), 1110 (CO alcohol), 1070 (COC). 9 (q, 1H, a r y l ) , American Chemical Society Library 16th St.

ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1982. 3. ANDERSEN ET AL. Organotin Polymers in Wood 31 methacrylate, 50/50 weight percent t r i b u t y l t i n methacrylate/ methyl methacrylate with and without a cross linking agent, and t r i b u t y l t i n methacrylate diluted with mineral s p i r i t s were used as impregnating monomers. Benzoyl peroxide was used as the i n i tiator, and a l l of the monomers were cured i n the wood. This method resulted i n high retentions of polymer.

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