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The porphyrin handbook - Kadish K.M.

Kadish K.M. The porphyrin handbook - Academic press, 2000. - 368 p.
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clays, binding of tetraca-tionic porphyrins into, 98 Multichromophore
complexes, 3 Mulliporphyrin assemblies, noncovalent, 1-41 catenanes, 32-
34 with hydrogen bonds. -1-7 metal-ligand bonds, 7-3 1 multichromophore
complexes, 3 rotaxanes. 31-32, 34-40 with salt bridge, 4, 7
Milltiporphyriii systems covalently linked, 326 328 self-assembling, 328-
336 Myoglobin, energy transfer models, 323 325
N
Naphlhachlorins. as photosensitizers, 174,
176
Naphthalocvanines, as photosensitizers.
211-212,223 Natural reaction center (RC), 2-3. 9-10. 62 "A'-
Confused" porphyrins, 198 Necrosis, of tumors. 159-160 Nickel,
porphyrinic sensors for, 236-239. 254-255
Nickel(ll), porphyrinic sensors for, 236-239, 254-255
Nickel( 11) octaethylporphyrin. dimer, 118 Nickel(Il) tetrakis(3-
inethoxy-4-hydroxy-plienvl(porphyrin, 232-236 Nitric oxide
as cardiovascular regulator, 240-241 catheter-protected sensors, 245-
246
344
Index
Nitric oxide, continued cell culture sensors, 246 electrochemical
measurements of, 241-243 in the heart, 249-250 in humans, 250 in immune
system, 241 in the lung, 248 in nervous system, 241 porphyrin sensors,
243-245 signaling, 240
single-cell sensors, 245, 246-248 in vitro measurement, 248-250 Nitric
oxide sensors, 243-250 Nitric oxide synthase (NOS), 240 Nitrite-selective
sensors, 253 Noncovalent interaction, donor-acceptor pairing, 312-313
Noncovalent multiporphyrin assemblies, 1^41 Nonlinear optical (NLO)
materials, 44, 53-62 Nontransition metal metalloporphyrin catalysts, 133-
134 addition polymerization of unsaturated monomers, 145-146 axial
coordination, 146-147 immortal polymerization, 149-152 ligand-exchange
activity, 149-152 ring-opening polymerization of heterocyclic monomers,
134-145 stereochemistry, 152-153 steric hindrance for acceleration, 147-
149 structure-reactivity relationships, 146 NOS, See Nitric oxide
synthase Nucleoside adducts, of porphyrins and chlorins, 206,218

meio-Octaalkylporphyrinogens, 257 Octaalkylporphyrins, 177 me.vo-Oc
tabenzy leal ix[4] pyrrole, 263 fS-Octabromo-/weso-octamethylcalix[4]pyr-
role, 265
Octabromotetraphenylporphyrin, 62 me.?o-Octachloroalkylcalix[4]pyrrole,
258 Octaethylbacteriochlorin, 184 Octaethylbenzochlorin
copper lminiuin salt of, 209 preparation of, 174 mfio-
Octaethylcalix[4]pyrrole, 259 Octaethylporphyrinone, reaction of organo-
lithiums with, 194 Octahydroxyporphyrins, supramolecular networks based
on, 84 |3-Octamethoxy-/"e,vo-tetraspirocyclohexyl-calix[4]pyrrole, 264
meso-Octamethylcalixpyrrole, 258, 259, 262 meso-Octamethylporphyrinogen,
257 mrao-Octamethylpyrrole, 259 Octasubstituted porphyrins, 44, 46, 47
Oligoporphyrins, 284-285 Optical limiting properties, porphyrins, 61-62
Optical susceptibility, 53-54 Optoelectronics, porphyrins for, 54-72
Orangarin, structural formula, 211 Organic molecular sensors, 124-127
Organoaluminum compounds, as Lewis-acid accelerators, 149 Organoboron
compounds, as Lewis-acid accelerators, 149 Organocobalt porphyrins, 153-
154
Oxybenziporphyrins, cyclized, 207 Oxygen sensors, porphyrin-based, 114-
117, 120, 121 Oxypyriporphyrin, 207 I3-Oxypyropheophorbide, 207
Ozaphyrin, structural formula, 211
P
Palladium, porphyrins coordinated to, 23-26 PDT, See Photodynamic therapy
-Pentadecylphenyl porphyrin, 48 Pentaphyrin, structural formula, 211 5-
Phenalkoxy-10,15,20-tritolylporphyrin, 50 Phenylboronic acids, 281
5,-Phenyl-n-dodecyloxy-10,15,20-tritolylporphyrin, 50
1,4-Phenylene-bridged porphyrin arrays, 70 Phosphorescence, quenching,
114-115 Photodynamic therapy (PDT), 158, 224-225 history, 158-159
photofrin, 159, 161, 162,223 photosensitizers, 160-224 Photofrin, 159
advantages and limitations, 161, 223 chemical complexity, 162
components, 161 mode of action, 198 preparation, 198, 200 structure, 200-
201 Photosensitizers
bacteriochlorin-based, 182-184 barbituric acid functionalized
porphyrins and chlorins, 206, 217 cationic, 209-21 1,221,222 chlorin-
based, 164-170 chlorin dimers, 201-204, 205 clinical trials of, 214, 216-
218, 220, 224 endogenous porphyrins from ALA, 208-209
expanded porphyrins, 204-205, 211 glycosylated porphyrins and
chlorins, 205-206,213-215 isomeric porphyrins, 196-198 lipophilicity,
166-167 napthochlorins, 174, 176 naphthalocyanines, 211-212, 223
nucleoside adducts of porphyrins and chlorins, 206, 218 phthalocyanines,
211-212, 223 porphyrin-based, 161-164 porphyrin dimers, 198-201
porphyrins with six-membered rings, 207, 218, 219 requirements for, 160-
161 synthetic bacteriochlorins, 184-196 synthetic chlorins, 170-182
theory of, 159-160 Photosynthesis, artificial, 63-65
natural reaction center (RC), 2-3, 9-10, 62 Phthalocyanines
cationic, 209-211, 222 as photosensitizers, 211-212, 223 Picket-fence
porphyrins, 164, 282 "Picnic basket" porphyrins, 121 Pincer-type
complexes, 25, 26 Polarizability, 54 Polyfluorobiphenyls, 271 Poly(I -
glutamic acid), chiral recognition, 300 Polymeric membrane sensors, 253
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