Janet R. Morrow (Associate Editor)
In this ACS Select Virtual Issue, we feature the research of 17 emerging investigators in the field of bioinorganic chemistry (who have received their Ph.D. since 2004) and have published their work in Inorganic Chemistry, Journal of the American Chemical Society, ACS Chemical Biology, orACS Chemical Neuroscience, mostly in 2014 or 2015 (http://pubs.acs.org/page/vi/bioinorganic-chemistry.html). The work of these investigators is representative of the truly broad nature of bioinorganic chemistry and is at the forefront of the development of new inorganic complexes for diagnostics and medicine and of tools for chemical biology and in the characterization of metalloproteins, enzymes, and their model complexes. Notably, their chemistry features both biologically essential elements (manganese, iron, copper, nickel, and zinc) and elements that are used for medicinal or diagnostic purposes (lanthanide, ruthenium, palladium, and platinum).
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