Porphyrin Courses

A porphyrin is “any of a group of compounds containing the porphin structure of four pyrrole rings connected by methine bridges in a cyclic configuration, to which a variety of side chains are attached; usually metalled, e.g., with iron to form heme.”
Definition from Academic Press Dictionary of Science Technology
The Porphyrin Page, a site designed to provide some basic information on porphyrins and related.
Heme and Iron Metabolism, official mirror from NetBiochem, right here in Porphynet.
BIOINORGANIC INTERACTIVE MOLECULES: SPECIALTY LIGANDS
Heme and Porphyrin Biosynthesis
Hemoglobin and Myoglobin pages (you need the Chemscape Chime plug-in).
Hemoglobin for Modern/Cell Biology
Hemoglobin and the Heme Group: Metal Complexes in the Blood for Oxygen Transport (you need Chime and QuickTime plug-ins)
Texaphyrins: Sessler publications
Hemoglobin: Red and Ready from Chemical Biology Lectures packages
(Botany online) Heme and Chlorophyll Biosynthetic Pathways
(Botany online) Basic Metabolism - Biosyntheses - Porphyrins
(Botany online) Index (P)
Chemical Biology Lecture Package Series (Hemoglobin)
Ligands, Porphyrins, Poisons, and Molecular Modeling
Molecular Orbitals of Zn(II) Porphyrins
The 3-Dimensional Structure of Non-Planar Porphyrins
Particule confinée dans une boite bidimensionnelle carrée
Ce modèle de particule confinée sur une surface décrit approximativement (mais de façon satisfaisante) les électrons des porphyrines métalliques, telles que l'hémoglobine ou la chlorophylle.
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