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 yankee 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 task 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 --
strength 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 structures for macromolecules : methods for learning in vivo unencumber kinetics and designing consistent cost structures / 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 artificial polymers with mobilephone membranes and version membrane structures : 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 capability melanoma treatment : 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 free up 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 stories of the constitution of the divinyl ether-maleic anhydride cyclic alternating copolymer : a biologically energetic 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 response to 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 12 hrs. water (100 ml) was added to the reaction and the organic layer separated and dried over anhydrous MgS04 for 8 hrs. Removal of excess 1,2-dibromoethane i n vacuo yielded a light brown solid. 9%) mp 84-85°C ( l i t . 81-82°). 06. IR (KBr; cm" ): 1450, 1400, 1300, 1220 (ArOC), 1140 (COC), 1060 (ArOC). 7 (t, 2H, BrCj^); J = 6 Hz. 1 Vinyl Pentachlorophenyl Ether, (9). 1 mmol) was added dropwise to the solution. The mixture was refluxed for 30 minutes and water (100 ml) was added, and the solution was extracted with chloroform.
0 mmol) were mixed and dried i n vacuo. 7 mmol) i n chloroform (8 ml) was added dropwise at 20°C. After complete addition of the triethylamine, the mixture was refluxed for 16 hrs. 2 N^ HBr, three times with water and poured into ether to give a brown o i l which was isolated and refluxed for 5 hrs. with a 60:40 benzene/5N aqueous NaOH mixture (100 ml). The aqueous layer was separated and extracted with benzene. The extract was combined with the benzene from the mixture , washed twice with water, and dried over anhydrous MgS04.
EDZWALD, and M. J. MASLYN Clarkson College of Technology, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Potsdam, NY 13676 Polymeric poly (thiosemicarbazide complexes have been made and are being evaluated as algicides and molluscicides. This endeavor showed considerable promise i n the laboratory and slow release data for copper (II) indicate that reusable cartridge type copper (II) systems for schistosomaisis and algae control may be feasible. A number of poly (thiosemicarbazides) have been prepared which complex copper (II) so strongly that mineral acids and even ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid do not effectively remove the copper ion from the polymers (see Scheme 1)A.
Biological Activities of Polymers by Charles E. Jr. Carraher