Bioorganic chemistry - a scientific endeavour in continuous transition
Bioorganic chemistry is an expanding, dynamic area of fundamental and practical interest. The new technologies needed are developed through efficient organic synthesis and spectroscopic analysis or are assimilated from advances in biological manipulations. The multifaceted origins of bioorganic chemistry are discussed, along with the use of the descriptor in the titles of journals. organizations, and meetings. In the Second International Symposium on Bioorganic Chemistry, which is cosponsored by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry and the Chemical Society of Japan and is hosted by Kyushu University, the topics to be covered indicate the accelerated pace and broadening scope of the enterprise.
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