Table of contents for Biocoordination chemistry / David E. Fenton.

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1. "Life is inorganic too"
2. Metal management
3. Dioxygen management--storage and transport
4. Electron transfer
5. Dioxygen management--involvement in enzymes
6. More metalloenzymes
7. Therapeutic uses of cordination compounds
Further reading

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Coordination compounds -- Physiological effect.
Metals -- Physiological effect.
Bioinorganic chemistry.