Einleitung

Physiologische Wirkungen sowie experimentelle und praktische Anwendung von Borverbindungen
  • Wolfgang Kliegel

Abstract

This volume treats the physiological effects of boron and its compounds on lower and higher organisms as well as the uses in biological and medical research. The use of boron and its compounds both as active agents and as adjuvants in pharmaceutical research, pharmacy, medicine, parasitology, bacteriology, mycology, entomology, hygiene, cosmetology, and food chemistry is described. Also described is the use of boron compounds as biocides to protect natural or synthetic materials. A comprehensive compilation of the data on the toxicity of boron compounds completes the review of the biological and therapeutic effects. The literature is covered through the end of 1978. Some more recent papers (1979/80) are also included.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wolfgang Kliegel
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  1. 1.Institut für Pharmazeutische ChemieTechnische Universität BraunschweigBraunschweigBundesrepublik Deutschland

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