Professor Tinoco's Inorganic Chemistry article is featured in Global Medical Discovery.
Professor Tinoco's paper "Applying the Fe(III) Binding Property of a Chemical Transferrin Mimetic to Ti(IV) Anticancer Drug Design” (Inorg. Chem., 2014, 53, 743) was selected by Global Medical Discovery as a key scientific article contributing to excellence in biomedical research.
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