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The Crumbliss Lab on Ionic Interactions and Macromolecules' Role in Iron Transport in Living Cells

How do ionic interactions and macromolecules play a role in iron transport in living cells? Find out by reading the chapter from the Crumbliss lab “Iron Transport in Living Cells” by A. L. Crumbliss and C. J. Parker Siburt, which was featured on the cover of the monograph Ionic Interactions in Natural and Synthetic Macromolecules (Wiley, 2012), edited by Visiting Professor of Chemistry Alberto Ciferri and Angelo Perico.