Molecular Recognition and Inclusion: Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Molecular Recognition and Inclusion, held at Ly by A.W. Coleman

Molecular Recognition and Inclusion: Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Molecular Recognition and Inclusion, held at Ly

byA.W. Coleman

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This volume contains the Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Molecular Recognition and Inclusion, ISMRI 9 which was held in Lyon, France during 7 to 12 September 1996. The articles reflect the over 50 oral presentations and 140 posters which were presnted at ISMRI 9, both in the range of topics and also in the layout of the volume which comprises five sections, Plenary, Invited, Oral and Emerging Lectures and the four poster sessions. Some words should be said about the Emerging lectures, these were a means of allowing young scientists, often doctoral students to present short 15 minute talks on their work and were one of the great scientific successes ofISMRI 9. I would again like to thank the presenters ofthese lectures for their contributions. The scientific content of ISMRI 9 reflected the logo of the conference showing the symbiotic interactions between Chemistry, Physics and Biology which contribute so strongly to the inter-and pluridisciplinary nature of Supramolecular Science. The topics ranged from Glycobiology through Membrane Systems through Synthetic Organic and Inorganic Chemistry to the construction of Complex Edifices in solution and the Solid-State to arrive at the Physics of Molecular Interactions via the understanding of Water and Gas-Clathrates. Once more to all the speakers who us the breadth of the subjects, thank you.
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Table of Contents

Biological Importance of Glycosylation.- Hydration Interactions: Their Role in Recognition and Bioassembly Phenomena.- Tris(Macrocylcles) as Models for Transmembrane, Cation-Conducting Channels.- Construction of the Interfaces Possessing both Functionalities of Molecular Recognition and Electron Transfer.- Electrical Sieves for Molecule Recognition.- Supramolecular Complexation of Fullerenes and 1,2-Dicarbadodeca-Borane(12).- Molecular Switches Based on Molecular Inclusion.- Fluorescent Cyclodextrins as Chemosensors for Molecular Recognition.- Tetrathiafulvalenes in Macrocyclic and Sypramolecular Chemistry: Self Assembly with Tetrathiafulvalenes.- Anion Selective Recognition and Sensing by Novel Transition Metal Receptor Systems.- Macrocyclic Sugar Thioureas: Cyclooligosaccharides Mimicking Cyclopeptides.- Molecular Clefts derived from Kagan''s Ether. Synthesis and Solid State Inclusion Complexes of a Chiral Molecular Tweezer.- Molecular Tectonics: An Approach to Organic Networks.- New Macrocyclization Reaction based on Tris(2-aminoethyl)amine.- Signal Transmission by Artificial Receptors Embedded in Bilayer Membranes.- Inclusion Compounds: Kinetics and Selectivity.- Kinetics of Intercalation in Lamellar Hosts using Time-Resolved X-Ray Diffraction.- Control of Permeation of Ions Across Vesicles and Chemical Differentiation of Their Bilayer Membrane.- Molecular Recognition and Artificial Ion Channel with Amphiphilic Macrocycles.- Calix[4]-Bis-Crowns: From Nuclear Waste Treatment to Molecular Machines.- Tripodal Coordination Complexes as Scaffolds for Molecular Recognition and Catalysis.- Photochromc Molecular Recognition of Cyclodextrins Bearing Spiropyran Moiety for Organic Guests.- Interactions of Porphyrins with Cyclodextrins. Porphyrins as Probes for Studying Inclusion Phenomena.- Synthesis and Evaluation of New Ionoselective Materials.- Concave Reagents and Caralysts: From Lamps to Selectivity.- Order-Disorder Phenomena in Inclusion Compounds: A Solid State NMR Study.- One Class of Azocalixarene, Different Types of Assemblies in Solid State.- The Simple Synthesis of Chiral Diazocoronands Derived from D-Mannitol and L-Tartaric Acid.- Biomimetic Oxidation of Aromatic Aldehydes Catalyzed by a Bis(Coenzyme)-Cyclophane.- Some New Calix[4]Arene-Based Complexing Agents.- Development of Ruthenium Probes Designed to Bind Enantio- and Stereospecifically to DNA.- Affinity for Both 5-HT1a- and D1-Receptors and Anxiolytic Activity of N-(Arylpiperazinylalkyl)-Phthalimides.- Physico Chemical Studies of the Adsorption Process Between Animated Silica Wafers and Oligonucleotides.- How Can X-Ray Structures Be Helpful for Design of Ionophores for Ion-Selective Membrane Electrodes?.- The Synthesis and Conformational Analyses of Some Dibenzo[3n+2]Crown-n Ethers.- Calix[4]Resorcinarene Derivatives as Ionophores for Cations Studied in Polymeric (PVC) Membrane.- Synthesis of Isoflavone Derivatives of Crown Ethers.- The Synthesis of Some Coumestan and Related Chromogenic Derivatives of Crown Ethers, Part II.- The Association Constants of Macrocyclic Ether-Cation Interactions in Dioxane / Water Mixtures, Part II.- Binuclear Copper (II) Complexes of Cyclo-Bis Intercaland Receptors. Effect of the Ligand on the Crystal Structure and Complexation Properties.- Specific Interaction of ?-Casomorphin (Human) with Cu(II) Ion.- The Structure and Properties of the New Ligand for the 5-HT1A Receptors.- Phase Transitions of Cyclophosphazene Adducts Directly Followed by Solid-State NMR.- Molecular Recognition in Solid Inclusion Compounds of Novel Roof-Shaped Diol Hosts.- Success Rate in a Chiral Separation: Towards a Better Separation Machinery.- NMR Study of Per(3,6-Anhydro) ? Cyclodextrin as a Potential Agent for the Biological Decontamination of Lead as Evidenced by NMR Spectroscopy.- Thioureido ?-Cyclodextrins as Molecular Carriers for the Anticancer Drug Taxotère®.- Continuity and Discontinuity in the Thermodynamic Properties of Solid ?-Cyclodextrin Versus Hydration. A Comparative Study.- Phosphorylated Cavitands: Encapsulation of Hard Cationic Guests.- The Cation Complexation Properties of Per-3,6-Anhydro-? and ?-Cyclodextrins Studied by Thin Layer Chromatography and 1H NMR.- Caesium-Selective Imprinted Phenolic Resins.- Supramolecular Synthesis with Carboxyl-Substituted Secondary Dialkylammonium Salts and Macrocyclic Polyethers.- Cation Binding of Benzo Crown Ethers in Acetonitrile Using Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Part II.- Crystal Engineering with Novel Aminoborates. Hydrogen-Bonded Cyclic Motifs Containing Tetrahedral Boron and Nitrogen.- Novel Bis(Phenoxyalkyl)Sulfane Podands - Synthesis and Complex Formation with Thiophilic Metals Ions.- Design of Coordination Arrays as Potential Molecular Memory Units and Switches.- Synthesis of a Functionalized Chiral Molecular Tweezer.- Optimal Polymer Architecture for Adsorption at the Solid-Liquid Interface: Dendrimers Versus Linear Polymers.- Organizations of Two-Dimensional DNA-Mimetics at the Air-Water Interface.- Metal-Induced "Aggregation-Deaggregation" and "Colour Change" in Fullerene Derivatives.- Allosteric Regulation in the Catalytic Activity of Cyclodextrin Dimer as an Artificial Hydrolase.- Conformational Studies on Athryl(Alkylamino)-?-Cyclodextrin Complexes and Their Abilities as DNA Intercalators.- Host-Guest Complexation of Phosphorus Contained Calixarenes with Aromatic Molecules in RP HPLC Conditions. The Stability Constants Determination.- Synthesis of Cyclodextrins Derivatives Carrying Bio-Recognisable Saccharide Antennae.- X-Ray and Atomic Force Microscopy Structures of Short Chain Amphiphilic Cyclodextrins.- Study of Inclusion of Cobalt(II) in Per-6-0-(Ter-Butyl Dimethylsilyl) ?-CD Using Pyrene as a Fluorescence Probe.- ?-Cyclodextrin Complexes of Polymers Containing Aromatic Groups.- Inclusion of Neutral Guests in a Self-Assembling Superstructure.- Recognition and Transport of Nucleoside Monophosphates with Synthetic Receptors.- Structure and Dynamics of Guest Molecules in Cyclophosphazene Inclusion Compounds.- Towards Rotaxane-Based Metal-Ion Sensors.- Microcalorimetric Studies of Ligand-Induced Vancomycin Dimerisation and Molecular Recognition.- Self-Assembled Hydrogen Bonded Dimers of Calix[4]Arenes.- Crystal Growth of Macrocycles in Gel.- Chiral Calixarenes Functionalized with Camphorsulfonyl Groups. Synthesis, Structure and Inclusion Properties.- Synthesis of Water Soluble Resorcinarenes Application in Nanofiltration-Complexation.- Crystal Engineering in Solid-State Metal Salt Complexes of Cyclodextrins.- Glycolipid Hydrolase Models. D, L-Stereorecognition of Amino Acids.- Anthracene-Crown Ethers: Synthesis and Complexation of Selected Cations.- Cyclo Bis-Intercaland Receptors: Structure of Two Interactive Inclusion Complexes. Stability of the Hydration Network Facing Two Different Substrates.- Zeolites as Catalysts: Porosity or Acidity? Alkylation of Benzene.- Quantification of Specific Immunological Reactions by Atomic Force Microscopy.- Transport Studies of Inorganic and Organic Cations Across Liquid Membranes Containing Mannich-Base Calix[4]Resorcinarenes.- Chiral Recognition Studies of Amino Acids by Chiral Calix[4]Resorcinarenes in Langmuir Films.- Preorganized Macrocyclic Dicarboxylic Receptors. Synthesis, Inclusion Behaviour and Structural Study.- New Endo-Functional Cryptophanes as Selective Complexants.- In Search of New Tyrosinase Mimetics: Acyclic Polyaminic Ligands of Benzo[g]Phthalazine Able to Form Dinuclear Complexes with Cu(II).- Models Systems for Flavoenzyme Acitivity. Redox-Induced Modulation of Flavin-Receptor Hydrogen Bonding.- Selectivity in Thermodynamic Cyclisations of Cinchona Alkaloid Derivatives.- A New Bi-Functional Receptor for Acetylamino-Fluorene Modified Guanosine.- Macrocyclic Polyethers as Ditopic Co-Receptors for Dual-Centered Secondary Dialkylammonium Guests: From Double-Stranded to Single-Stranded Pseudorotaxanes.- Synthesis of a 20-Crown-6 from D-Glucose and First Study of Its Alkali Metal Cations Affinity by MALDI-FTMS.- 2H NMR Investigations of the Cyclohexane/Tri-o-Thymotide Inclusion Compound.- Inclusion Complexes of Siliconhydrofluoric Acid Transformation Products with the Crown Ethers.- Study of the Interaction of the Host: Guest Type Between SnF2:?-Cyclodextrin.- 13C CP/MAS Studies of Rhodium (II) 3-Fluorobenzoate and Their Inclusion Compound in ?-Cyclodextrin.- Anion Recognition Using Boronate-Ureas.- Synthesis and Self-Organisation of New Cyclodextrin Amphiphile.- Molecular Recognition of Anionic Species: Hydrogen-Bonding Properties of Sulfate and Thiocyanate.- Synthesis and Characterization of Na+ and Ba2+ Complexes with Some Lipophilic Diaza-18-Crown-6 Derivatives.- The Effect of Macrocycles on the Reaction Rate. Part V. The Effect of [18]Crown-6 on the Aromatic Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions in Dioxane-Water Solutions.- Stereocontrol and Rate Enhancement of a Diels Alder Reaction Within an Unsymmetrical Porphyrin Host.- Preorganization of Linear Polyamines in the Solid State.- Vibrational Spectroscopic Studies on the Inclusion Complexation by ?-Cyclodextrin.