Financial support for this work was provided by an Australian Research Council Discovery grant, including an Australian Professional Fellowship (to P.A.L.). I.M. is grateful to Chemistry Department, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia, for partial funding of her postgraduate studies at the University of Sydney. We thank Dr. Michael Davies (Heart Research Institute, Sydney) for helpful discussions.
Biomimetic Oxidation of Chromium(III): Does the Antidiabetic Activity of Chromium(III) Involve Carcinogenic Chromium(VI)?†
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Mulyani, I., Levina, A. and Lay, P. A. (2004), Biomimetic Oxidation of Chromium(III): Does the Antidiabetic Activity of Chromium(III) Involve Carcinogenic Chromium(VI)?. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 43: 4504–4507. doi: 10.1002/anie.200460113
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