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Title: Crystallographic evidence of anion⋯π interactions in the pyrazine bridged {[Pt(en)Cl]<inf>2</inf>(μ-pz)}Cl<inf>2</inf> complex and a comparative study of the catalytic ability of mononuclear and binuclear platinum(II) complexes in the hydrolysis of N-acetylated l-methionylglycine
Authors: Ašanin, Darko
Zivkovic, Marija
Rajković, Snežana
Warżajtis, Beata
Rychlewska, Urszula
Djuran, Miloš
Journal: Polyhedron
Issue Date: 4-Mar-2013
Abstract: This paper reports on the synthesis and the X-ray characteristics of the binuclear {[Pt(en)Cl]2(μ-pz)}Cl2 complex (en is ethylenediamine, acting as a bidentate ligand; pz is a bridging pyrazine ligand). This complex was converted into the corresponding aqua complex, {[Pt(en)(H2O)]2(μ-pz)}4+, and 1H NMR spectroscopy was applied for a comparison of its catalytic activities in the hydrolysis of N-acetylated l-methionylglycine (Ac-l-Met-Gly) dipeptide with those for the mononuclear [Pt(en)(H2O)2]2+ complex. The peptide and the corresponding platinum(II) complex were reacted in different molar ratios and all reactions were performed at 2.0 < pH < 2.5 in D2O solvent at 37 °C. The course of these hydrolytic reactions is discussed and the difference in the catalytic ability between the mononuclear and binuclear Pt(II) complexes was correlated with the presence of the different hydrolytically active platinum(II)-peptide complexes formed during their reactions with the Ac-l-Met-Gly dipeptide. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
URI: https://scidar.kg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/10339
Type: Article
DOI: 10.1016/j.poly.2012.12.037
ISSN: 02775387
SCOPUS: 84874298276
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Medical Sciences, Kragujevac
Faculty of Science, Kragujevac
Institute for Information Technologies, Kragujevac
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