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Current Medicinal Chemistry covers all the latest and outstanding developments in medicinal chemistry and rational drug design. Each issue contains a series of timely in-depth reviews written by leaders in the field covering a range of the current topics in medicinal chemistry. Current Medicinal Chemistry is an essential journal for every medicinal chemist who wishes to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest and most important developments.

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

Volume 20, Number 31, October 2013

Articles

From Peptides to Small Molecules: An Intriguing but Intricated Way to New Drugs
pp. 3803-3817(15)
Authors: L. Scognamiglio, P.; Di Natale, C.; Perretta, G.; Marasco, D.

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Molecular Basis of Young Ischemic Stroke
pp. 3818-3839(22)
Authors: Bersano, Anna; Borellini, Linda; Motto, Cristina; Lanfranconi, Silvia; Pezzini, Alessandro; Basilico, Paola; Micieli, Giuseppe; Padovani, Alessandro; Parati, Eugenio; Candelise, Livia

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Free Fatty Acids-Sensing G Protein-Coupled Receptors in Drug Targeting and Therapeutics
pp. 3855-3871(17)
Authors: Yonezawa, Tomo; Kurata, Riho; Yoshida, Kaori; A. Murayama, Masanori; Cui, Xiaofeng; Hasegawa, Akihiko

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Staurosporine Analogues from Microbial and Synthetic Sources and Their Biological Activities
pp. 3872-3902(31)
Authors: S. Park, B.; Z. Abdel-Azeem, A.; M. Al-Sanea, M.; H. Yoo, K.; S. Tae, J.; H. Lee, S.

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A Functional Scaffold in Marine Alkaloid: An Anticancer Moiety for Human
pp. 3903-3922(20)
Authors: Li, X.; Li, Jing-Ran; Chen, Kun; Zhu, Hai-Liang

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Viral RNA Polymerase: A Promising Antiviral Target for Influenza A Virus
pp. 3923-3934(12)
Authors: Shi, Fangyuan; Xie, Yuanchao; Shi, Lifang; Xu, Wenfang

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Biophysical Characterization of Glycodendrimers As Nano-carriers for HIV Peptides
pp. 3935-3943(9)
Authors: Ionov, M.; Ciepluch, K.; R. Moreno, B.; Appelhans, D.; Sanchez-Nieves, J.; Gomez, R.; J. de la Mata, F.; A. Munoz-Fernandez, M.; Bryszewska, M.

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Gallic Acid Attenuates Oleic Acid-induced Proliferation of Vascular Smooth Muscle Cell Through Regulation of AMPK-eNOS-FAS Signaling
pp. 3944-3953(10)
Authors: Ou, Ting-Tsz; Lin, Ming-Cheng; Wu, Cheng-Hsun; Lin, Wea-Lung; Wang, Chau-Jong

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