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Volume 10, Number 24, 18 December 2000

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Solid-phase synthesis of 2,3-disubstituted indoles: discovery of a novel, high-affinity, selective h5-HT2A antagonist
pp. 2693-2696(4)
Authors: Smith, A.L.; Stevenson, G.I.; Lewis, S.; Patel, S.; Castro, J.L.

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2-Aryl tryptamines: selective high-affinity antagonists for the h5-HT2A receptor
pp. 2697-2699(3)
Authors: Stevenson, G.I.; Smith, A.L.; Lewis, S.; Michie, S.G.; Neduvelil, J.G.; Patel, S.; Marwood, R.; Patel, S.; Castro, J.L.

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3-(4-Piperidinyl)- and 3-(8-aza-bicyclo[3.2.1]oct-3-yl)-2-phenyl-1H-indoles as bioavailable h5-HT2A antagonists
pp. 2701-2703(3)
Authors: Crawforth, J.; Goodacre, S.; Maxey, R.; Bourrain, S.; Patel, S.; Marwood, R.; O'Connor, D.; Herbert, R.; Hutson, P.; Rowley, M.

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Determination of the relative and absolute stereochemistry of a potent and α1A-selective adrenoceptor antagonist
pp. 2705-2707(3)
Authors: Lagu, B.; Wetzel, J.M.; Forray, C.; Patane, M.A.; Bock, M.G.

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Reaction of 2,2,5,7,8-pentamethyl-6-chromanol, an α-tocopherol analogue, with NO in the presence of oxygen
pp. 2709-2712(4)
Authors: Nagata, Y.; Nishio, T.; Matsumoto, S.; Kanazawa, H.; Mochizuki, M.; Matsushima, Y.

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Treatment of experimental allergic encephalomyelitis (EAE) by a rationally designed cyclic analogue of myelin basic protein (MBP) epitope 72-85
pp. 2713-2717(5)
Authors: Tselios, T.; Daliani, I.; Deraos, S.; Thymianou, S.; Matsoukas, E.; Troganis, A.; Gerothanassis, I.; Mouzaki, A.; Mavromoustakos, T.; Probert, L.; Matsoukas, J.

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Design, synthesis and peroxidase-like activity of 3α-helix proteins covalently bound to heme
pp. 2719-2722(4)
Authors: Obataya, I.; Kotaki, T.; Sakamoto, S.; Ueno, A.; Mihara, H.

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Benzylidene ketal derivatives as M2 muscarinic receptor antagonists
pp. 2727-2730(4)
Authors: Boyle, C.D.; Chackalamannil, S.; Chen, L.; Dugar, S.; Pushpavanam, P.; Billard, W.; Binch, H.; Crosby, G.; Cohen-Williams, M.; Coffin, V.L.; Duffy, R.A.; Ruperto, V.; Lachowicz, J.E.

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Optimization of a somatostatin mimetic via constrained amino acid and backbone incorporation
pp. 2731-2733(3)
Authors: Souers, A.J.; Rosenquist, A.; Jarvie, E.M.; Ladlow, M.; Feniuk, W.; Ellman, J.A.

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A convenient procedure for the synthesis of nonsymmetrical bivalent selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors using polymer-supported reagents
pp. 2741-2743(3)
Authors: Tamiz, A.P.; Conti, P.; Zhang, M.; Johnson, K.M.; Kozikowski, A.P.

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Assessment of substitution in the second pharmacophore of Dmt-Tic analogues
pp. 2745-2748(4)
Authors: Santagada, V.; Balboni, G.; Caliendo, G.; Guerrini, R.; Salvadori, S.; Bianchi, C.; Bryant, S.D.; Lazarus, L.H.

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Synthesis and potent anticonvulsant activities of 4-oxo-imidazo[1,2-a]indeno[1,2-e]pyrazin-8- and -9-carboxylic (acetic) acid AMPA antagonists
pp. 2749-2754(6)
Authors: Pratt, J.; Jimonet, P.; Bohme, G.A.; Boireau, A.; Damour, D.; Debono, M.W.; Genevois-Borella, A.; Randle, J.C.R.; Ribeill, Y.; Stutzmann, J.; Vuilhorgne, M.; Mignani, S.

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Synthesis and binding activity of endomorphin-1 analogues containing -amino acids
pp. 2755-2758(4)
Authors: Cardillo, G.; Gentilucci, L.; Melchiorre, P.; Spampinato, S.

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A solid-phase approach to analogues of the antibiotic mureidomycin
pp. 2759-2763(5)
Authors: Bozzoli, A.; Kazmierski, W.; Kennedy, G.; Pasquarello, A.; Pecunioso, A.

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Synthesis and biological evaluation of highly potent analogues of epothilones B and D
pp. 2765-2768(4)
Authors: Altmann K.-H.; Bold, G.; Caravatti, G.; Florsheimer, A.; Guagnano, V.; Wartmann, M.

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Substituted 1,6-naphthyridines as human cytomegalovirus inhibitors: conformational requirements
pp. 2769-2770(2)
Authors: Falardeau, G.; Chan, L.; Stefanac, T.; May, S.; Jin, H.; Lavallee J.-F.

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1H-Pyrazole-1-carboxamidines: new inhibitors of nitric oxide synthase
pp. 2771-2774(4)
Authors: Lee, Y.; Martasek, P.; Roman, L.J.; Silverman, R.B.

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Noncovalent thrombin inhibitors incorporating an imidazolylethynyl P1
pp. 2775-2778(4)
Authors: Lee, K.; Jung, W.; Kang, M.; Lee, S.

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Antioxidant activity and xanthine oxidase inhibition activity of reductic acid: ascorbic acid analogue
pp. 2783-2785(3)
Authors: Mashino, T.; Takigawa, Y.; Saito, N.; Wong, L.Q.; Mochizuki, M.

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A novel pyridazinone derivative as a nonprostanoid PGI2 agonist
pp. 2787-2790(4)
Authors: Tsubaki, K.; Taniguchi, K.; Tabuchi, S.; Okitsu, O.; Hattori, K.; Seki, J.; Sakane, K.; Tanaka, H.

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Preliminary 1H NMR investigation of sialic acid transfer by the trans-sialidase from Trypanosoma cruzi
pp. 2791-2794(4)
Authors: Wilson, J.C.; Kiefel, M.J.; Albouz-Abo, S.; von Itzstein, M.

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Inhibition of escherichia coli glucosamine synthetase by novel electrophilic analogues of glutamine-comparison with 6-diazo-5-oxo-norleucine
pp. 2795-2798(4)
Authors: Walker, B.; Brown, M.F.; Lynas, J.F.; Martin, S.L.; McDowell, A.; Badet, B.; Hill, A.J.

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Synthesis and biological activity of 1-methyl-2-[5'-isoxazoloethenylpyrrolidin-3'-ylthio]carbapenems
pp. 2799-2802(4)
Authors: Kim, D.J.; Seo, K.J.; Lee, K.S.; Shin, K.J.; Yoo, K.H.; Kim, D.C.; Park, S.W.

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Inhibition of lipoprotein lipase by alkanesulfonyl fluorides
pp. 2803-2806(4)
Authors: Kokotos, G.; Kotsovolou, S.; Constantinou-Kokotou, V.; Wu, G.; Olivecrona, G.

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Synthesis and biological evaluation of analogues of bacterial lipid I
pp. 2811-2813(3)
Authors: J. Silva, D.; L. Bowe, C.; A. Branstrom, A.; R. Baizman, E.; J. Sofia, M.

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Synthesis and activity of selective MMP inhibitors with an aryl backbone
pp. 2815-2817(3)
Authors: E. Barta, T.; P. Becker, D.; J. Bedell, L.; A. de Crescenzo, G.; J. McDonald, J.; E. Munie, G.; Rao, S.; Shieh, H.; Stegeman, R.; M. Stevens, A.; I. Villamil, C.

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Synthesis and class III type antiarrhythmic activity of 4-aroyl (and aryl)-1-aralkylpiperazines
pp. 2819-2823(5)
Authors: Kanojia, R.M.; Salata?, J.J.; Kauffman, J.

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Synthesis and Structure-Activity Relationships of 3-Cyano-4-(phenoxyanilino)quinolines as MEK (MAPKK) Inhibitors
pp. 2825-2828(4)
Authors: Zhang, N.; Wu, B.; Powell, D.; Wissner, A.; B. Floyd, M.; D. Kovacs, E.; Toral-Barza, L.; Kohler, C.

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