Contents

Current Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 19 - Number 11

Molecular Docking of Opiates and Opioid Peptides, a Tool for the Design of Selective Agonists and Antagonists, and for the Investigation of Atypical Ligand-Receptor Interactions

, 19(11): 1587 - 1601

L. Gentilucci, A. Tolomelli, R. De Marco and R. Artali


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799945030




Converting Peptides into Drug Leads by Lipidation

, 19(11): 1602 - 1618

L. Zhang and G. Bulaj


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799945003




Ion Pore Formation in Lipid Bilayers and Related Energetic Considerations

, 19(11): 1619 - 1634

Md. Ashrafuzzaman and J. Tuszynski


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799944996




Role of Ligand-Based Drug Design Methodologies toward the Discovery of New Anti- Alzheimer Agents: Futures Perspectives in Fragment-Based Ligand Design

, 19(11): 1635 - 1645

A. Speck-Planche, F. Luan and M. N.D.S. Cordeiro


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799945058




Molecular Property Filters Describing Pharmacokinetics and Drug Binding

, 19(11): 1646 - 1662

A. T. Garcia-Sosa, U. Maran and C. Hetenyi


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799945021




Resveratrol in Medicinal Chemistry: A Critical Review of its Pharmacokinetics, Drug-Delivery, and Membrane Interactions

, 19(11): 1663 - 1681

A. R. Neves, M. Lucio, J. L.C. Lima and S. Reis


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799945085




Chemical Metabolism of Medicinal Compounds from Natural Botanicals

, 19(11): 1682 - 1705

Q. Lu and J.-G. Jiang


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799945076




Plant Polyphenols and Oral Health: Old Phytochemicals for New Fields

, 19(11): 1706 - 1720

E. M. Varoni, G. Lodi, A. Sardella, A. Carrassi and M. Iriti


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799945012




In Vitro - In Vivo Correlation of Gene Expression Alterations Induced by Liver Carcinogens

, 19(11): 1721 - 1730

T. Heise, M. Schug, D. Storm, H. Ellinger-Ziegelbauer, H. J. Ahr, B. Hellwig, J. Rahnenführer, A. Ghallab, G. Guenther, J. Sisnaiske, R. Reif, P. Godoy, H. Mielke, U. Gundert-Remy, A. Lampen, A. Oberemm and J. G. Hengstler


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799945049




Nonmuscle Myosin Heavy Chain and Histone H3 are Intracellular Binding Partners of Lithospermic Acid B and Mediate its Antiproliferative Effect on VSMCs

, 19(11): 1731 - 1737

Y. H. Cho, E. Y. Lim, J. M. Kim, M. Jung, H. C. Lee, M. Seo and E. J. Lee


DOI: 10.2174/092986712799945067




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