Contents

Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 4 - Number 4

Preface [Hot Topic: Pro-Nucleotide Development and Delivery of Biologically Active Nucleotide Analogues (Executive Editor: Chris Meier)]

, 4(4): ii

Chris Meier


DOI: 10.2174/13895575104040400ii




The Role of Thymidine Kinases in the Activation of Pyrimidine Nucleoside Analogues

, 4(4): 341 - 350

Ashraf S. Al-Madhoun, Werner Tjarks and Staffan Eriksson


DOI: 10.2174/1389557043403963




Structural Requirements for Efficient Phosphorylation of Nucleotide Analogs by Human Thymidylate Kinase

, 4(4): 351 - 359

Arnon Lavie and Manfred Konrad


DOI: 10.2174/1389557043403981




Antiviral Nucleoside Analogs Phosphorylation by Nucleoside Diphosphate Kinase

, 4(4): 361 - 369

S. Gallois-Montbrun, M. Veron and D. Deville-Bonne


DOI: 10.2174/1389557043403990




Aryloxy Phosphoramidate Triesters as Pro-Tides

, 4(4): 371 - 381

Dominique Cahard, Christopher McGuigan and Jan Balzarini


DOI: 10.2174/1389557043403936




“Lock-in”-cycloSal-Pronucleotides - A New Generation of Chemical Trojan Horses?

, 4(4): 383 - 394

Chris Meier, Manuel F.H. Ruppel, Dalibor Vukadinovic and Jan Balzarini


DOI: 10.2174/1389557043403972




SATE Pronucleotide Approaches: An Overview

, 4(4): 395 - 408

S. Peyrottes, D. Egron, I. Lefebvre, G. Gosselin, J.- L. Imbach and C. Perigaud


DOI: 10.2174/1389557043404007




Designing a Pronucleotide Stratagem: Lessons from Amino Acid Phosphoramidates of Anticancer and Antiviral Pyrimidines

, 4(4): 409 - 419

Dan P. Drontle and Carston R. Wagner


DOI: 10.2174/1389557043403945




Discovery and Validation of a New Family of Antioxidants: The Aminopyrazine Derivatives

, 4(4): 421 - 435

M. L.N. Dubuisson, J.- F. Rees and J. Marchand-Brynaert


DOI: 10.2174/1389557043403927




Bioactive Carbohydrates and Recently Discovered Analogues as Chemotherapeutics

, 4(4): 437 - 459

Tanja M. Wrodnigg and Friedrich K. (Fitz) Sprenger


DOI: 10.2174/1389557043403918




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