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3'-Oxo-, amino-, thio- and sulfone-acetic acid modified thymidines: effect of increased acidity on ribonuclease A inhibition.EBI
Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Triazole pyrimidine nucleosides as inhibitors of Ribonuclease A. Synthesis, biochemical, and structural evaluation.EBI
University of Thessaly
Potentiation of ribonuclease cytotoxicity by a poly(amidoamine) dendrimer.EBI
University of Wisconsin-Madison
5'-Modified pyrimidine nucleosides as inhibitors of ribonuclease A.EBI
Indian Institute of Technology
Comparative inhibitory activity of 3'- and 5'-functionalized nucleosides on ribonuclease A.EBI
Institute of Technology
Mapping the ribonucleolytic active site of bovine seminal ribonuclease. The binding of pyrimidinyl phosphonucleotide inhibitors.EBI
National Hellenic Research Foundation
Nucleoside-amino acid conjugates: An alternative route to the design of ribonuclease A inhibitors.EBI
Institute of Technology
Morpholino, piperidino, and pyrrolidino derivatives of pyrimidine nucleosides as inhibitors of ribonuclease A: synthesis, biochemical, and crystallographic evaluation.EBI
Institute of Technology
Isoaurostatin, a novel topoisomerase inhibitor produced by Thermomonospora alba.EBI
Kumamoto University
Structure-based design, synthesis, and biological evaluation of novel pyrrolyl aryl sulfones: HIV-1 non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors active at nanomolar concentrations.BDB
Sapienza University of Rome