Anjaneyulu Sheri

Learn More
Cocaine, a potent stimulant of the central nervous system, owes its reinforcing and stimulant properties to its ability to inhibit monoamine uptake systems such as the Dopamine Transporter (DAT), and the Serotonin Transporter (SERT) located on presynaptic neurons in the striatum. The search for pharmacotherapies for cocaine addiction has focused on the(More)
Bacterial β-lactamase enzymes are in large part responsible for the decreased ability of β-lactam antibiotics to combat infections. The inability to overcome β-lactamase mediated resistance spurred the development of inhibitors with penems and penam sulfones being amongst the most potent and broad spectrum mechanism-based inactivators. These inhibitors form(More)
  • 1