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Interaction of doxorubicin with phospholipid monolayers.
The energies of interaction of doxorubicin hydrochloride and sodium 1,2,4-trihydroxy-9,10-dioxo-3-anthracenesulfonate with dipalmitoylphosphatidylethanolamine and dipalmitoyllecithin monolayersExpand
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Structure-activity relationships in the antiinflammatory steroids: a pattern-recognition approach.
A pattern-recognition technique has been used to determine structure-activity relationships for antiinflammatory steroids. Experimental results using the human vasoconstrictor test of McKenzie andExpand
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Surface activities of procaine, lidocaine, and tetracaine and their interaction energies with phospholipid monolayers.
The free energies of adsorption of procaine, lidocaine, and tetracaine at the air--water interface were estimated from plots of surface pressure (pi less than or equal to 5 dynes/cm) against bulkExpand
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Surface activities of barbital, phenobarbital, and pentobarbital and their interaction energies with phospholipid monolayers.
The adsorption free energies of barbital, phenobarbital, and pentobarbital at the air-water interface were estimated from plots of the surface pressure (pi less than or equal to 5 dynes/cm) againstExpand
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Kinetics and mechanisms of monolayer interactions V: surface activities of alkylamides, alkylmonocarboxylic acids, and alkylketones and their interaction energies with phospholipid monolayers.
The adsorption free energies of the C1-C6 alkylamides, C3-C8 alkylketones, and C1-C10 alkylmonocarboxylic acids at the air-water interface, estimated from plots of the surface pressure (less than orExpand
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Ms-Zα calculation of the energy-level structure of XeF6
Abstract The ionization and total statistical energies of XeF 6 are calculated at the experimental bond distance, along with the statistical energy and ionicities for the separated ions, using theExpand
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