Kevin D. Moeller

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In principle, the development of the active analog approach to computer-assisted drug design can offer a unique opportunity for dramatically increasing the efficiency of designing new drug candidates by predicting the biologically active conformation of peptide ligands. 1 But how do we know that such molecular modeling predictions are accurate, and can a(More)
PEG-modified diblock copolymer surfaces have been examined for their compatibility with microelectrode array based analytical methods. The use of PEG-modified polymer surfaces on the arrays was initially problematic because the redox couples used in the experiments were adsorbed by the polymer. This led the current measured by cyclic voltammetry for the(More)
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