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Many years of work have been invested in the identification of potent and selective COX-2 inhibitors for the treatment of chronic inflammatory pain. One issue faced by workers is the balance between the lipophilicity required for potent enzyme inhibition and the physical properties necessary for drug absorption and distribution in vivo. Frequently… (More)
A series of trans-fused lactams containing the indane nucleus has been prepared. Compound 19 has much enhanced plasma stability compared with its lactone counterpart and shows appreciable in vitro anticoagulant activity.
Synthesis of trans-fused lactones containing the indane nucleus has resulted in a series of potent acylating inhibitors of thrombin. As an example compound 11e has an apparent second order rate constant of 11 x 10(6) M(-1)sec(-1) for the inhibition of thrombin. The anticoagulant activity of these compounds is discussed.
Vertically aligned zinc oxide (ZnO) nanowires (NWs) have been grown by liquid injection Metal Organic Chemical Vapour Deposition, using oxygen donor adducts of Me2Zn. The growth and characterisation of the nanowires grown using [Me2Zn(L)] where L = monodentate ethers, tetrahydrofuran (C4H8O) (1), tetrahydropyran (C5H10O) (2), furan (C4H4O) (3) and the… (More)
1. At 3 min after an intravenous injection of radioactive amino acids into the rat, the bulk of radioactivity associated with liver polyribosomes can be interpreted as growing peptides. 2. In an attempt to identify the rate-limiting step of protein synthesis in vivo and in vitro, use was made of the action of puromycin at 0 degrees C, in releasing growing… (More)