Identification of potential inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2 papain-like protease from tropane alkaloids from Schizanthus porrigens: A molecular docking study
- Chemical Physics Letters
Regioselectivity of hyoscyamine 6β-hydroxylase-catalysed hydroxylation as revealed by high-resolution structural information and QM/MM calculations.
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Dalton transactions
The following two papers by David S. Thaler: EVIDENCE FOR EXTRAORDINARY VISUAL ACUITY IN LEONARDO’S COMMENT ON A DRAGONFLY and SFUMATO IN LEONARDO’S PORTRAITS: OPTICAL AND PSYCHOPHYSICAL MECHANISMS
Lessons on Caffeine, Cannabis & Co: Plant-derived Drugs and their Interaction with Human Receptors
- Learning Materials in Biosciences
Plant-Derived Drugs Affecting GPRCs
From "Circe's Root" to "Spongia Soporifera": The Role of the Mandrake as True Anesthetic of Ancient Times.
- Medicine, Biology
- Journal of anesthesia history
Spatial Memory, Motor Coordination, Cerebellar and Hippocampal Histoarchitectural Changes following Atropine Administration to Adult Mice
Amitriptyline and phenytoin prevents memory deficit in sciatic nerve ligation model of neuropathic pain
- Journal of basic and clinical physiology and pharmacology
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