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Session B: Molecular Oncology – Pharmacology – Biotherapies

Molecular Pharmacology of the Dopamine Receptors

Session C: Molecular Oncology, Diagnostic and Pharmacology

Session C: Molecular Oncology, diagnostic and pharmacology

Molecular networks for the study of TCM Pharmacology

session C: translational research. molecular oncology. pharmacology and biotheraby

Session I: Molecular Oncology, Cytokines, New Treatment Modalities, Clinical Pharmacology

Anatomical, pharmacological, and molecular diversity of native NMDA receptor subtypes

Pharmacological Classification of Drugs by Principal Component Analysis Applying Molecular Modeling Descriptors and HPLC Retention Data

A molecular biological basis for the nutritional and pharmacological benefits of dietary plants

Molecular signature of recovery following combination left ventricular assist device (LVAD) support and pharmacologic therapy

Pharmacological and clinical impact of the unique molecular structure of a new plasminogen activator

COLQUHOUN, David (born 1936), Professor of Pharmacology, since 1983 (A. J. Clark Professor of Pharmacology, 1985–2004), Director, Wellcome Laboratory for Molecular Pharmacology, 1993–2004, and Hon. Fellow, 2004, University College London

Estrogen Receptor Mutations Found in Breast Cancer Metastases Integrated With the Molecular Pharmacology of Selective ER Modulators

ChemMapper: a versatile web server for exploring pharmacology and chemical structure association based on molecular 3D similarity method

Exploring the unique pharmacology of a novel opioid receptor, ZFOR1, using molecular modeling and the `message–address' concept

Molecular and Pharmacological Determinants of the Therapeutic Response to Artemether-Lumefantrine in Multidrug-Resistant Plasmodium falciparum Malaria

IGNARRO, Louis J. (born 1941), Professor, Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology, University of California, Los Angeles, since 1985

 

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