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10.1002/jps.2600611223.abs The specificity of antibody to poly(L‐tyrosyl‐L‐glutamyl‐L‐valylglycyl)glycine‐1‐14C ethyl ester (I) was studied using polypeptides in which the valyl and tyrosyl residues were modified to an alanyl residue and either a phenylalanyl or a OMe‐tyrosyl...
10.1002/jps.2600611211.abs Several members of both 1,2‐dialkyl‐ and 1,2,3‐trialkyl‐3‐aryl piperidazines were synthesized and investigated for analgesic activity. None possessed significant analgesic activity.
10.1002/jps.2600611210.abs Key experiments were carried out that illustrated the main features of the three‐phase transport theory presented earlier. These studies investigated the effects of partition coefficient and pH on transport rates and how these effects are altered by the aqueous...
10.1002/jps.2600611208.abs A diffusional model describing steady‐state transport of neutral compounds and ionizing weak acids and bases in the three‐phase (water‐oil‐water) system is presented. The present study applies this model, consisting of three barriers in series, to a theoretical...
10.1002/jps.2600611218.abs Gibberellic acid seed treatment and dripping at the fourth to fifth leaf stage of Atropa belladonna L. increased the stem length, number of leaves, and number of branches. Gibberellic acid had a differential effect on the area of the leaf at different internodes. The...
10.1002/jps.2600611225.abs The marijuana (Cannabis) constituents, cannabidiol, (−)‐Δ9‐trans‐tetrahydrocannabinol, and (−)‐Δ9‐trans‐tetrahydrocannabinol were found to be photoreactive. The only interconversion of these cannabinoids detected by GLC, however, was the conversion of...
10.1002/jps.2600611213.abs 4‐Amino‐N‐(2‐morpholinoethyl)‐2,6‐dimethylbenzamide, 4‐amino‐N‐(2‐piperidinoethyl)‐2,6‐dimethylbenzamide, 4‐amino‐N‐(2‐(4‐phenyl‐1‐piperazino)ethyl)‐2,6‐dimethylbenzamide, and...
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