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2004Multiple pharmacophores for the investigation of human UDP-glucuronosyltransferase isoform substrate selectivityMiners, John Oliver; Smith, Paul Alexander; McKinnon, Ross A; Sorich, Michael J
2004Optimizing bacterial expression of catalytically active human cytochromes P450: comparison of CYP2C8 and CYP2C9Yoovathaworn, Krontong; Kerdpin, Oranun; Miners, John Oliver; Boye, S; Bhasker, Ramana; Birkett, Donald John; Elliot, David John; Kelly, L; McKinnon, Ross A
2003Pharmacophore and quantitative structure-activity relationship modeling: complementary approaches for the rationalization and prediction of UDP-glucuronosyltransferase 1A4 substrate selectivity.Smith, Paul Alexander; Miners, John Oliver; McKinnon, Ross A; Sorich, Michael J
2004Predicating Human Drug Glucuronidation Parameters: Application of In Vitro and InSilico Modeling ApproachesSmith, Paul Alexander; Miners, John Oliver; Mackenzie, Peter Ian; McKinnon, Ross A; Sorich, Michael J
2008Prediction of metabolism by cytochrome P450 2C9: Alignment and docking studies of a validated database of substratesSykes, Matthew James; McKinnon, Ross A; Miners, John Oliver
2004Rapid prediction of chemical metabolism by human UDP-glucuronosyltransferase isoforms using quantum chemical descriptors derived with the electronegativity equalization methodWinkler, D A; Smith, Paul Alexander; Miners, John Oliver; McKinnon, Ross A; Sorich, Michael J
2008Recent advances in the in silico modelling of UDP Glucuronosyltransferase SubstratesMiners, John Oliver; Mackenzie, Peter Ian; McKinnon, Ross A; Sorich, Michael J; Smith, Paul Alexander
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