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  1. Polychlorinated biphenyls are persistent organic pollutants that can be metabolized via hydroxylated PCBs to PCB sulfate metabolites. The sensitive and selective analysis of PCB sulfate monoesters by gas chrom...

    Authors: Xueshu Li, Larry W Robertson and Hans-Joachim Lehmler

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2009 3:5

    Content type: Research article

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  2. To search for chemical structures in research articles, diagrams or text representing molecules need to be translated to a standard chemical file format compatible with cheminformatic search engines. Neverthel...

    Authors: Jungkap Park, Gus R Rosania, Kerby A Shedden, Mandee Nguyen, Naesung Lyu and Kazuhiro Saitou

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2009 3:4

    Content type: Methodology

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  3. In this paper, the kinetics of oxidation of [CrIII(HIDA)(Val)(H2O)2]+ and [CrIII(HIDA)(Arg)(H2O)2]+ (HIDA = iminodiacetic acid, Val = DL-valine and Arg = L-arginine) were studied. The choice of ternary complexes ...

    Authors: Hassan A Ewais, Faris D Dahman and Ahmed A Abdel-Khalek

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2009 3:3

    Content type: Research article

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  4. Despite the complete determination of the genome sequence of a huge number of bacteria, their proteomes remain relatively poorly defined. Beside new methods to increase the number of identified proteins new da...

    Authors: Frank Schmidt, Monika Schmid, Bernd Thiede, Klaus-Peter Pleißner, Martina Böhme and Peter R Jungblut

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2009 3:2

    Content type: Research article

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  5. Solid deposits from commercially available high-pressure diesel injectors (HPDI) were analyzed to study the solid deposition from diesel fuel during engine operation. The structural and chemical properties of ...

    Authors: Ramya Venkataraman and Semih Eser

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2008 2:25

    Content type: Research article

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  6. The aim of this research was to investigate oxidative stress and immune responses following a dietary polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) exposure in a marine bioindicator organism, the soft shell clam, Mya are...

    Authors: Nicolas Pichaud, Jocelyne Pellerin, Michel Fournier, Sophie Gauthier-Clerc, Pascal Rioux and Émilien Pelletier

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2008 2:23

    Content type: Research article

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  7. We present a novel feature selection algorithm, Winnowing Artificial Ant Colony (WAAC), that performs simultaneous feature selection and model parameter optimisation for the development of predictive quantitat...

    Authors: Noel M O'Boyle, David S Palmer, Florian Nigsch and John BO Mitchell

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2008 2:21

    Content type: Methodology

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  8. The advent of combinatorial chemistry has revived the interest in five-membered heterocyclic rings as scaffolds in pharmaceutical research. They are also the target of modifications in nucleic acid chemistry. ...

    Authors: Pieter MS Hendrickx and José C Martins

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2008 2:20

    Content type: Software

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  9. The study was aimed at investigating the effect of various solvents on the absorption spectra of Neutral Red, a dye belonging to the quinone-imine class of dyes. The solvents chosen for the study were water, e...

    Authors: Muhammad A Rauf, Ahmed A Soliman and Muhammad Khattab

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2008 2:19

    Content type: Research article

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  10. Small-molecule docking is an important tool in studying receptor-ligand interactions and in identifying potential drug candidates. Previously, we developed a software tool (DOVIS) to perform large-scale virtua...

    Authors: Xiaohui Jiang, Kamal Kumar, Xin Hu, Anders Wallqvist and Jaques Reifman

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2008 2:18

    Content type: Software

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  11. Gram-negative bacteria use periplasmic-binding proteins (bPBP) to transport nutrients through the periplasm. Despite immense diversity within the recognized substrates, all members of the family share a common...

    Authors: Dennis R Livesay, Dang H Huynh, Sargis Dallakyan and Donald J Jacobs

    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2008 2:17

    Content type: Research article

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