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(33) Indirect Publications in 2006

Beller, M., & Oliver, B. (2006). One hundred years of high-throughput drosophila research. Chromosome Research, 14(4), 349-362. Retrieved from

Choi, Y., Shimogawa, H., Murakami, K., Ramdas, L., Zhang, W., Qin, J., et al. (2006). Chemical genetic identification of the IGF-linked pathway that is mediated by STAT6 and MFP2. Chemistry and Biology, 13(3), 241-249. Retrieved from

Collins, I., & Workman, P. (2006). New approaches to molecular cancer therapeutics. Nature Chemical Biology, 2(12), 689-700. Retrieved from

Cornil, C. A., Ball, G. F., & Balthazart, J. (2006). Functional significance of the rapid regulation of brain estrogen action: Where do the estrogens come from? Brain Research, 1126(1), 2-26. Retrieved from

De Haro, L., & Panda, S. (2006). Systems biology of circadian rhythms: An outlook. Journal of Biological Rhythms, 21(6), 507-518. Retrieved from

Goodnow Jr., R. A. (2006). Hit and lead identification: Integrated technology-based approaches. Drug Discovery Today: Technologies, 3(4), 367-375. Retrieved from

Hirano, H., Kurata, A., Onishi, Y., Sakurai, A., Saito, H., Nakagawa, H., et al. (2006). High-speed screening and QSAR analysis of human ATP-binding cassette transporter ABCB11 (bile salt export pump) to predict drug-induced intrahepatic cholestasis. Molecular Pharmaceutics, 3(3), 252-265. Retrieved from

Insel, T. R. (2006). Translational research in the decade of discovery. Hormones and Behavior, 50(4), 504-505. Retrieved from

Irwin, J. J. (2006). How good is your screening library? Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 10(4), 352-356. Retrieved from

Kozikowski, A. P., Roth, B., & Tropsha, A. (2006). Why academic drug discovery makes sense [2]. Science, 313(5791), 1235-1236. Retrieved from

Krier, M., Bret, G., & Rognan, D. (2006). Assessing the scaffold diversity of screening libraries. Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, 46(2), 512-524. Retrieved from

Lazo, J. S. (2006). Roadmap or roadkill: A pharmacologist’s analysis of the NIH molecular libraries initiative. Molecular Interventions, 6(5), 240-243. Retrieved from

Li, A., Mustafi, D., Fu, Q., Tereshko, V., Chen, D. L., Tice, J. D., et al. (2006). Nanoliter microfluidic hybrid method for simultaneous screening and optimization validated with crystallization of membrane proteins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 103(51), 19243-19248. Retrieved from

Lipinski, C. A. (2006). The anti-intellectual effects of intellectual property. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 10(4), 380-383. Retrieved from

Muegge, I., & Oloff, S. (2006). Advances in virtual screening. Drug Discovery Today: Technologies, 3(4), 405-411. Retrieved from

Ogretmen, B. (2006). Sphingolipids in cancer: Regulation of pathogenesis and therapy. FEBS Letters, 580(23), 5467-5476. Retrieved from

Oprea, T. I., & Tropsha, A. (2006). Target, chemical and bioactivity databases – integration is key. Drug Discovery Today: Technologies, 3(4), 357-365. Retrieved from

Paolini, G. V., Shapland, R. H. B., Van Hoorn, W. P., Mason, J. S., & Hopkins, A. L. (2006). Global mapping of pharmacological space. Nature Biotechnology, 24(7), 805-815. Retrieved from

Parker, C. N., & Bajorath, J. (2006). Towards unified compound screening strategies: A critical evaluation of error sources in experimental and virtual high-throughput screening. QSAR and Combinatorial Science, 25(12), 1153-1161. Retrieved from

Prakesch, M., Sharma, U., Sharma, M., Khadem, S., Leek, D. M., & Arya, P. (2006). Part 1. modular approach to obtaining diverse tetrahydroquinoline-derived polycyclic skeletons for use in high-throughput generation of natural-product-like chemical probes. Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry, 8(5), 715-734. Retrieved from

Richard, A. M. (2006). Future of toxicology-predictive toxicology: An expanded view of “chemical toxicity”. Chemical Research in Toxicology, 19(10), 1257-1262. Retrieved from

Richard, A. M., Gold, L. S., & Nicklaus, M. C. (2006). Chemical structure indexing of toxicity data on the internet: Moving toward a flat world. Current Opinion in Drug Discovery and Development, 9(3), 314-325. Retrieved from

Schuffenhauer, A., & Brown, N. (2006). Chemical diversity and biological activity. Drug Discovery Today: Technologies, 3(4), 387-395. Retrieved from

Schultz, C. (2006). Lipid-induced phenotypes. Nature Chemical Biology, 2(8), 396-398. Retrieved from

Seuwen, K., Ludwig, M. -., & Wolf, R. M. (2006). Receptors for protons or lipid messengers or both? Journal of Receptors and Signal Transduction, 26(5-6), 599-610. Retrieved from

Sharma, U., Srivastava, S., Prakesch, M., Sharma, M., Leek, D. M., & Arya, P. (2006). Part 2: Building diverse natural-product-like architectures from a tetrahydroaminoquinoline scaffold. modular solution- and solid-phase approaches for use in high-throughput generation of chemical probes. Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry, 8(5), 735-761. Retrieved from

Shoichet, B. K. (2006). Interpreting steep dose-response curves in early inhibitor discovery. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 49(25), 7274-7277. Retrieved from

Stahl, D., & Sibrowski, W. (2006). Editorial: Hot topic: Autoimmunity. Current Pharmaceutical Design, 12(2), 129-130. Retrieved from

Uga, H., Kuramori, C., Ohta, A., Tsuboi, Y., Tanaka, H., Hatakeyama, M., et al. (2006). A new mechanism of methotrexate action revealed by target screening with affinity beads. Molecular Pharmacology, 70(5), 1832-1839. Retrieved from

Weatherman, R. V. (2006). Untangling the estrogen receptor web. Nature Chemical Biology, 2(4), 175-176. Retrieved from

Wehling, M., & Lòˆsel, R. (2006). Non-genomic steroid hormone effects: Membrane or intracellular receptors? Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 102(1-5 SPEC. ISS.), 180-183. Retrieved from

Wild, D. J., & Wiggins, G. D. (2006). Challenges for chemoinformatics education in drug discovery. Drug Discovery Today, 11(9-10), 436-439. Retrieved from

Willighagen, E. L., Wehrens, R., & Buydens, L. M. C. (2006). Molecular chemometrics. Critical Reviews in Analytical Chemistry, 36(3-4), 189-198. Retrieved from