Investigation of a binding model for anti-cancer cyclohexadienones by computational chemistry and crystallography

  • R. Ren

Student thesis: Master's ThesisMaster of Philosophy

Abstract

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Date of Award2005
LanguageEnglish

Keywords

  • binding models
  • anti-cancer agents
  • cyclohexadienones
  • computational chemistry
  • crystallography

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Investigation of a binding model for anti-cancer cyclohexadienones by computational chemistry and crystallography
Ren, R. (Author). 2005

Student thesis: Master's ThesisMaster of Philosophy