Make the most of the last month of free access from MedChemComm

Free online access to MedChemComm will finish at the end of 2011, but there is still time to take a look at all the articles we’ve published so far free of charge.

Don’t know where to start?  Why not take a look at some of the top accessed articles over the last year:

Molecular obesity is weighing down drug discovery
Michael M. Hann, DOI: 10.1039/C1MD00017A

Michael Hann from GSK suggests that the search for potency can lead to drug molecules that are too large and liphophilic to make it to market, coining the term ‘molecular obesity‘ to describe the risk that this presents to the fitness of lead compounds.

Drugs that go beyond the rule of five – or do they?
Alexander Alex et al., DOI: 10.1039/C1MD00093D

David S. Millan and colleagues at Pfizer R&D explore the influence of intramolecular hydrogen bonding on the membrane permeability and bioavailability drugs which operate outside of the traditional rule of five – are they actually much closer to rule of five space than previously thought?

New antibiotics to repair faulty genes
Jeyakumar Kandasamy et al,. DOI: 10.1039/C0MD00195C

Timor Baasov and co-workers developed new aminoglycoside derivatives to suppress nonsense mutations, which result in a variety of genetic diseases, that show enhanced targeting and reduced cell toxicity compared to a leading antibiotic.

Novel indolizine compounds as potent inhibitors of phosphodiesterase IV (PDE4): structure–activity relationship
Shoujun Chen et al., DOI: 10.1039/C0MD00215A

2-Anilinonicotinyl linked 1,3,4-oxadiazole derivatives: Synthesis, antitumour activity and inhibition of tubulin polymerization
Ahmed Kamal et al., DOI: 10.1039/C0MD00177E

Impact of ion class and time on oral drug molecular properties
Paul D. Leeson, Stephen A. St-Gallay and Mark C. Wenlock, DOI: 10.1039/C0MD00157K

Structure–activity relationships of methyl-lysine reader antagonists
J. Martin Herold and Stephen V. Frye et al., DOI: 10.1039/C1MD00195G

New insight into the mode of action of vancomycin dimers in bacterial cell wall synthesis
Osamu Yoshida et al., DOI: 10.1039/C0MD00230E

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