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  1. Anonymous. (1995) Combinatorial chemistry: A strategy for the future - MDL information systems. Net. Sci., 1, #10014 (Available on Internet)

  2. Abraham, R., Buxbaum, S., Link, J., Smith, R., Venti, C., & Darsley, M. (1995) Screening and kinetic analysis of recombinant anti-CEA antibody fragments. J. Immunol. Method, 183, 119-125. #2817

  3. Adey, N.B., Mataragnon, A.H., Rider, J.E., Carter, J.M., & Kay, B.K. (1995) Characterization of phage that bind plastic from phage-displayed random peptide libraries. Gene, 156, 27-31. #4814

  4. Aletras, A., Barlos, K., Gatos, D., Koutsogianni, S., & Mamos, P. (1995) Application of Fmoc-Lys(Mtt)-OH in the preparation of MAPs and MAP-libraries. Epitheor. Klin. Farmacol. Farmakokinet. ,Int. Ed., 9, 129-133. #5825

  5. Ames, R.S., Tornetta, M.A., Deen, K., Jones, C.S., Swift, A.M., & Ganguly, S. (1995) Conversion of murine Fabs isolated from a combinatorial phage display library to full length immunoglobulins. J. Immunol. Method, 184, 177-186. #3190

  6. Ames, R.S., Tornetta, M.A., McMillan, L.J., Kaiser, K.F., Holmes, S.D., Appelbaum, E., Cusimano, D.M., Theisen, T.W., Gross, M.S., Jones, C.S., Silverman, C., Porter, T.G., Cook, R.M., Bennett, D., & Chaiken, I.M. (1995) Neutralizing murine monoclonal antibodies to human IL-5 isolated from hybridomas and a filamentous phage Fab display library. Journal of Immunology, 154, 6355-6364. #4698

  7. Anderson, R.C., Jarema, M.A., Shapiro, M.J., Stokes, J.P., & Ziliox, M. (1995) Analytical techniques in combinatorial chemistry: MAS CH correlation in solvent-swollen resin. J. Org. Chem., 60, 2650-2651. #2638

  8. Anderson, R. C., Jarema, M. A., Shapiro, M. J., Stokes, J. P., and Ziliox, M. NMR techniques in combinatorial chemistry. 1995. #12543

  9. Anderson, R.C., Stokes, J.P., & Shapiro, M.J. (1995) Structure determination in combinatorial chemistry: Utilization of magic angle spinning HMQC and TOCSY NMR spectra in the structure determination of Wang-bound lysine. Tetrahedron Lett., 36, 5311-5314. #2827

  10. Andris, J.S., & Capra, J.D. (1995) The molecular structure of human antibodies specific for the human immunodeficiency virus. J. Clin. Immunol., 15, 17-26. #4684

  11. Antonenko, V.V., Kulikov, N.V., Tumelty, D., Sundaram, A. & Jacobs, J.W. (1995) Combinatorial libraries by light-directed, spatially addressable parallel chemical synthesis: Fidelity of the method and application to drug discovery. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 451-452). ESCOM, Leiden. #2844

  12. Appel, J.R., Buencamino, J., Houghten, R.A. & Pinilla, C. (1995) Study of peptide-antibody interactions using a decapeptide positional scanning library. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 815-816). ESCOM, Leiden. #1311

  13. Baldwin, J.J., Burbaum, J.J., Chelsky, D., Dillard, L.W., Henderson, I., Li, G., Ohlmeyer, M.H.J., Randle, T.L., & Reader, J.C. (1995) Combinatorial libraries encoded with electrophoric tags. Eur. J. Med. Chem., 30 (supplement), 349s-358s. #2807

  14. Baldwin, J.J., Burbaum, J.J., Henderson, I., & Ohlmeyer, M.H.J. (1995) Synthesis of a small molecule combinatorial library encoded with molecular tags. J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 117, 5588-5589. #2737

  15. Bastos, M., Maeji, N.J., & Abeles, R.H. (1995) Inhibitors of human heart chymase based on a peptide library. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 92, 6738-6742. #2878

  16. Bauer, B.E. (1995) The MDL SCREEN approach to the problem of managing data from enterprise-wide high throughput screening (HTS). Net. Sci., 1, #4003 (Available on Internet)

  17. Bianchi, E., Folgori, A., Wallace, A., Nocotra, M., Acali, S., Phalipon, A., Barbato, G., Bazzo, R., Cortese, R., Felici, F., & Pessi, A. (1995) A conformationally homogenous combinatorial peptide library. J. Mol. Biol., 247, 154-160. #2812

  18. Blondelle, S.E., Takahashi, E., Dinh, K.T., & Houghten, R.A. (1995) The antimicrobial activity of hexapeptides derived from synthetic combinatorial libraries. J. Appl. Bacteriol., 78, 39-46. #2682

  19. Blondelle, S.E., Takahashi, E., Houghten, R.A. & Perez-Paya, E. (1995) Design of conformationally defined combinatorial libraries. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 85-86). ESCOM, Leiden. #2831

  20. Blondelle, S.E., Perez-Paya, E., Dooley, C.T., Pinilla, C., & Houghten, R.A. (1995) Soluble combinatorial libraries of organic, peptidomimetics and peptide diversities. TRAC-Trend. Anal. Chem., 14, 83-92. #2692

  21. Bock, J.H., & Slightom, J.L. (1995) Fluorescence-based cycle sequencing with primers selected from a nonamer library. BioTechniques, 19, 60-64. #2735

  22. Boden, P., Eden, J.M., Hodgson, J., Horwell, D.C., Pritchard, M.C., Raphy, J., & Suman-Chauhan, N. (1995) The development of a novel series of non-peptide tachykinin NK(3) receptor selective antagonists. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett., 5, 1773-1178. #10539

  23. Boehm, T.L., & Showalter, H.D.H. (1995) Expedient method for the solid-phase synthesis of aspartic acid protease inhibitors directed toward the generation of libraries. Chemtracts:Org. Chem., 8, 331-335. #3466

  24. Boojamra, C.G., Burow, K.M., & Ellman, J.A. (1995) An expedient and high-yielding method for the solid-phase synthesis of diverse 1,4-benzodiazepine-2,5-diones. J. Org. Chem., 60, 5742-5743. #3174

  25. Borman, S. (1995) Liquid-phase combinatorial synthesis technique could ease automation. C&EN, 25-28. #3006

  26. Borrego, B., Wienecke, A., & Schwienhorst, A. (1995) Combinatorial libraries by cassette mutagenesis. Nucl. Acid. Res., 23, 1834-1835. #4664

  27. Bottger, V., Stasiak, P.C., Harrison, D.L., Mellerick, D.M., & Lane, E.B. (1995) Epitope mapping of monoclonal antibodies to keratin 19 using keratin fragments, synthetic peptides and phage peptide libraries. Eur. J. Biochem., 231, 475-485. #2307

  28. Bottger, V., Bottger, A., Lane, E.B., & Spruce, B.A. (1995) Comprehensive epitope analysis of monoclonal anti-proenkephalin antibodies using phage display libraries and synthetic peptides: Revelation of antibody fine specificities caused by somatic mutations in the variable region genes. J. Mol. Biol., 247, 932-946. #3040

  29. Boutillon, C., Diesis, E., Rommens, C., Tartar, A. & Gras-Masse, H. (1995) Combinatorial immunogens: How far can we go? In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 845-846). ESCOM, Leiden. #3534

  30. Boyd, S.M., Beverley, M., Norskov, L., & Hubbard, R.E. (1995) Characterising the geometric diversity of functional groups in chemical databases. J. Comput. Aid. Molec. Design, 9, 417-424. #4678

  31. Bradbury, A., & Cattaneo, A. (1995) The use of phage display in neurobiology. Trends Neurosci., 18, 243-249. #3139

  32. Bradshaw, C.G., Magnenat, E. & Chollet, A. (1995) Screening for interactions between suitably labelled proteins and an immobilised cyclic peptide library. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 491-492). ESCOM, Leiden. #2852

  33. Bray, A.M., Valerio, R.M., Dipasquale, A.J., Greig, J., & Maeji, N.J. (1995) Multiple synthesis by the multipin method as a methodological tool. J. Peptide Sci., 1, 80-87. #2599

  34. Bray, A.M., Chiefari, D.S., Valerio, R.M., & Maeji, N.J. (1995) Rapid optimization of organic reactions on solid phase using multipin approach: Synthesis of 4-aminoproline analogues by reductive amination. Tetrahedron Lett., 36, 5081-5084. #2804

  35. Briceno, G., Chang, H., Sun, X., Schulz, P.G., & Xiang, X.D. (1995) A class of cobalt oxide magnetoresistance materials discovered with combinatorial synthesis. Science, 270, 273-275. #3553

  36. Brown, B.B., Wagner, D.S., & Geysen, H.M. (1995) A single-bead decode strategy using electrospray ionization mass spectrometry and a new photolabile linker: 3-Amino-3-(2- nitrophenyl)-propionic acid. Mol. Diversity, 1, 4-12. #2821 (Available on Internet)

  37. Bruce, J.E., Anderson, G.A., Chen, R., Cheng, X., Gale, D.C., Hofstadler, S.A., Schwartz, B.L., & Smith, R.D. (1995) Bio-affinity characterization mass spectrometry. Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom., 9, 644-650. #3147

  38. Bruno, W.J., Knill, E., Balding, D.J., Bruce, D.C., Doggett, N.A., Sawhill, W.W., Stallings, R.L., Whittaker, C.C., & Torney, D.C. (1995) Efficient pooling designs for library screening. Genomics, 26, 21-30. #6068

  39. Brussolo, J.S., & DeWitt, S.H. (1995) Automated sample handlig systems. Net. Sci., 1, #4000 (Available on Internet)

  40. Burbaum, J.J., Ohlmeyer, M.H.J., Reader, J.C., Henderson, I., Dillard, L.W., Li, G., Randle, T.L., Sigal, N.H., Chelsky, D., & Baldwin, J.J. (1995) A paradigm for drug discovery employing encoded combinatorial libraries. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 92, 6027-6031. #2732

  41. Burger, M.T., & Still, W.C. (1995) Synthetic ionophores. Encoded combinatorial libraries of cyclen- based receptors for Cu(2+) and Co(2+). J. Org. Chem., 60, 7382-7383. #3355

  42. Burioni, R., Plaisant, P., Riccio, M.L., Rossolini, G.M., Santangelo, R., Vannini, A., & Satta, G. (1995) Engineering human monoclonal antibody fragments: A recombinant enzyme-linked Fab. Microbiologica, 18, 127-133. #4655

  43. Burritt, J.B., Quinn, M.T., Jutila, M.A., Bond, C.W., & Jesaitis, A.J. (1995) Topological mapping of neutrophil cytochrome b epitopes with phage-display libraries. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 270, 16974-16980. #3142

  44. Campbell, D.A., Bermak, J.C., Burkoth, T.S., & Patel, D.V. (1995) A transition state analogue inhibitor combinatorial library. J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 117, 5381-5382. #2727

  45. Canne, L.E., Walker, S.M., & Kent, S.B.H. (1995) A general method for the synthesis of thioester resin linkers for use in the solid phase synthesis of peptide-a-thioacids. Tetrahedron Lett., 36, 1217-1220. #2357

  46. Carell, T., Wintner, E.A., Sutherland, A.J., Rebek, J.Jr., Dunayevskiy, Y.M., & Vouros, P. (1995) New promise in combinatorial chemistry: Synthesis, characterization, and screening of small-molecule libraries in solution. Chem. Biol., 2, 171-183. #2640

  47. Cargill, J. F., Maiefski, R. R., and Toyonaga, B. E. Automated combinatorial chemistry on solid phase. In: Anonymous. (Eds.) Zymark Corporation, Hopkinton, MA p.221 Proceedingds of the 13th International Symposium of Laboratory Robotics and Automation 1995. #8300

  48. Carrasco, M.R., & Still, W.C. (1995) Engineering of a synthetic receptor to alter peptide binding selectivity. Chem. Biol., 2, 205-212. #3789

  49. Cattani, P., Plaisant, P., Manzara, S., Capodicasa, N., Burioni, R., Rossolini, G.M., & Satta, G. (1995) Cloning and characterization of human recombinant antibody Fab fragments specific for types 1 and 2 Herpes Simplex virus. Microbiologica, 18, 135-142. #4697

  50. Cesareni, G., Castagnoli, L., Dente, L., Iannolo, G., Vetriani, C., Felici, F., Luzzago, A., Monaci, P., Nicosia, A. & Cortese, R. (1995) Construction and utilization of peptide libraries displayed by filamentous bacteriophage. In N.D. Zegers, W.J.A. Boersma & E. Claassen (Eds.), Immunological Recognition of Peptides in Medicine and Biology. (pp. 44-59). CRC Press,Inc., Boca Raton. #4962

  51. Chabala, J.C., Baldwin, J.J., Burbaum, J.J., Chelsky, D., Dillard, L.W., Henderson, I., Li, G., Ohlmeyer, M.H.J., Randle, T.L., Reader, J.C., Rokosz, L., & Sigal, N.H. (1995) Binary encoded small-molecule libraries in drug discovery and optimization. Perspect. Drug Disc. Design, 2, 305-318. #2905

  52. Chabala, J.C. (1995) Solid-phase combinatorial chemistry and novel tagging methods for identifying leads. Curr. Opin. Biotechnol., 6, 632-639. #4916

  53. Chakravarty, S., Mavunkel, B.J., Andy, R., & Kyle, D. (1995) Non-peptidic bradykinin receptor antagonists from a structurally directed non-peptide library. Net. Sci., 1, #10015 (Available on Internet)

  54. Chen, J., Bernstein, H.S., Chen, M., Wang, L., Ishi, M., Turck, C.W., & Coughlin, S.R. (1995) Tethered ligand library for discovery of peptide agonists. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 270, 23398-23401. #3513

  55. Chen, J.K., & Schreiber, S.L. (1995) Combinatorial synthesis and multidimensional NMR spectroscopy: An approach to understanding protein-ligand interactions. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 34, 953-969. #3416

  56. Chinnaiyan, A.M., O'Rourke, K., Tewari, M., & Dixit, V.M. (1995) FADD, a novel death domain-containing protein, interacts with the death domain of Fas and initiates apoptosis. Cell, 81, 505-512. #11192

  57. Chorev, M., Dresner-Pollak, R., Eshel, Y., & Rosenblatt, M. (1995) Approach to discovering novel therapeutic agents for osteoporosis based on integrin receptor blockade. Biopolymers, 37, 367-375. #4826

  58. Chu, S.S., & Reich, S.H. (1995) NPIT: A new reagent for quantitatively monitoring reactions of amines in combinatorial synthesis. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett., 5, 1053-1058. #3224

  59. Chu, Y.H., Kirby, D.P., & Karger, B.L. (1995) Free solution identification of candidate peptides from combinatorial libraries by affinity capillary electrophoresis/mass spectrometry. J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 117, 5419-5420. #2738

  60. Cianfriglia, M., Romagnoli, G., Tombesi, M., Poloni, F., Falasca, G., Di Modugno, F., Castagna, M., & Chersi, A. (1995) P-Glycoprotein epitope mapping. II.The murine monoclonal antibody MM6.15 to human multidrug-resistant cells binds with three distinct loops in the MDR1-P-glycoprotein extracellular domain. Int. J. Cancer, 61, 142-147. #4732

  61. Conrad, R.C., Baskerville, S., & Ellington, A.D. (1995) In vitro selection methodologies to probe RNA function and structure. Mol. Diversity, 1, 69-78. #3129 (Available on Internet)

  62. Coombs, G.S., Hazzard, J., & Corey, D.R. (1995) Kinetic characterization of a peptide inhibitor of trypsin isolated from a synthetic peptide combinatorial library. Bioorg. Med. Chem., 5, 611-614. #3417

  63. Cortese, R., Monaci, P., Nicosia, A., Luzzago, A., Felici, F., Galfre, G., Pessi, A., Tramontano, A., & Sollazzo, M. (1995) Identification of biologically active peptides using random libraries displayed on phage. Curr. Opin. Biotechnol., 6, 73-80. #2933

  64. Courtney, B.C., Williams, K.C., & Schlager, J.J. (1995) A phage display vector with improved stability, applicability and ease of manipulation. Gene, 165, 139-140. #4681

  65. Courtney, B.C., Williams, K.C., Bing, Q.A., & Schlager, J.J. (1995) Capillary gel electrophoresis as a method to determine ligation efficiency. Anal. Biochem., 228, 281-286. #6234

  66. Crameri, A., & Stemmer, W.P.C. (1995) Combinatorial multiple cassette mutagenesis creates all the permutations of mutant and wild-type sequences. BioTechniques, 18, 194-196. #2699

  67. Crosby, W.L., & Schorr, P. (1995) Principles and applications of recombinant antibody phage display technology to plant biology. Methods Cell Biol., 50, 85-99. #4151

  68. Cuervo, J.H., Weitl, F., Ostresh, J.M., Hamashin, V.T., Hannah, A.L. & Houghten, R.A. (1995) Polyalkylamine chemical combinatorial libraries. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 465-466). ESCOM, Leiden. #2846

  69. Czarnik, A.W. (1995) Why combinatorial chemistry, why now (and why you should care). Chemtracts:Org. Chem., 8, 13-18. #2809

  70. Dankwardt, S.M., Newman, S.R., & Krstenansky, J.L. (1995) Solid phase synthesis of aryl and benzylpiperazines and their application in combinatorial chemistry. Tetrahedron Lett., 36, 4923-4926. #2805

  71. Dapremont, L., Valerio, R.M., Bray, A.M., Stewart, K.M., Mason, T.J., Wang, A.W., & Maeji, N.J. (1995) Multiple synthesis using the multipin method. Physiol. Chem. Phys. Med. NMR, 27, 339-343. #5215

  72. Davies, K., & White, C. (1995) An information management architecture for combinatorial chemistry. Net. Sci., 1, #5501 (Available on Internet)

  73. Davis, P.W., Vickers, T.A., Wilson-Lingardo, L., Wyatt, J.R., Guinosso, C.J., Sanghvi, Y.S., DeBaets, E.A., Acevedo, O.L., Cook, P.D., & Ecker, D.J. (1995) Drug leads from combinatorial phosphodiester libraries. J. Med. Chem., 38, 4363-4366. #3379

  74. de Koster, H.S., Amons, R., Benckhuijsen, W.E., Feijlbrief, M., Schellekens, G.A., Welling-Wester, S., Welling, G.W. & Drijfhout, J.W. (1995) Complementary synthetic peptide libraries of limited complexity reveal high affinity binding mimotopes. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 851-852). ESCOM, Leiden. #2854

  75. de Koster, H.S., Amons, R., Benckhuijsen, W.E., Feijlbrief, M., Schellekens, G.A., & Drijfhout, J.W. (1995) The use of dedicated peptide libraries permits the discovery of high affinity binding peptides. J. Immunol. Method, 187, 179-188. #4317

  76. de Kruif, J., Boel, E., & Logtenberg, T. (1995) Selection and application of human single chain Fv antibody fragments from a semi-synthetic phage antibody display library with designed CDR3 regions. J. Mol. Biol., 248, 97-105. #3042

  77. de Kruif, J., Terstappen, L., Boel, E., & Logtenberg, T. (1995) Rapid selection of cell subpopulation-specific human monoclonal antibobies from a synthetic phage antibody library. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 92, 3938-3942. #2739

  78. Dean, P.M. (1995) Synthetic peptide combinatorial libraries (SPCLs). Exp. Opin. Ther. Patents, 5, 887-899. #4907

  79. DeLeo, F.R., Yu, L., Burritt, J.B., Loetterle, L.R., Bond, C.W., Jesaitis, A.J., & Quinn, M.T. (1995) Mapping sites of interaction of p47-phox and flavocytochrome b with random-sequence peptide phage display libraries. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 92, 7110-7114. #3138

  80. Deleuze, H., & Sherrington, D.C. (1995) Poly(p-acetoxylstyrene) resin: A prospective new support for combinatorial synthesis. J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. 2, 36, 2217-2221. #5628

  81. Deprez, B., Williard, X., Bourel, L., Coste, H., Hyafil, F. & Tartar, A. (1995) Self-deciphering, orthogonal combinatorial libraries of soluble organic compounds: Discovery of a potent V2 vasopressin antagonist. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 455-456). ESCOM, Leiden. #1673

  82. Deprez, B., Williard, X., Bourel, L., Coste, H., Hyafil, F., & Tartar, A. (1995) Orthogonal combinatorial chemical libraries. J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 117, 5405-5406. #2724

  83. deStevens, G. (1995) Heterocyclic diversity: The road to biological activity. In E. Jucker (Ed.), Progress in Drug Research. (pp. 9-47). Birkh user Verlag, Basel. #3257

  84. DeWitt, S.H., Schroeder, M.C., & Stankovic, C.J. (1995) Integration and automation of multiple, simultaneous organic synthesis on a solid support. Amer. Lab., 26AA-26BB. #2421

  85. DeWitt, S.H. (1995) Combinatorial libraries and high throughput synthesis. In C.G. Wermuth (Ed.), The Practice of Medicinal Chemistry. Academic Press, London. #2419

  86. DeWitt, S.H., & Czarnik, A.W. (1995) Automated synthesis and combinatorial chemistry. Curr. Opin. Biotechnol., 6, 640-645. #8207

  87. Ding, Y., Kanie, O., Labbe, J., Palcic, M.M., Ernst, B. & Hindsgaul, O. (1995) Synthesis and biological activity of oligosaccharide libraries. In A. Alavi & J.S. Axford (Eds.), Advances in Experimental medicine and Biology: Glycoimmunology. (pp. 261-269). Plenum Press, New York. #3811

  88. Ditzel, H.J., Binley, J.M., Moore, J.P., Sodroski, J., Sullivan, N., Sawyer, L.S.W., Hendry, R.M., Yang, W.P., Barbas, C.F.I., & Burton, D.R. (1995) Neutralizing recombinant human antibodies to a conformational V2- and CD4-binding site-sensitive epitope of HIV-1 gp120 isolated by using an epitope-masking procedure. Journal of Immunology, 154, 893-906. #2272

  89. Domingo, G.J., Leatherbarrow, R.J., Freeman, N., Patel, S., & Weir, M. (1995) Synthesis of a mixture of cyclic peptides based on the Bowman-Birk reactive site loop to screen for serine protease inhibitors. Int. J. Peptide Prot. Res., 46, 79-87. #2729

  90. Dooley, C.T., & Houghten, R.A. (1995) Identification of mu-selective polyamine antagonists from a synthetic combinatorial library. Analgesia, 1, 400-404. #9383

  91. Dooley, C.T., Kaplan, R.A., Chung, N.N., Schiller, P.W., Bidlack, J.M., & Houghten, R.A. (1995) Six highly active Mu-selective opioid peptides identified from two synthetic combinatorial libraries. Peptide Res., 8, 124-137. #2726

  92. Dooley, C.T., & Houghten, R.A. (1995) A comparison of combinatorial library approaches for the study of opioid compounds. Perspect. Drug Disc. Design, 2, 287-304. #2904

  93. Dooley, C.T., Hope, S.K. & Houghten, R.A. (1995) Identification of tetrameric opioid peptides from a combinatorial library composed of L-, D- and non-proteinogenic amino acids. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 805-806). ESCOM, Leiden. #1837

  94. Dorner, B., Ostresh, J.M., Husar, G.M. & Houghten, R.A. (1995) Extending the range of molecular diversity through amide alkylation of peptide libraries. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 463-464). ESCOM, Leiden. #1606

  95. Duenas, M., Ayala, M., Vazquez, J., Ohlin, M., Soderlind, E., Borrebaeck, C.A.K., & Gavilondo, J.V. (1995) A point mutation in a murine immunoglobulin V-region strongly influences the antibody yield in Escherichia coli. Gene, 158, 61-66. #2819

  96. Dunayevskiy, Y.M., Vouros, P., Carell, T., Wintner, E.A., & Rebek, J.Jr. (1995) Characterization of the complexity of small molecule libraries by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry. Anal. Chem., 67, 2906-2915. #3192

  97. Dybwad, A., Forre, O., Natvig, J.B., & Sioud, M. (1995) Structural characterization of peptides that bind synovial fluid antibodies from RA patients: A novel strategy for identification of disease-related epitopes using a random peptide library. Clin. Immunol. Immunopathol., 75, 45-50. #4731

  98. Ecker, D.J., & Crooke, S.T. (1995) Combinatorial drug discovery: Which methods will produce the greatest value? Biotechnology, 13, 351-360. #4056

  99. Eden, J., Hodgson, J., Horwell, D.C., Howson, W., Pritchard, M.C. & Raphy, J. (1995) The development of a high affinity NK(3) receptor antagonist. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 712-713). ESCOM, Leiden. #2853

  100. Efimov, V.P., Nepluev, I.V., & Mesyanzhinov, V.V. (1995) Bacteriophage T4 as a surface display vector. Virus Genes, 10, 173-177. #3252

  101. Egner, B.J., Langley, G.J., & Bradley, M. (1995) Solid phase chemistry: Direct monitoring by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time of flight mass spectrometry.A tool for combinatorial chemistry. J. Org. Chem., 60, 2652-2653. #2639

  102. Eichler, J., Lucka, A.W. & Houghten, R.A. (1995) Cyclic peptide template synthetic combinatorial libraries. In H.L.S. Maia (Ed.), Peptides 94, Proc.23.EPS. (pp. 461-462). ESCOM, Leiden. #1684

  103. Eichler, J., Appel, J.R., Blondelle, S.E., Dooley, C.T., Dorner, B., Ostresh, J.M., Perez-Paya, E., Pinilla, C., & Houghten, R.A. (1995) Peptide, peptidomimetic, and organic synthetic combinatorial libraries. Med. Res. Rev., 15, 481-496. #3470

  104. Eichler, J., & Houghten, R.A. (1995) Generation and utilization of synthetic combinatorial libraries. Mol. Med. Today, 1, 174-180. #3199

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