Christopher W. Cunningham, Ph.D.

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2003-2008 Pharmaceutical Sciences University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
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Medicinal Chemistry
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https://cunninghamlab.wordpress.com/
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Terashvili M, Talluri B, Palangmonthip W, et al. (2021) Peripheral antinociceptive effects of a bifunctional μ and δ opioid receptor ligand in rat model of inflammatory bladder pain. Neuropharmacology. 196: 108701
Mada S, Gerak LR, Soyer A, et al. (2020) Behavioral effects of benzylideneoxymorphone (BOM), a low efficacy µ opioid receptor agonist and a δ opioid receptor antagonist. Psychopharmacology
Cunningham CW, Elballa WM, Vold SU. (2019) Bifunctional opioid receptor ligands as novel analgesics. Neuropharmacology
Burns SM, Cunningham CW, Mercer SL. (2018) DARK Classics in Chemical Neuroscience: Fentanyl. Acs Chemical Neuroscience
Devereaux AL, Mercer SL, Cunningham CW. (2018) DARK Classics in Chemical Neuroscience: Morphine. Acs Chemical Neuroscience
Healy JR, Bezawada P, Griggs NW, et al. (2016) Benzylideneoxymorphone: A new lead for development of bifunctional mu/delta opioid receptor ligands. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters
Cunningham CW, Deschamps JR, Coop A. (2014) A One-Step Synthesis of -Bromocodide from Codeine. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacology. 1: 54-56
Metcalf MD, Rosicky AD, Hassan HE, et al. (2014) Opioids and efflux transporters. Part 4: influence of N-substitution on P-glycoprotein substrate activity of noroxymorphone analogues. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 24: 3592-5
Cunningham CW, Deschamps JR, Coop A. (2014) A One-Step Synthesis of -Bromocodide from Codeine Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacology. 1: 54-56
Motel WC, Coop A, Cunningham CW. (2013) Cholinergic modulation by opioid receptor ligands: potential application to Alzheimer's disease. Mini Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry. 13: 456-66
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