James D. McChesney, Ph. D.
|1978-||Medicinal Chemistry||University of Mississippi Shoool of Pharmacy|
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|Thompson TN, Gonzalez-Sierra M, Mcchesney JD. (1986) Synthesis of Hydrophenanthrene Natural Products: A Novel Approach. Cheminform. 17|
|Gonzalez-Sierra M, Leader HN, Mcchesney JD. (1986) Stereoselective Synthesis of 4a-Methyloctahydrophenanthrenes: A Novel Approach. Cheminform. 17|
|McChesney JD, Gonzalez-Sierra M. (1985) Antifungal activity of some substituted pyrimidines. Pharmaceutical Research. 2: 146-7|
|Thompson TN, Sierra MG, Mcchesney JD. (1985) Synthesis of hydrophenanthrene natural products: a novel approach. 1. Stereoselective synthesis of resin acid synthons Journal of Organic Chemistry. 50: 4447-4450|
|Fonseca SF, Rúveda EA, McChesney JD. (1980) 13C NMR analysis of podophyllotoxin and some of its derivatives Phytochemistry. 19: 1527-1530|
|Campbell AL, Leader HN, Sierra MG, et al. (1979) Substituted 4a-methyloctahydrophenanthrenes: conformation and proton magnetic resonance characteristics Journal of Organic Chemistry. 44: 2755-2757|
|Gonzalez-Sierra M, Leader HN, McChesney JD. (1979) Stereoselective synthesis of 4a-methyloctahydrophenanthrenes: a novel approach. 1. C-2 and C-3 substituted series Journal of Organic Chemistry. 50: 4450-4456|
|Campbell AL, Leader HN, Sierra MG, et al. (1979) Substituted 4a-methyloctahydrophenanthrenes: conformation and proton magnetic resonance characteristics Cheminform. 10|
|Wenkert E, McChesney JD, Watts DJ. (1970) Interconversions of some diterpenic constituents of Podocarpus ferrugineus Journal of Organic Chemistry. 35: 2422-2423|
|Wenkert E, Fuchs A, McChesney JD. (1965) Chemical Artifacts from the Family Labiatae Journal of Organic Chemistry. 30: 2931-2934|