Joanne H. Tocher

1983-1984 Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
"Joanne Tocher"
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Tocher JH. (2001) Selective interaction of tirapazamine with DNA bases and DNA. A comparison of cyclic voltammetry and electrolysis techniques. Free Radical Research. 35: 159-66
Tocher JH. (1997) Reductive activation of nitroheterocyclic compounds. General Pharmacology. 28: 485-7
Tocher JH, Edwards DI. (1995) The interaction of nitroaromatic drugs with aminothiols. Biochemical Pharmacology. 50: 1367-71
Tocher JH, Edwards DI, Thomas A. (1994) The reactivity of chloramphenicol reduction products with DNA bases. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics. 29: 307-10
Tocher JH, Edwards DI. (1994) Evidence for the direct interaction of reduced metronidazole derivatives with DNA bases. Biochemical Pharmacology. 48: 1089-94
Tocher JH, Edwards DI. (1994) Electrochemical studies of tirapazamine: generation of the one-electron reduction product. Free Radical Research. 21: 277-83
Naylor MA, Stephens MA, Nolan J, et al. (1993) Heterocyclic mono-N-oxides with potential applications as bioreductive anti-tumour drugs: Part 1. 8-Alkylamino-substituted phenylimidazo [1,2-a] quinoxalines. Anti-Cancer Drug Design. 8: 439-61
Tocher JH, Edwards DI. (1992) The interaction of reduced metronidazole with DNA bases and nucleosides. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics. 22: 661-3
Dale LD, Tocher JH, Dyson TM, et al. (1992) Studies on DNA damage and induction of SOS repair by novel multifunctional bioreducible compounds. II. A metronidazole adduct of a ruthenium-arene compound. Anti-Cancer Drug Design. 7: 3-14
Symons T, Tocher JH, Tocher DA, et al. (1991) Electrochemical studies of nitroheterocyclic compounds of biological interest. VII. Effect of electrode material. Free Radical Research Communications. 14: 33-40
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