Theodore D Sokoloski - Publications

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1989 Pharmacy Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, United States 
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1995 Doyle ML, Louie G, Dal Monte PR, Sokoloski TD. Tight binding affinities determined from thermodynamic linkage to protons by titration calorimetry. Methods in Enzymology. 259: 183-94. PMID 8538453 DOI: 10.1016/0076-6879(95)59044-7  1
1995 Liu CH, Ho HO, Hsieh MC, Sokoloski TD, Sheu MT. Studies on the in-vitro percutaneous penetration of indomethacin from gel systems in hairless mice. The Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 47: 365-72. PMID 7494184  1
1995 Liu CH, Kao YH, Chen SC, Sokoloski TD, Sheu MT. In-vitro and in-vivo studies of the diclofenac sodium controlled-release matrix tablets. The Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 47: 360-4. PMID 7494183  1
1994 Ho HO, Huang FC, Sokoloski TD, Sheu MT. The influence of cosolvents on the in-vitro percutaneous penetration of diclofenac sodium from a gel system. The Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 46: 636-42. PMID 7815275  1
1991 Senderoff RI, Sheu MT, Sokoloski TD. Fibrin based drug delivery systems. Journal of Parenteral Science and Technology : a Publication of the Parenteral Drug Association. 45: 2-6. PMID 2007966  1
1991 Sheu MT, Liu CH, Sokoloski TD. Prolongation of drug release by covalent bonding of drugs to serum albumin microbeads. Drug Design and Delivery. 7: 251-7. PMID 1834074  1
1990 Ho HO, Sheu MT, Sokoloski TD, Chen CY. Drug release from glutaraldehyde-treated fibrin gels. Drug Design and Delivery. 7: 65-73. PMID 2129006  1
1990 Senderoff RI, Weber PA, Smith DR, Sokoloski TD. Evaluation of antiproliferative agents using a cell-culture model Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 31: 2572-2578. PMID 1702410  1
1989 Rice PJ, Miller DD, Sokoloski TD, Patil PN. Pharmacologic implications of α-adrenoreceptor interactive parameters for epinephrine enantiomers in the rat vas deferens Chirality. 1: 14-19. PMID 2561990  1
1986 Sheu MT, Sokoloski TD. Entrapment of bioactive compounds within native albumin beads: III. Evaluation of parameters affecting drug release. Journal of Parenteral Science and Technology : a Publication of the Parenteral Drug Association. 40: 259-65. PMID 3819979  1
1986 Sheu MT, Moustafa MA, Sokoloski TD. Entrapment of bioactive compounds within native albumin beads: II. Effects of rate and extent of crosslinking on microbead properties Journal of Parenteral Science and Technology. 40: 253-258. PMID 3819978  1
1984 Kim MY, Sokoloski TD, Patil PN. Kinetics of the efflux of 3H-norepinephrine from rabbit irides. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology. 328: 142-7. PMID 6527703  1
1978 Salazar M, Sokoloski TD, Patil PN. Binding of dopaminergic drugs by the neuromelanin of the substantia nigra, synthetic melanins and melanin granules. Federation Proceedings. 37: 2403-7. PMID 354974  1
1977 Baweja R, Sokoloski TD, Patil PN. Competitive binding between cocaine and various drugs to synthetic levodopa melanin. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 66: 1544-7. PMID 915728  1
1977 Sokoloski TD, Mitscher LA, Yuen PH, Juvarkar JV, Hoener B. Rate and proposed mechanism of anhydrotetracycline epimerization in acid solution. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 66: 1159-65. PMID 19615 DOI: 10.1002/jps.2600660829  1
1976 Ludden TM, Malspeis L, Baggot JD, Sokoloski TD, Frank SG, Reuning RH. Tritiated naltrexone binding in plasma from several species and tissue distribution in mice Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 65: 712-716. PMID 819644 DOI: 10.1002/jps.2600650521  1
1975 Malspeis L, Bathala MS, Ludden TM, Bhat HB, Frank SG, Sokoloski TD, Morrison BE, Reuning RH. Metabolic reduction of naltrexone. I. Synthesis, separation and characterization of naloxone and naltrexone reduction products and qualitative assay of urine and bile following administration of naltrexone, alpha-naltrexol, or beta-naltrexol. Research Communications in Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology. 12: 43-65. PMID 810832  1
1974 Mitscher LA, Howison PW, Sokoloski TD. A chiroptical study of penicillins. The Journal of Antibiotics. 27: 215-20. PMID 4836653  1
1974 Hoener BA, Sokoloski TD, Mitscher LA, Malspeis L. Kinetics of dehydration of epitetracycline in solution. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 63: 1901-4. PMID 4452946  1
1974 Nazareth RI, Sokoloski TD, Witiak DT, Hopper AT. Biological significance of serum albumin binding parameters determined in vitro for clofibrate-related hypolipemic drugs: use of 2-(4'-hydroxybenzeneazo)benzoic acid to mirror L-thyroxine binding to and displacement from serum albumins. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 63: 203-11. PMID 4204981  1
1974 Nazareth RI, Sokoloski TD, Witiak DT, Hopper AT. Use of 2-(4'-hydroxybenzeneazo)benzoic acid to study the binding of L-thyroxine to serum albumins. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 63: 199-202. PMID 4204980  1
1973 Hoener BA, Sokoloski TD, Mitscher LA. Use of the 295- to 300-nanometer circular dichroism through of ribonucleic acid to study helix winding: effect of acridine orange. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 4: 455-8. PMID 4791307  1
1973 Chien YW, Sokoloski TD, Olson CL, Witiak DT, Nazareth R. Use of membrane-covered rotating-disk electrode to study binding of drugs to macromolecules: competitive binding of 2-(4'-hydroxybenzeneazo)benzoic acid and -(4-chlorophenoxy)- -methylpropionic acid to serum albumins Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 62: 440-443. PMID 4734916  1
1973 Miller RF, Sokoloski TD, Mitscher LA, Bonacci AC, Hoener BA. Use of circular dichroism in analysis of mixtures of tetracycline and 4-epitetracycline and its application to assay of commercial products. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 62: 1143-7. PMID 4714121 DOI: 10.1002/jps.2600620718  1
1973 Chien YW, Olson CL, Sokoloski TD. Steady-state and nonsteady-state transport through membranes using rotating-disk electrode polarography: description and properties of a rapid response new technique Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 62: 435-440. PMID 4691703  1
1973 Mitscher LA, Howison PW, Sokoloski TD. Circular dichroism studies of aryl diasteroisomers. 3. Cupra A spectra of chloramphenicol derivatives. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 16: 98-101. PMID 4683122  1
1973 Mitscher LA, Howison PW, LaPidus JB, Sokoloski TD. Circular dichroism studies of aryl diastereoisomers. 2. Dependence of 1 L b transition sign upon the nature of the para substituent in various chloramphenicol derivatives. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 16: 93-7. PMID 4683121  1
1972 Mitscher LA, Slater-Eng B, Sokoloski TD. Circular dichroism measurements of the tetracyclines. IV. 5-Hydroxylated derivatives. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 2: 66-72. PMID 4670489  1
1969 Witiak DT, Sokoloski TD, Whitehouse MW, Hermann F. Species difference in the competitive binding of 2-(4'-hydroxybenzeneazo)benzoic acid (HBABA) and alpha-(4-chlorophenoxy)-alpha-methylpropionic acid (CPMPA) to serum albumin. A possible model system for studying allosteric transitions. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 12: 754-61. PMID 5812181  1
1969 Mitscher LA, Bonacci AC, Slater-Eng B, Hacker AK, Sokoloski TD. Interaction of various tetracyclines with metallic cations in aqueous solutions as measured by by circular dichroism Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 9: 111-115. PMID 5396475  1
1968 Mitscher LA, Bonacci AC, Sokoloski TD. Circular dichroism and solution conformation of the tetracycline antibiotics Tetrahedron Letters. 9: 5361-5364. PMID 5684925  1
1962 SOKOLOSKI TD, HIGUCHI T. Kinetics of degradation in solution of epinephrine by molecular oxygen. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 51: 172-7. PMID 13914855  1
1959 HIGUCHI T, SOKOLOSKI TD, SCHROETER LC. Determination of epinephrine in the presence of degradation products. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association. American Pharmaceutical Association. 48: 553-7. PMID 13852314  1
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