Melissa M. Gajewski, Ph.D.

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2011 Chemistry University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
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Organic Chemistry
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Jack A. Tuszynski grad student 2011 University of Alberta
 (Host/Guest Chemistry: From Rings and Metals to Proteins and Drugs.)
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Tseng CY, Gajewski M, Danani A, et al. (2014) Homology and molecular dynamics models of toll-like receptor 7 protein and its dimerization. Chemical Biology & Drug Design. 83: 656-65
Ravanbakhsh S, Gajewski M, Greiner R, et al. (2013) Determination of the optimal tubulin isotype target as a method for the development of individualized cancer chemotherapy. Theoretical Biology & Medical Modelling. 10: 29
Gajewski MM, Tuszynski JA, Barakat K, et al. (2013) Interactions of laulimalide, peloruside, and their derivatives with the isoforms of β-tubulin Canadian Journal of Chemistry. 91: 511-517
Tuszynski JA, Craddock TJ, Mane JY, et al. (2012) Modeling the yew tree tubulin and a comparison of its interaction with paclitaxel to human tubulin. Pharmaceutical Research. 29: 3007-21
Barakat K, Gajewski M, Tuszynski JA. (2012) DNA repair inhibitors: the next major step to improve cancer therapy. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry. 12: 1376-90
Gajewski MM, Alisaraie L, Tuszynski JA. (2012) Peloruside, laulimalide, and noscapine interactions with beta-tubulin. Pharmaceutical Research. 29: 2985-93
Barakat KH, Gajewski MM, Tuszynski JA. (2012) DNA polymerase beta (pol β) inhibitors: a comprehensive overview. Drug Discovery Today. 17: 913-20
Gajewski M, Tuszynski J, Mori H, et al. (2008) DFT studies of the electronic structure and geometry of 18-crown-6, hexaaza[18]annulene, and their complexes with cations of the heavier alkali and alkaline earth metals Inorganica Chimica Acta. 361: 2166-2171
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