edoc

Items where contributor is "Bezençon, Jacqueline"

Up a level
Export as [feed] Atom [feed] RSS 1.0 [feed] RSS 2.0
Group by: Date | Item Type | Refereed | No Grouping
Jump to: 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014

2017

Pang, Lijuan and Bezençon, Jacqueline and Kleeb, Simon and Rabbani, Said and Sigl, Anja and Smiesko, Martin and Sager, Christoph P. and Eris, Deniz and Schwardt, Oliver and Ernst, Beat. (2017) FimH antagonists - solubility vs. permeability. In: Carbohydrate Chemistry. London, pp. 248-273.

2016

Kleeb, Simon and Jiang, Xiaohua and Frei, Priska and Sigl, Anja and Bezençon, Jacqueline and Bamberger, Karen and Schwardt, Oliver and Ernst, Beat. (2016) FimH Antagonists: Phosphate Prodrugs Improve Oral Bioavailability. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 59 (7). pp. 3163-3182.

2015

Marelli, Udaya Kiran and Bezençon, Jacqueline and Puig, Eduard and Ernst, Beat and Kessler, Horst. (2015) Enantiomeric cyclic peptides with different Caco-2 permeability suggest carrier-mediated transport. Chemistry - A European Journal, 21 (22). pp. 8023-8027.

Kleeb, Simon and Pang, Lijuan and Mayer, Katharina and Eris, Deniz and Sigl, Anja and Preston, Roland C. and Zihlmann, Pascal and Sharpe, Timothy and Jakob, Roman P. and Abgottspon, Daniela and Hutter, Aline S. and Scharenberg, Meike and Jiang, Xiaohua and Navarra, Giulio and Rabbani, Said and Smiesko, Martin and Lüdin, Nathalie and Bezençon, Jacqueline and Schwardt, Oliver and Maier, Timm and Ernst, Beat. (2015) FimH Antagonists: Bioisosteres To Improve the in Vitro and in Vivo PK/PD Profile. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 58 (5). pp. 2221-2239.

Bezençon, Jacqueline. The potential of in vitro pharmacokinetic profiling to predict oral bioavailability of carbohydrate mimetics and cyclic hexapeptides. 2015, PhD Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.

2014

Bezençon, Jacqueline and Wittwer, Matthias B. and Cutting, Brian and Smieško, Martin and Wagner, Bjoern and Kansy, Manfred and Ernst, Beat. (2014) pKa determination by 1H NMR spectroscopy - an old methodology revisited. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 93. pp. 147-155.