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2007Activation mechanisms for pseudomonas species lipase by cardiovascular drugs in vitroLin, M.C.; Laib, G.W.; Lin, C.S.; Lin, G.-
2008Activation mechanisms of butyrylcholinesterase by 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene, 3,3-dimethylbutyl-N-n-butylcarbamate, and 2-trimethylsilyl-ethyl-N-n-butylcarbamateChiou, S.Y.; Wu, Y.G.; Lin, G.-
2007Benzene-1,2-, 1,3-, and 1,4-di-N-substituted carbamates as conformationally constrained inhibitors of acetylcholinesteraseLin, M.C.; Hwang, M.T.; Chang, H.G.; Lin, C.S.; Lin, G.-
2004Benzene-di-N-octylcarbamates as conformationally constrained phospholipase A(2) inhibitorsLin, G.; 林彥甫; Lin, Y.F.; Hwang, M.T.; Lin, Y.Z.-
2007Benzene-di-N-substituted carbamates as conformationally constrained analogs of Pseudomonas lipase substratesLin, M.C.; Hwang, M.T.; Chang, H.G.; Lin, C.S.; Lin, G.-
2008Benzene-di-N-substituted carbamates as conformationally constrained substrate analogs of cholesterol esteraseChiou, S.Y.; Lin, M.C.; Hwang, M.T.; Chang, H.G.; Lin, G.-
2003Cage amines as the stopper inhibitors of cholinesterasesLin, G.; Tsai, H.J.; Tsai, Y.H.-
2009Comparison of Active Sites of Butyrylcholinesterase and Acetylcholinesterase Based on Inhibition by Geometric Isomers of Benzene-di-N-Substituted CarbamatesChiou, S.Y.; 林家立; Huang, C.F.; Hwang, M.T.; Lin, G.-
1998Conformationally restricted carbamate inhibitors of horse serum butyrylcholinesteraseLin, G.; Chen, G.H.; Ho, H.C.-
2011E339 ... R416 salt bridge of nucleoprotein as a feasible target for influenza virus inhibitorsShen, Y.F.; Chen, Y.H.; Chu, S.Y.; Lin, M.I.; Hsu, H.T.; Wu, P.Y.; Wu, C.J.; Liu, H.W.; Lin, F.Y.; Lin, G.; Hsu, P.H.; Yang, A.S.; Cheng, Y.S.E.; Wu, Y.T.; Wong, C.H.; Tsai, M.D.-
1998Enantiomeric inhibitors of cholesterol esterase and acetylcholinesteraseLin, G.; Tsai, Y.C.; Liu, H.C.; Liao, W.C.; Chang, C.H.-
1998The enhancement of enantioselectivities for lipase-catalyzed reactions by using carbamatesLin, G.; Lin, W.Y.; Shieh, C.T.-
2000Hammett-Taft cross-interaction correlations for the inhibition mechanism of cholesterol esterase by substituted phenyl N-substituted carbamatesLin, G.-
2005Highly potent and selective 4,4 '-biphenyl-4-acylate-4 '-N-n-butylcarbamate inhibitors of Pseudomonas species lipaseLin, G.; Chen, G.H.; Lu, Y.F.; Su, L.H.; Liao, P.S.-
2007Inhibition or activation of Pseudomonas species lipase by 1,2-ethylene-di-N-alkylcarbamates in detergentsLin, M.C.; 林彥甫; Lu, C.P.; Cheng, Y.R.; Lin, Y.F.; Lin, C.S.; Lin, G.-
2008Interaction mechanism between Pseudomonas species lipase and nitro compoundsLin, M.C.; Hsieh, C.W.; Tsai, H.J.; Ro, Y.R.; Lin, C.S.; Lin, G.-
2012Kinetics and Protein-Inhibitor Docking Studies of Enantiomers of exo-2-Norbornyl-N-n-butylcarbamates as Pseudomonas Lipase Inhibitors to Probe the Enantioselectivity of the EnzymeShen, Y.F.; Lin, G.-
2004Ortho effects in quantitative structure-activity relationships for acetylcholinesterase inhibition by aryl carbamatesLin, G.; 林彥甫; Liu, Y.C.; Lin, Y.F.; Wu, Y.G.-
2006Probing conformations of the glycerol backbones of triacyglycerols in the active site of lipase by 1,2-cyclopentane-carbamates: The meso effect for the enzyme inhibitionLin, G.; Lai, F.H.; Tsai, B.I.; Hsieh, C.W.; Tsai, H.J.-
2006Probing structure-function relationships of serine hydrolases and proteases with carbamate and thiocarbamate inhibitorsLin, G.; Chiou, S.Y.; Hwu, B.C.; Hsieh, C.W.-