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-Kinetics and mechanisms of acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase inhibition by cardiovascular drugs and, benzodiazepinesChiou, S.Y.; Lai, G.W.; Tsai, Y.H.; Lee, Y.R.; Lin, L.Y.; Lin, G.L.-
-Kinetics and mechanisms of cholesterol esterase inhibition by cardiovascular drugs in vitroChiou, S.Y.; Lai, G.W.; Lin, L.Y.; Lin, G.L.-
-Kinetics and Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships for Pseudomonas sp. Lipase-Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Both Monoesters and Diesters of Ethylene GlycolChiou, S.Y.; 林彥甫; Cheng, Y.R.; Lu, C.P.; Lin, Y.F.; Lin, L.Y.; Lin, G.L.-
-Microwave-promoted lipase-catalyzed reactionsLin, G.L.; Lin, W.Y.-
-Molecular recognition by acetylcholinesterase at the peripheral anionic site: Structure-activity relationships for inhibitions by aryl carbamatesLin, G.L.; Lai, C.Y.; Liao, W.C.-
-Ortho effects and cross interaction correlations for the mechanisms of cholesterol esterase inhibition by aryl carbamatesLin, G.L.; Liu, Y.C.; Wu, Y.G.; Lee, Y.R.-
-Ortho effects for inhibition mechanisms of butyrylcholinesterase by o-substituted phenyl N-butyl carbamates and comparison with acetylcholinesterase, cholesterol esterase, and lipaseLin, G.L.; Lee, Y.R.; Liu, Y.C.; Wu, Y.G.-
-Ortho effects in quantitative structure activity relationships for lipase inhibition by aryl carbamatesLin, G.L.; Liu, Y.C.; Wu, Y.G.; Lee, Y.R.-
-Protection of seismic structures using semi-active friction TMDLin, C.C.; 林其璋; Lin, G.L.; Wang, J.F.-
-QSAR for Inhibition of Pseudomonas Species Lipase by 1-Acyloxy-3-N-n-octylcarbamyl-benzenesChiou, S.Y.; 林家立; Yu, G.Y.; Lin, G.L.-
-QSAR for phospholipase A(2) inhibitions by 1-acyloxy-3-N-n-octylcarbamyl-benzenesLin, G.L.; Yu, G.Y.-
-QSARs for peripheral anionic site of butyrylcholinesterase with inhibitions by 4-Acyloxy-biphenyl-4 '-N-butylcarbamatesLin, G.L.; Chen, G.H.; Lu, C.P.; Yeh, S.C.-
-Quantitative structure-activity relationships for the pre-steady state of Pseudomonas species lipase inhibitions by p-nirophenyl-N-substituted carbamatesLin, G.L.; Liao, W.C.; Ku, Z.H.-
-A rate determining step change in the pre-steady state of acetylcholinesterase inhibitions by 1,n-alkane-di-N-butylcarbamatesLin, G.L.; Tseng, H.C.; Chio, A.C.; Tseng, T.M.; Tsai, B.Y.-
-Stereo-Specific Inhibition of Acetyl- and Butyryl-Cholinesterases by Enantiomers of Cis,Cis-Decahydro-2-naphthyl-N-n-butylcarbamateLin, M.C.; Yeh, S.J.; Chen, I.R.; Lin, G.L.-
-Stereoselective Inhibition of Cholesterol Esterase by Enantiomers of exo- and endo-2-Norbornyl-N-n-butylcarbamatesLin, M.C.; Yeh, S.J.; Chen, I.R.; Lin, G.L.-
-Structure-reactivity probes for active site shapes of cholesterol esterase by carbamate inhibitorsLin, G.L.; Shieh, C.T.; Tsai, Y.C.; Hwang, C.I.; Lu, C.P.; Chen, G.H.-
-Structure-reactivity relationships as probes for the inhibition mechanism of cholesterol esterase by aryl carbamates. I. Steady-state kineticsLin, G.L.; Lai, C.Y.; Liao, W.C.; Kuo, B.H.; Lu, C.P.-
-Structure-reactivity relationships as probes to acetylcholinesterase inhibition mechanisms by aryl carbanates. II. Hammett-Taft cross-interaction correlationsLin, G.L.-
-Structure-reactivity relationships as probes to acetylcholinesterase inhibition mechanisms by aryl carbarnates. I. Steady-state kineticsLin, G.L.; Lai, C.Y.; Liao, W.C.-