Edward Hyde
Edward Hyde
HydeTech Consulting and Adjunct Faculty Kean University
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Natural toxins from cyanobacteria (blue-green algae)
WW Carmichael, NA Mahmood, EG Hyde
High throughput screening for small molecule inhibitors of heparin-induced tau fibril formation
A Crowe, C Ballatore, E Hyde, JQ Trojanowski, VMY Lee
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 358 (1), 1-6, 2007
Dysinosin A: a novel inhibitor of Factor VIIa and thrombin from a new genus and species of Australian sponge of the family Dysideidae
AR Carroll, GK Pierens, G Fechner, P de Almeida Leone, A Ngo, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (45), 13340-13341, 2002
Structure and Function of the Third Intracellular Loop of the 5‐Hydroxytryptamine2A Receptor: The Third Intracellular Loop Is α‐Helical and Binds Purified Arrestins
EI Gelber, WK Kroeze, BL Roth, JA Gray, CA Sinar, EG Hyde, V Gurevich, ...
Journal of neurochemistry 72 (5), 2206-2214, 1999
Actinophyllic Acid, a Potent Indole Alkaloid Inhibitor of the Coupled Enzyme Assay Carboxypeptidase U/Hippuricase from the Leaves of Alstonia a ctinophylla (Apocynaceae)
AR Carroll, E Hyde, J Smith, RJ Quinn, G Guymer, PI Forster
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 70 (3), 1096-1099, 2005
Brain-penetrant, orally bioavailable microtubule-stabilizing small molecules are potential candidate therapeutics for Alzheimer’s disease and related tauopathies
K Lou, Y Yao, AT Hoye, MJ James, AS Cornec, E Hyde, B Gay, VMY Lee, ...
Journal of medicinal chemistry 57 (14), 6116-6127, 2014
Anatoxin‐a (s), a naturally occurring organophosphate, is an irreversible active site‐directed inhibitor of acetylcholinesterase (EC 3.1. 1.7)
EG Hyde, WW Carmichael
Journal of Biochemical Toxicology 6 (3), 195-201, 1991
Dysinosins B−D, Inhibitors of Factor VIIa and Thrombin from the Australian Sponge Lamellodysidea chlorea
AR Carroll, MS Buchanan, A Edser, E Hyde, M Simpson, RJ Quinn
Journal of natural products 67 (8), 1291-1294, 2004
Discovery of brain-penetrant, orally bioavailable aminothienopyridazine inhibitors of tau aggregation
C Ballatore, KR Brunden, F Piscitelli, MJ James, A Crowe, Y Yao, E Hyde, ...
Journal of medicinal chemistry 53 (9), 3739-3747, 2010
Sensitive fluorescence polarization technique for rapid screening of α-synuclein oligomerization/fibrillization inhibitors
KC Luk, EG Hyde, JQ Trojanowski, VMY Lee
Biochemistry 46 (44), 12522-12529, 2007
Engineering a region of bulk tolerance in the 5-HT2A receptor
RB Westkaemper, EG Hyde, MS Choudhary, N Khan, EI Gelbar, ...
European journal of medicinal chemistry 34 (5), 441-447, 1999
Paclitaxel C-10 carbamates: potential candidates for the treatment of neurodegenerative tauopathies
C Ballatore, E Hyde, RF Deiches, VMY Lee, JQ Trojanowski, D Huryn, ...
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters 17 (13), 3642-3646, 2007
Use of cyclic anabaenopeptin-type peptides for the treatment of a condition wherein inhibition of carboxypeptidase U is beneficial, novel anabaenopeptin derivatives and …
P Bjorquist, M Buchanan, M Campitelli, A Carroll, E Hyde, J Neve, ...
US Patent App. 10/578,022, 2008
Irreversible inhibitors of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors: isolation and structural characterization of the biologically active solvolysis products of bipinnatin-A and …
EG Hyde, A Boyer, P Tang, Y Xu, SN Abramson
Journal of medicinal chemistry 38 (12), 2231-2238, 1995
Evidence for a carbocation intermediate during conversion of bipinnatin-A and-C into irreversible inhibitors of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors
EG Hyde, SM Thornhill, AJ Boyer, SN Abramson
Journal of medicinal chemistry 38 (23), 4704-4709, 1995
Pharmacology of 5-HT2 Receptors
BL Roth, EG Hyde
Serotoninergic Neurons and 5-HT Receptors in the CNS, 367-394, 2000
Cardenolide Glycosides from Elaeodendron australe var. integrifolium
MS Butler, L Towerzey, NB Pham, E Hyde, GP Guymer, RJ Quinn
Phytochemistry 98, 160-163, 2014
Cellular mechanisms of action for freshwater Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) toxins
WW Carmichael, NA Mahmood, EG Hyde
Microbial Toxins in Foods and Feeds: Cellular and Molecular Modes of Action …, 1990
Freshwater Cyanobacteria (Blue-Green Algae) Toxins: Isolation and Characterization
WW Carmichael, W Evans, A Kaup, ...
Brain-penetrant, orally bioavailable microtubule-stabilizing small molecules as potential candidates for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease and related tauopathies
C Ballatore, K Lou, A Hoye, B Gay, AS Cornec, MJ James, Y Yao, E Hyde, ...
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