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Smith RH

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Title Authors Year Journal
HIV-1 reverse transcriptase variants: molecular modeling of Y181C, V106A, L100I, and K103N mutations with nonnucleoside inhibitors using Monte Carlo simulations in combination with a linear response method. Smith RH 2003 Drug design and discovery
Molecular modeling calculations of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase nonnucleoside inhibitors: correlation of binding energy with biological activity for novel 2-aryl-substituted benzimidazole analogues. Smith RH 2003 Journal of medicinal chemistry
Molecular modeling of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase drug-resistant mutant strains: implications for the mechanism of polymerase action. Smith RH 1997 Protein engineering
Crystal structures of 8-Cl and 9-Cl TIBO complexed with wild-type HIV-1 RT and 8-Cl TIBO complexed with the Tyr181Cys HIV-1 RT drug-resistant mutant. Smith RH 1996 Journal of molecular biology
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