wirewound (Newbee)
12-18-01 12:02
No 248740
      library of compounds  Bookmark   


nice we link.ok maybe a good read.
(Hive Bee)
12-18-01 12:31
No 248743
      Re: serotonin,history & physiological inportantanc  Bookmark   

Nice work. But read http://www.erowid.org/library/books_online/tihkal/tihkal55.shtml and then reread the introduction again.

Or, in short: Developing SAR's and structure-affinity relationships (SAFIR's) is a nice idea, but it has limited value, because the end result is the effect of several dozens of SARs and SAFIR's on top of each other, combined with some SARs you haven't discovered yet, plus the `secondary effects' resulting from systems responding to the response evoked by your target molecule.

(Basically:It's an interesting study, but just a little pretentious.)
(Hive Bee)
12-19-01 19:33
No 249143
      Re: library of compounds  Bookmark   

I didn't see an author's name on that?  You'd think if someone posted their research they'd at least stamp it with their name.

Ya notice they referenced Tihkal!
12-20-01 05:24
No 249261
      Re: serotonin,history & physiological inportantanc  Bookmark   

Wirewound, nice find, thanks! Yellium, as you say, this is not an easy subject to study but, you have to start somewhere and they have researched the topic well. You seem to know your way around: How would you improve their approach?