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Whelton Miller
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Broni, E., Ashley, C., Velazquez, M., Khan, S., Striegel, A., Sakyi, P.O., Peracha, S., Bebla, K., Sodhi, M., Kwofie, S.K., Ademokunwa, A, and Miller III, W.A. In Silico Discovery of Potential Inhibitors Targeting the RNA Binding Loop of ADAR2 and 5-HT2CR from Traditional Chinese Natural Compounds. International journal of molecular sciences ; 24 16 12612
Sakyi, P. O., Broni, E., Amewu, R. K., Miller III, W. A., Wilson, M. D., & Kwofie, S. K. Targeting Leishmania donovani sterol methyltransferase for leads using pharmacophore modeling and computational molecular mechanics studies. Informatics in medicine unlocked ; 37 101162
Broni, E; Miller, WA Computational Analysis Predicts Correlations among Amino Acids in SARS-CoV-2 Proteomes. Biomedicines ; 11 2
Sakyi, PO; Kwofie, SK; Tuekpe, JK; Gwira, TM; Broni, E; Miller, WA; Wilson, MD; Amewu, RK Inhibiting Sterol Methyltransferase to Identify Lead Compounds Using Molecular Modelling. Pharmaceuticals (Basel, Switzerland) ; 16 3
Broni, E; Ashley, C; Adams, J; Manu, H; Aikins, E; Okom, M; Miller, WA; Wilson, MD; Kwofie, SK Cheminformatics-Based Study Identifies Potential Ebola VP40 Inhibitors. International journal of molecular sciences ; 24 7
Broni, E; Striegel, A; Ashley, C; Sakyi, PO; Peracha, S; Velazquez, M; Bebla, K; Sodhi, M; Kwofie, SK; Ademokunwa, A; Khan, S; Miller, WA Molecular Docking and Dynamics Simulation Studies Predict Potential Anti-ADAR2 Inhibitors: Implications for the Treatment of Cancer, Neurological, Immunological and Infectious Diseases. International journal of molecular sciences ; 24 7
Kwofie, SK; Asiedu, SO; Koranteng, R; Quarshie, E; Tiburu, EK; Miller, WA; Adinortey, MB; Wilson, MD Computer-aided identification of potential inhibitors against glutathione -transferase 3. Informatics in medicine unlocked ; 30
Sakyi, PO; Broni, E; Amewu, RK; Miller, WA; Wilson, MD; Kwofie, SK Homology Modeling, Design of Ligands, and Molecular Docking Identify Potential Inhibitors of 24-Sterol Methyltransferase. FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR AND INFECTION MICROBIOLOGY ; 12
Agyapong, O; Miller, WA; Wilson, MD; Kwofie, SK Development of a proteochemometric-based support vector machine model for predicting bioactive molecules of tubulin receptors. Molecular diversity ;
Agyapong, O; Asiedu, SO; Kwofie, SK; Miller, WA; Parry, CS; Sowah, RA; Wilson, MD Molecular modelling and fragment-based design of potential inhibitors of beta-tubulin gene of from natural products. Informatics in medicine unlocked ; 26
Sakyi, PO; Amewu, RK; Devine, RNOA; Bienibuor, AK; Miller, WA; Kwofie, SK Unravelling the myth surrounding sterol biosynthesis as plausible target for drug design against leishmaniasis. Journal of parasitic diseases : official organ of the Indian Society for Parasitology ; 45 4
Kwofie, SK; Broni, E; Yunus, FU; Nsoh, J; Adoboe, D; Miller, WA; Wilson, MD Molecular Docking Simulation Studies Identifies Potential Natural Product Derived-Antiwolbachial Compounds as Filaricides against Onchocerciasis. Biomedicines ; 9 11
Sakyi, PO; Amewu, RK; Devine, RNOA; Ismaila, E; Miller, WA; Kwofie, SK The Search for Putative Hits in Combating Leishmaniasis: The Contributions of Natural Products Over the Last Decade. Natural products and bioprospecting ;
Broni, E; Kwofie, SK; Asiedu, SO; Miller, WA; Wilson, MD A Molecular Modeling Approach to Identify Potential Antileishmanial Compounds Against the Cell Division Cycle (cdc)-2-Related Kinase 12 (CRK12) Receptor of . Biomolecules ; 11 3
Kwofie, SK; Adobor, C; Quansah, E; Bentil, J; Ampadu, M; Miller, WA; Wilson, MD Molecular docking and dynamics simulations studies of OmpATb identifies four potential novel natural product-derived anti-Mycobacterium tuberculosis compounds. Computers in biology and medicine ; 122
Kwofie, SK; Enninful, KS; Yussif, JA; Asante, LA; Adjei, M; Kan-Dapaah, K; Tiburu, EK; Mensah, WA; Miller, WA; Mosi, L; Wilson, MD Molecular Informatics Studies of the Iron-Dependent Regulator (ideR) Reveal Potential Novel Anti- Natural Product-Derived Compounds. Molecules (Basel, Switzerland) ; 24 12
Kwofie, SK; Broni, E; Teye, J; Quansah, E; Issah, I; Wilson, MD; Miller, WA; Tiburu, EK; Bonney, JHK Pharmacoinformatics-based identification of potential bioactive compounds against Ebola virus protein VP24. Computers in biology and medicine ; 113
Kumar Singh; Rajendran; Singh; Kumar; Kumar; Singh; Miller; Potemkin; Poonam; Grishina; Gupta; Kempaiah; Durvasula; Singh; Dunn; Rathi Antiplasmodial activity of hydroxyethylamine analogs: Synthesis, biological activity and structure activity relationship of plasmepsin inhibitors. Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry ; 26 13