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INBRE Peer-Reviewed Publications

Publications: 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

 2013

 

  1. “Manipulating In-House Designed Drug Databases for the Prediction of pH-Dependent Aqueous Drug Solubility,” D’Souza, M. J.; AlAbed, G. J.; Earley, M.; Roberts, N.; Gerges, F. J. American Journal of Health Sciences, 2013, in press
  2. “Application of the Grunwald-Winstein Equations to Studies of Solvolytic Reactions of Chloroformate and Fluoroformate Esters,” D’Souza, M. J.; Kevill, D.N. Review Article in Research Recent Developments in Organic Chemistry, Editor, S. G.. Pandalai. Publisher, Transworld Research Network, 2013, ISBN: 978-81-7895-600-8, in press
  3. Kinetic Studies that Evaluate the Solvolytic Mechanisms of Allyl and Vinyl Chloroformate Esters,” D’Souza, M. J.; Givens, A.F.; Lorchak, P.A.; Greenwood, A.E.; Gottschall, S.M.; Carter, S.E.; Kevill, D. N. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2013, 14, 7286-7301. PMID: 23549265

2012 

  1. Inter-institutional Partnerships Propel a Successful Collaborative Undergraduate Degree Program in Chemistry,” D’Souza, M. J.; Wang, Q. J. College Teaching and Learning, 2012, 9, 245-252 NIHMSID # 407790
  2. Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of tert-Butyl Chlorothioformate and Observations Concerning the Reaction Mechanism,” Kyong, J.B.; Lee, Y.; D’Souza, M.J.; Mahon, B.P.; Kevill, D.N. Eur. J. Chem., 2012, 3, 267-272 NIHMSID#: 378708
  3. Evaluation of Electronic Effects in the Solvolyses of p-Methylphenyl and p-Chlorophenyl Chlorothionoformate Esters,” D’Souza, M. J.; Hampton, O. N.; Sansbury, B. M. Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 2013, 2012, Article ID 248534, 9 pages, NIHMSID#: 401315
  4. Nucleophilic Participation in the Solvolyses of (Arylthio)methyl Chlorides and Derivatives: Application of Simple and Extended Forms of the Grunwald-Winstein Equations,” Kevill, D. N.; Park, Y. H.; Park, B.-C.; D’Souza, M. J. Current Organic Chemistry, 2012, 16, 2012, 1502-1511, PMCID: PMC3375722
  5. Use of Linear Free Energy Relationships (LFERs) to Elucidate the Mechanisms of Reaction of a y-Methyl-B-alkynyl and an ortho-Substituted Aryl Chloroformate Ester”, D’Souza, M .J.; Knapp, J. A.; Fernandez-Bueno, G. A.; Kevill, D. N. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2012, 13, 665-682, PMCID: PMC3269712

 

 

2011

  1.  “Wesley College Ignites Potential with Undergraduate Student Research Program,” D’Souza, M. J.; Dwyer, P.; Miller, J. M.; Drohan, J; Allison, B. E. Council of Undergraduate Research Quarterly, 2011, 32, 41-46
  2. Understanding Solvent Effects in the Solvolysis of 4-Fluorophenyl Chlorothionoformate,” D’Souza, M. J.; Hailey, S. M.; Mahon, B. P.; Kevill, D. N. Chemical Sciences Journal, 2011, CSJ-35, 1-9 NIHMSID # 313781
  3. A Database Developed with Information Extracted from Chemotherapy Drug Package Inserts to Enhance Future Prescriptions,” D’Souza, M. J.; Alabed, G. J.; Wheatley, J. M.; Roberts, N.; Veturi, Y.; Bi, X.; Continisio, C. H. CISE2011, 2011, 219-226, IEEE Conference Record #17768; IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1160F-PRT; ISBN: 978-1-4244-8361-7. NIHMSID # 313780
  4. Detailed Analysis for the Solvolysis of Isopropenyl Chloroformate,” D’Souza, M. J.; Shuman, K. E.; Omondi, A. O.; Kevill, D. N. European Journal of Chemistry, 2011, 2, 130-135 PMCID: PMC3163073
  5. Kinetic Evaluation of the Solvolysis of Isobutyl Chloro- and Chlorothioformate Esters,” D’Souza, M. J.; McAneny, M. J.; Kevill, D. N.; Kyong, J. B.; Choi, S. H. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2011, 7, 543-552  PMCID: PMC3107482
  6. A Study of Solvent Effects in the Solvolysis of Propargyl Chloroformate,” D’Souza, M. J.; Darrington, A. M.; Kevill, D. N. ISRN Organic Chemistry, 2011, 7671411-7671416 PMCID: PMC3111911
  7. Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of Neopentyl Chloroformate – a Recommended Protecting Agent,” D’Souza, M. J.; Carter, S. E.; Kevill, D. N. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2011, 12,  1161-1174 PMCID: PMC3083697

2010

  1. Raising a Red Flag: Deficiencies Found in the Reporting of Important Parameters in FDA Approved Drug Profiles,” D’Souza, M. J.; Gerges, F. J. Pharma IQ, 2010, 2850
  2.  “Analysis of the Nucleophilic Solvation Effects in Isopropyl Chlorothioformate Solvolysis,” D’Souza, M. J.; Mahon, B. P.; Kevill, D. N. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2010, 11, 2597-2611 PMCID: PMC2920554
  3.  “Use of Empirical Correlations to Determine Solvent Effects in the Solvolysis of S-Methyl Chlorothioformate,” D’Souza, M. J.; Hailey, S. M.; Kevill, D. N. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2010, 11, 2253-2266 PMCID: PMC2885106
  4. On the Importance of the Aromatic Ring Parameter in Studies of the Solvolyses of Cinnamyl and Cinnamoyl Halides,” D’Souza, M. J.; Darrington, A. M.; Kevill, D. N. Organic Chemistry International, 2010, 1305061-1305069 PMCID: PMC3087210
  5. Use of the Simple and Extended Grunwald-Winstein Equations in the Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of Highly Hindered Tertiary Alkyl Derivatives,” Kevill, D. N.; D’Souza, M. J. Current Organic Chemistry – Review Article, 2010, 14, 1037-1049 PMCID: PMC3020085
  6. Deficiencies in the Reporting of VD and t1/2 in the FDA Approved Chemotherapy Drug Inserts,” D’Souza, M. J.; Alabed, G. Pharmaceutical Reviews, 2010, 7, ISSN 1918-5561     
    NIHMSID: NIHMS199389

2009

  1. Mechanistic Trends Observed with Sulfur-for-Oxygen Substitution in Chloroformate Esters,” Kevill, D. N.; Hailey, S. M.; Mahon, B. P.; D’Souza, M. J. Faraday Discussion 145: Frontiers in Physical Organic Chemistry, 2009, Royal Society of Chemistry
  2. Structure Activity Relationships (SARs) Using a Structurally Diverse Drug Database: Validating Success of Predictor Tools,” D’Souza, M. J.; Koyoshi, F.; Everett, L. M. Pharmaceutical Reviews, 2009, 7, ISSN 1918-5561 NIHMSID # 199390
  3. Extracting Relevant Information from FDA Drug Files to Create a Structurally Diverse Drug Database Using KnowItAll®,” D’Souza, M. J.;  Kyoshi, F. Pharmaceutical Reviews, 2009, 7, ISSN 1918-5561 NIHMSID # 202096
  4. Structure Activity Relationship (SAR) patterns observed within a series of unrelated common consumer drugs,” D’Souza, M. J.; Koyoshi, F.; Everett, L. M. Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genomics, and Cheminformatics, 2009, 1-6
  5. Grunwald-Winstein Analysis: Solvolysis of Isopropyl Chloroformate Revisited,” D’Souza, M. J.; Reed, D. N.; Erdman*, K. J.; Kyong, J. B.; Kevill, D. N. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2009, 10, 862-879 PMCID: PMC2672006
  6. "Molydate Reduction by Sulfate Reducing Bacteria", Biswas, K. C.; Woodards, N. A.; Xu H.; Barton, L. L. BioMetals, 2009, 22, 131-139.
  7. "Dynamics of Davydov Solitons in ?-helix proteins", Biswas K.C.; Gillespie, J.; Majid. F.; Edwards; Biswas, A. Advanced Studies in Biology. 2009: 1, 1-8.


2008

  1. "Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of Two Arenesulfonyl Chlorides and of trans-?-Styrenesulfonyl Chloride — Precursors in the Development of New Pharmaceuticals", Ryu, Z. H., Lee, S. W., D’Souza, M. J., Yaakoubd, L., Feld, S. E., Kevill, D. N.  International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2008, 9, 2639-2657
  1. "Extended Grunwald-Winstein Analysis - LFER Used to Gauge Solvent Effects in p-Nitrophenyl Chloroformate Solvolysis", D’Souza, M. J.; Shuman, K. E.; Carter, S. E.; Kevill, D. N. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2008, 9, 2231-2242
  1. "Concerted Solvent Processes for Common Sulfonyl Chloride Precursors used in the Synthesis of Sulfonamide-based Drugs", D’Souza, M. J.; Yaakoubd, L.; Mlynarski, S. L.; Kevill, D. N. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2008, 9, 914-925
  1. "Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of Acetyl Chloride and ?-Substituted Dervivatives", D’Souza, M. J.; Ryu, Z. H.; Park, B. –C.; Kevill, D. N. Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 2008, 86, 359-367
  1. "Sixty Years of the Grunwald-Winstein Equation:  Development and Recent Applications", Kevill, D. N.; D’Souza, M. J. Journal of Chemical Research, 2008, 61-66

2007

  1. “KnowItAll®” - Software Reviews", D’Souza, M. J. Chemistry World, 2007 Vol 4, No. 11, 70-72; also published in Chemistry WorldChina - the Chinese Edition
  1. “Consideration of the Factors Influencing the Specific Rates of Solvolysis of p-Methoxyphenyl Chloroformate”, D’Souza, M. J.; Reed, D.; Koyoshi, F.; Kevill, D. N. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2007, 8, 788-796
  1. “Correlations of the Specific Rates of Solvolysis of Aromatic Carbamoyl Chlorides, Chloroformates, Chlorothionoformates, and Chlorodithioformates Revisited” Kevill, D. N.; Koyoshi, F.; D’Souza M. J. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2007, 8, 346-362
  1. “Rate and Product Studies in the Solvolyses of Methanesulfonic Anhydride and a Comparison with Methanesulfonyl Chloride Solvolyses” Kevill, D. N.; Ryu, Z. H.; Niedermeyer, M. A.; Koyoshi, F.; D’Souza, M. J. Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, 2007, 20, 431-438

2006

  1. “Rate and Product Studies in the Solvolyses of N,N-dimethylsulfamoyl and 2-Propanesulfonyl Chlorides”  Kevill, D. N.; Park, B. C.; Park, K. H.; D’Souza, M. J.; Yaakoubd, L.; Mlynarski, S. L.; Kyong, J. B. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 2006, 4, 1580-1586
  1. “Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of 2-Furancarbonyl Chloride & Three Naphthoyl Chlorides”, D’Souza, M. J.; Boggs, M.E.; Kevill, D. N Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, 2006, 19, 173-178

2005

  1. “KnowItAll® - Software Reviews”, D’Souza, M. J. Chemistry World, Volume 2, Number 9, 2005, 70-71

2004

  1. "Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of Benzoyl Fluoride and a Consideration of Leaving-Group Effects”, Kevill, D. N.; D’Souza, M. J. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2004, 69, 7044-7050

2003

  1. "Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of 2-Thiophenecarbonyl Chloride”, D’Souza, M. J.; Stant-Boggs, M. E.; White, R.; Kevill, D. N. Journal Chemical Research (S), 12, 2003, 775-777

2002

  1. “Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of Benzoyl Chloride and Derivatives Using Extended Forms of the Grunwald-Winstein Equation.”  Kevill, D. N.; D’Souza, M. J. Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry Vol. 15, 2002,881-888
  1. “Correlation of the Rates of Solvolysis of n-Octylfluoroformate and a Comparison with n-Octylchloroformate Solvolysis.”  Kevill, D.N.; D’Souza, M. J. Journal Chemical Society Perkin Transactions 2 2002, Vol. 14, 240-243