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Sudad Dayl
Sudad Dayl
Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, College of Science, University of Baghdad
Verified email at sc.uobaghdad.edu.iq
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Unique residues in the ATP gated human P2X7 receptor define a novel allosteric binding pocket for the selective antagonist AZ10606120
RC Allsopp, S Dayl, R Schmid, RJ Evans
Scientific reports 7 (1), 725, 2017
622017
Mapping the allosteric action of antagonists A740003 and A438079 reveals a role for the left flipper in ligand sensitivity at P2X7 receptors
RC Allsopp, S Dayl, AB Dayel, R Schmid, RJ Evans
Molecular pharmacology 93 (5), 553-562, 2018
312018
Mechanistic insights from resolving ligand-dependent kinetics of conformational changes at ATP-gated P2X1R ion channels
AG Fryatt, S Dayl, PM Cullis, R Schmid, RJ Evans
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 32918, 2016
132016
Organization of ATP-gated P2X1 receptor intracellular termini in apo and desensitized states
AG Fryatt, S Dayl, A Stavrou, R Schmid, RJ Evans
Journal of General Physiology 151 (2), 146-155, 2019
62019
Homology modeling of P2X receptors
A Stavrou, S Dayl, R Schmid
Purinergic Signaling: Methods and Protocols, 65-75, 2020
52020
Synthesis, Characterization of Some Thiourea Derivatives Based on 4-Methoxybenzoyl Chloride as Antioxidants and Study of Molecular Docking
AQ Oleiwi, OHR Al-Jeilawi, SA Dayl
Iraqi Journal of Science, 1-12, 2023
42023
Synthesis, identification and molecular docking studies of N-functionalized piperidine derivatives linked to 1,2,3-triazole ring
R Dawood, S Dayl
Synthetic Communications, 1--10, 2020
42020
Novel Poly (3-hydroxybutyrate) production using Bacillus subtilis NG220 and watermelon derived substrates
S Dayl, R Yousuf
Journal of Environment and Waste Management 32 (4), 455-468, 2023
2023
Fully Flexible Ligand Docking for the P2X7 Receptor Using ROSIE
S Dayl, R Schmid
The P2X7 Receptor: Methods and Protocols, 65-75, 2022
2022
Molecular Modelling Of ATP-Gated P2X Receptor Ion Channels
SA Dayl
University of Leicester, 2018
2018
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