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406.  Cho N, Valenciano AL, Du Y, Clement J, Cassera MB, Goetz M, Kingston DGI. Antiplasmodial flavanones and a stilbene from Carpha glomerata. Bioorg Med Chem Lett2018 Nov 1;28(20):3368-3371doi: 10.1016/j.bmcl.2018.09.003. Epub 2018 Sep 4. PubMed PMID: 30219526; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC6246035.

405.  Presley CC, Valenciano AL, Fernández-Murga ML, Du Y, Shanaiah N, Cassera MB, Goetz M, Clement JA, Kingston DGI.Antiplasmodial Chromanes and Chromenes from the Monotypic Plant Species Koeberlinia spinosa. J Nat Prod2018 Mar 23;81(3):475-483doi: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.7b00579. Epub 2017 Oct 19. PubMed PMID: 29048892; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5866173.

404.  Du Y, Kingston DGI. Structure Reassignment of Cryptorigidifoliols E and K. J Nat Prod2018 Feb 23;81(2):414-417doi: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.7b00830. Epub 2018 Jan 26. PubMed PMID: 29373792; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5825288.

403.  Cho N, Du Y, Valenciano AL, Fernández-Murga ML, Goetz M, Clement J, Cassera MB, Kingston DGI. Antiplasmodial alkaloids from bulbs of Amaryllis belladonna Steud. Bioorg Med Chem Lett2018 Jan 1;28(1):40-42doi: 10.1016/j.bmcl.2017.11.021. Epub 2017 Nov 11. PubMed PMID: 29162457; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5753767.

402.  Du Y, Abedi AK, Valenciano AL, Fernández-Murga ML, Cassera MB, Rasamison VE, Applequist WL, Miller JS, Kingston DGI.Isolation of the New Antiplasmodial Butanolide, Malleastrumolide A, from Malleastrum sp. (Meliaceae) from Madagascar. Chem Biodivers2017 Dec;14(12)doi: 10.1002/cbdv.201700331. Epub 2017 Dec 15. PubMed PMID: 28817228; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5739943.

401.  Latif A, Du Y, Dalal SR, Fernández-Murga ML, Merino EF, Cassera MB, Goetz M, Kingston DGI. Bioactive Neolignans and Other Compounds from Magnolia grandiflora L.: Isolation and Antiplasmodial Activity. Chem Biodivers2017 Sep;14(9)doi: 10.1002/cbdv.201700209. Epub 2017 Sep 2. PubMed PMID: 28621040; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5679102.

400.  Presley CC, Du Y, Dalal S, Merino EF, Butler JH, Rakotonandrasana S, Rasamison VE, Cassera MB, Kingston DGI. Isolation, structure elucidation, and synthesis of antiplasmodial quinolones from Crinum firmifolium. Bioorg Med Chem2017 Aug 1;25(15):4203-4211doi: 10.1016/j.bmc.2017.06.017. Epub 2017 Jun 13. PubMed PMID: 28648491; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5557408.

399.  Du Y, Pearce KC, Dai Y, Krai P, Dalal S, Cassera MB, Goetz M, Crawford TD, Kingston DGI. Antiplasmodial Sesquiterpenoid Lactones from Trichospira verticillata: Structure Elucidation by Spectroscopic Methods and Comparison of Experimental and Calculated ECD Data. J Nat Prod2017 May 26;80(5):1639-1647doi: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.7b00247. Epub 2017 May 2. PubMed PMID: 28463001; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5679103.

398.  Applequist WL, Ratsimbason M, Kuhlman A, Rakotonandrasana S, Rasamison V, Kingston DGI. Antimalarial Use of Malagasy Plants is Poorly Correlated with Performance in Antimalarial Bioassays. Econ Bot2017 Mar;71(1):75-82doi: 10.1007/s12231-017-9373-3. Epub 2017 Mar 31. PubMed PMID: 29129935; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5677511.

397.  Zhou B, Wu Y, Dalal S, Merino EF, Liu QF, Xu CH, Yuan T, Ding J, Kingston DG, Cassera MB, Yue JM. Nanomolar Antimalarial Agents against Chloroquine-Resistant Plasmodium falciparum from Medicinal Plants and Their Structure-Activity Relationships. J Nat Prod2017 Jan 27;80(1):96-107doi: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.6b00744. Epub 2016 Dec 20. PubMed PMID: 27997206; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5327789.

396.  Paciotti GF, Zhao J, Cao S, Brodie PJ, Tamarkin L, Huhta M, Myer LD, Friedman J, Kingston DG. Synthesis and Evaluation of Paclitaxel-Loaded Gold Nanoparticles for Tumor-Targeted Drug Delivery. Bioconjug Chem2016 Nov 16;27(11):2646-2657doi: 10.1021/acs.bioconjchem.6b00405. Epub 2016 Oct 18. PubMed PMID: 27689882; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5356508.

395.  Presley CC, Krai P, Dalal S, Su Q, Cassera M, Goetz M, Kingston DGI. New potently bioactive alkaloids from Crinum erubescens. Bioorg Med Chem2016 Nov 1;24(21):5418-5422doi: 10.1016/j.bmc.2016.08.058. Epub 2016 Aug 30. PubMed PMID: 27624525; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5065785.

394.  Rasamison VE, Brodie PJ, Merino EF, Cassera MB, Ratsimbason MA, Rakotonandrasana S, Rakotondrafara A, Rafidinarivo E, Kingston DG, Rakotondraibe HL. Furoquinoline Alkaloids and Methoxyflavones from the Stem Bark of Melicope madagascariensis (Baker) T.G. Hartley. Nat Prod Bioprospect2016 Oct;6(5):261-265doi: 10.1007/s13659-016-0106-6. Epub 2016 Sep 21. PubMed PMID: 27655634; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5080208.

393.  Eaton AL, Dalal S, Cassera MB, Zhao S, Kingston DG. Synthesis and Antimalarial Activity of Mallatojaponin C and Related Compounds. J Nat Prod2016 Jun 24;79(6):1679-83doi: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.6b00347. Epub 2016 May 26. PubMed PMID: 27228055; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC4924580.

392.  Su Q, Dalal S, Goetz M, Cassera MB, Kingston DG. Antiplasmodial phloroglucinol derivatives from Syncarpia glomulifera.Bioorg Med Chem2016 Jun 1;24(11):2544-8doi: 10.1016/j.bmc.2016.04.020. Epub 2016 Apr 9. PubMed PMID: 27112454; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC4860949.

391.  Su Q, Dalal S, Goetz M, Cassera MB, Kingston DG. New Antiplasmodial Diterpenes from Gutierrezia sarothrae. Nat Prod Commun2016 Jun;11(6):719-21PubMed PMID: 27534100; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5352980.

390.  Eaton AL, Rakotondraibe LH, Brodie PJ, Goetz M, Kingston DG. Correction to Antiproliferative Trihydroxyalkylcyclohexenones from Pleiogynium timoriense. J Nat Prod2016 Feb 26;79(2):451doi: 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.6b00073. Epub 2016 Feb 2. PubMed PMID: 26836948; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5104423.

389.  Su Q, Brodie PJ, Liu Y, Miller JS, Andrianjafy NM, Antsiferana R, Rasamison VE, Kingston DG. Antiproliferative Triterpenoid Saponins from Leptaulus citroides Baill. from the Madagascar Rain Forest. Nat Prod Bioprospect2016 Feb;6(1):31-9doi: 10.1007/s13659-015-0083-1. Epub 2016 Jan 8. PubMed PMID: 26746216; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC4749521.

388.    Harinantenaina, Liva; Rasolomampianina, Rado; Park, Hyun-Young; Li, Jie; Slebodnick, Carla; Brodie, Peggy J.; Blasiak, Leah; Hill, Russell T.; Andriambeloson, Onja; Shen, Yongchun; Suh, Edward  M.; Cassera, Maria B.; Rejo-Fienena, Felicite; Kingston, David G. I. Antiproliferative and Antiplasmodial Compounds from Selected Streptomyces species. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett., 201525, 5646–5649. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bmcl.2015.07.103. PMCID: PMC4636933

387.    Liu, Y.; Wiedle, C. H., Jr.; Brodie, P. J.; Callmander, M. W.; Rakotondrajaona, R.; Rakotobe, E.; Rasamison, V. E.; Kingston, D. G. I. Antiproliferative Compounds from a Malleastrum sp. from the Madagascar Dry Forest.  Nat. Prod. Comm. 2015, 10, 1509-1512. PMCID in progress.

386.    Presley, Christopher C.; Rakotondraibe, L. Harinantenaina; Brodie, Peggy J.; Callmander, Martin W.; Randrianaivo,  Richard; Rasamison, Vincent E.; Rakotobe, Etienne; Kingston, David G. I. A synthetic butenolide diterpene is now a natural product isolated from Metaporana sericosepala, a plant from the Madagascar dry forest. Nat. Prod. Commun. 201510, 1505-1507. PMCID: PMC4587655

385.    Liu, Y.; Rakotondraibe, L. H.; Brodie, P. J.; Wiley, J. D.; Cassera, M. B.; Miller, J. S.; Ratovoson, F.; Rakotobe, E.; Rasamison, V. E.; Kingston, D. G. I. Antimalarial 5,6-Dihydro--pyrones from Cryptocarya rigidifolia: Related Bicyclic Tetrahydro--Pyrones are Artefacts. J. Nat. Prod. 201578, 1330-1338. doi 10.1021/acs.jnatprod.5b00187. PMCID: PMC4485685

384.    Su, Q.; Krai, P.; Goetz, M.; Cassera, M. B.; Kingston, D. G. I. Antiplasmodial Flavanones and Pterocarpans from Apoplanesia paniculata. Planta Med. 201581, 1128-1132. doi 10.1055/s-0035-154036. PMCID: PMC4545407

383.    Eaton, A. L.;  Rakotondraibe, L. H.; Brodie, P. J.; Goetz, M.; Kingston, D. G. I. Antiproliferative Trihydroxyalkylcyclohexenones from Pleiogynium timoriense. J. Nat. Prod. 201578, 1752–1755. PMCID: PMC4517783

382.    Sohrabi, R.; Huh, J. H.; Badieyan, S.; Harinantenaina, L.; Kingston D. G. I.; Kliebensten, D.; Sobrado, P.; Tholl, D. In Planta Variation of Volatile Biosynthesis: An alternative biosynthetic route to the formation of the pathogen-induced volatile homoterpene DMNT via triterpene degradation in Arabidopsis Roots. Plant Cell, 2015, 27, 874-890. PMCID:PMC4558649

381.    Liu, Y.; Young, K.; Rakotondraibe, L. H.; Brodie, P. J.; Wiley, J. D.; Cassera, M. B.; Callmander, M. W.; Rakotondrajaona, R.; Rakotobe, E.; Rasamison, V. E.; TenDyke, K.; Shen, Y.; Kingston, D. G. I. Antiproliferative Compounds from Cleistanthus boivinianus from the Madagascar Dry Forest. J. Nat. Prod. 201578, 1543-1547 doi: 10.1021/np501020m PMCID: PMC4517784

380.    Addo, E. M.; Chai, H.-B.; Hymete, A.; Yonathan, M.; Slebodnick, C.; Kingston, D. G. I.; Rakotondraibe, L. H. Antiproliferative Constituents of the Roots of Ethiopian Podocarpus falcatus and Structure Revision of 2α‒Hydroxynagilactone F and Nagilactone I. J. Nat. Prod. 201578, 827-835. PMID: 25807242

379.   Bao, X.; Zheng, W.; Hata Sugi, N.; Agarwala, K. L.; Xu, Q.; TenDyke, K.; Wang, Z.; Lee, W.; Parent, L.; Li, W.; Cheng, H.; Shen, Y.; Taylor, N.; Dezso, Z.; Du, H.; C.; Kotake,Y.; Zhao, N.; Wang, J.; Postema, M.; Woodall-Jappe, M.; Takase, Y.; Uenaka, T.; Kingston, D. G. I.; Nomoto, K.. Anti-proliferative schweinfurthins reveal a role of trans-Golgi-network and endosomal trafficking in mTOR-AKT signaling and cancer cell survival. Cancer Biol. Ther. 201516, 589-601. PMCID: PMC4622430 

378.    Liu, Y.; Cheng, E.; Rakotondraibe, L. H.; Brodie, P. J.; Applequist, W.; Randrianaivo, R.; Rakotondrafara, A.; Ratsimbason, M.; Rasamison, V. E.; Kingston, D. G. I. Antiproliferative Compounds from Ocotea macrocarpa from the Madagascar Dry Forest. Tetrahedron Lett. 201556, 3630-3632. doi:10.1016/j.tetlet.2015.01.172 PMCID: PMC4448737

377.    Eaton, A. L.; Brodie, P. J.; Callmander, M. W.; Rakotondrajaona, R.; Rakotobe, E.; Rasamison, V. E.; Kingston, D. G. I. Bioactive Oleanane Glycosides from Polyscias duplicata from the Madagascar Dry Forest. Nat. Prod. Comm. 201510, 567-570. PMCID: PMC4423820

376.   Rakotondraibe, L. H.; Graupner, P.; Xiong, Q.; Olson, M.; Wiley, J.; Krai, P.; Brodie, P. J.; Callmander, M.; Rakotobe, E.; Ratovoson, F.; Rasamison, V. E.; Cassera, M. B.; Hahn, D.; Kingston, D. G. I.; Fotso, S. Neolignans and Other Metabolites from Ocotea cymosa from the Madagascar Rain Forest and their Biological Activities. J. Nat. Prod. 201578, 431–440doi: 10.1021/np5008153 PMCID: PMC4410025.

375.    Liu, Y.; Rakotondraibe, L. H.; Brodie, P. J.; Wiley, J. D.; Cassera, M. B.; Goetz, M.; Kingston, D. G. I. Antiproliferative and Antimalarial Sesquiterpene Lactones from Piptocoma antillana from Puerto Rico. Nat. Prod. Comm. 20149, 1403-1406. PMCID: PMC4311553.

374.    Kingston, D. G. I.; Snyder, J. P. The Quest for a Simple Bioactive Analog of Paclitaxel as a Potential Anticancer Agent. Acc. Chem. Res. 201447, 2682–2691. DOI: 10.1021/ar500203h. PMCID: PMC4139185.

373.    Chen, Q.-H., Kingston, D. G. I. Zampanolide and Dactylolide: Cytotoxic Tubulin Assembly Agents and Promising Anticancer Leads. Nat. Prod. Rep. 201431, 1202-1226. DOI: 10.1039/c4np00024b.

372.    Rasamison, V. E.; Rakotondraibe, L. H.; Slebodnick, C., Brodie, P. J.; Ratsimbason, M.; TenDyke, K.; Shen,Y.; Randrianjanaka, L. M.; Kingston, D. G. I. Nitrogen – Containing Dimeric nor-Multiflorane Triterpene from a Turraea sp. Org. Lett. 201416, 2626-2629. PMCID: PMC4027945.

371.    Liu, J.; He, X.-F.; Wang, G.-H.; Merino, E.; Yang, S.-P.; Zhu, R.-X.; Gan, L.-S.; Zhang, H.; Cassera, M.; Wang, H.-Y.; Kingston, D. G. I.; Yue, J.-M. Aphadilactones A−D, Four Diterpenoid Dimers with DGAT Inhibitory and Antimalarial Activities from a Meliaceae Plant. J. Org. Chem., 201417, 599-607. PMID:24344740

370.    Dai, Yumin; Harinantenaina, Liva;Bowman, Jessica D.; Da Fonseca, Isabel Osorio; Brodie,Peggy J.; Goetz, Michael; Cassera, Maria     B.; Kingston, David G. I. Isolation of antiplasmodial anthraquinones from Kniphofia ensifolia, and synthesis and structure-activity relationships of related compounds. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 201422, 269-276.  PMCID: PMC3919637

369.    Liu, Yixi; Harinantenaina, Liva; Brodie, Peggy J.; Bowman, Jessica D.; Cassera, Maria B.; Slebodnick, Carla; Callmander, Martin W.; Randrianaivo, Richard; Rakotobe, Etienne; Rasamison, Vincent E.; Applequist, Wendy; Birkinshaw, Chris; Lewis, Gwilym P.; Kingston, David G. I. Bioactive compounds from Stuhlmannia moavi from the Madagascar dry forest. Bioorg. Med. Chem. 201321, 7591-7594. NIHMSID 537448  PMCID: PMC3907118

368.    Eaton, Alexander L.; Harinantenaina, Liva; Brodie, Peggy J.; Cassera, Maria B.; Bowman, Jessica D.; Callmander, Martin W.; Randrianaivo, R.; Rakotondrajaona, Roland; Rakotobe, Etienne; Rasamison, Vincent E.; Kingston, David G. I. A New Bioactive Diterpene Glycoside from Molinaea retusaNat. Prod. Commun. 20138, 1201-1203. NIHMSID # 544593 PMCID: PMC3904959

367.    Liu, Yixi; Harinantenaina, Liva; Brodie, Peggy J.; Slebodnick, Carla; Callmander, Martin W.; Rakotondrajaona, R.; Rakotobe, Etienne; Rasamison,Vincent E.; TenDyke, Karen; Shen, Yongchun; Kingston David G. I. “Structure Elucidation of Antiproliferative Bisbenzylisoquinoline Alkaloids from Anisocycla grandidieri from the Madagascar Dry Forest” Submitted to Mag. Res. Chem.

366.    Yumin Dai, Liva Harinantenaina, Peggy J. Brodie, Michael Goetz, Young Yongchun Shen, Karen TenDyke, and David G. I. Kingston “Antiproliferative Homoisoflavonoids and Bufatrienolides from Urginea depressa” J. Nat. Prod. 2013, Accepted for publication.

365.    Liva Harinantenaina, Peggy J. Brodie, Jean Maharavo, Gisele Bakary, Karen TenDyke, Yongchun Shen, and David G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Homoscalarane Sesterterpenes from Two Madagascan Sponges.” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 2013http://authors.elsevier.com/sd/article/S0968089613003003NIHMSID #466435

364.    Shubhada Sharma, Chandraiah Lagisetti, Barbara Poliks, Robert M. Coates, David G. I. Kingston, and Susan Bane, “Dissecting the Paclitaxel-Microtubule Association: Quantitative Assessment of the 2′-OH Group” Biochemistry201352, 2328-2336. NIHMSID #455539:

363.    Liva Harinantenaina, Jessica D. Bowman, Peggy J. Brodie, Carla Slebodnick, Martin W. Callmander, Etienne Rakotobe, Richard Randrianaivo, Vincent E. Rasamison, Alexander Gorka, Paul D. Roepe, Maria B. Cassera, and David G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative and antiplasmodial dimeric phloroglucinols from Mallotus oppositifolius from the Madagascar Dry Forest.” J. Nat. Prod.201376, 388-393. PMCID: PMC3606680.

362.    Yumin Dai, Liva Harinantenaina, Peggy J. Brodie, Chris Birkinshaw, Sennen Randrianasolo, Michel Ratsimbason, Vincent E. Rasamison, Yongchun Shen, Karen TenDyke, and David G. I. Kingston “Two Antiproliferative Triterpene Saponins from Nematostylis anthophylla from the Madagascar Dry Forest,” Chem. Biodiversity 2013, 10, 233-240. doi: 10.1002/cbdv.201200156 NIHMSID#417439.

361.    Yumin Dai, Liva Harinantenaina, Peggy J. Brodie, Martin W. Callmander, Sennen Randrianasolo, Etienne Rakotobe, Vincent E. Rasamison, and David G. I. Kingston,”Isolation and Synthesis of Two Antiproliferative Calamenene-type Sesquiterpenoids from Sterculia capuronii from the Madagascar Rain Forest” Bioorg. Med. Chem., 201220, 6940-6944. PMCID: PMC3508347

360.    Liva Harinantenaina, Peggy J. Brodie, Martin W. Callmander, L. Jérémie Razafitsalama, Vincent E. Rasamison, Etienne Rakotobe, and David G. I. Kingston, “Two Antiproliferative Saponins of Tarenna grevei from the Madagascar Dry Forest,” Nat. Prod. Commun. 20127, 705-708. PMCID: PMC3480188

359.    David G. I. Kingston, Lawrence Tamarkin, and Giulio F. Paciotti, “Conformationally Constrained and Nanoparticle Targeted Paclitaxels,” Pure Appl. Chem. 2012,84, 1455–1467.

358.    Yumin Dai, Liva Harinantenaina, Peggy J. Brodie, Martin W. Callmander, Richard Randrianaivo, Stephan Rakotonandrasana, Etienne Rakotobe, Vincent E. Rasamison, Yongchun Shen, Karen TenDyke, Edward M. Suh, and David G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Acetogenins from a Uvaria sp. from the Madagascar Dry Forest,” J. Nat. Prod. 201275, 479-483DOI: 10.1021/np200697j. PMCID: PMC3243105.

357.    Valerie C. Clark, Liva R. Harinantenaina, Martin Zeller, William Ronto, James Rocca, Daniel Rakotondravony, David G. I. Kingston, and Chris Shaw, “An Endogenous Bile Acid and Diet-Sequestered Sucrose from Skin Secretions of Alkaloid-Sequestering Poison Frogs.” J. Nat. Prod. 2012,75, 473-478. PMCID: PMC3311751

356.    Weiqiang Zhan, Yi Jiang, Shubhada Sharma, Peggy J. Brodie, Susan Bane, David G. I. Kingston, Dennis C. Liotta, and James P. Snyder, “C6–C8 Bridged Epothilones: Consequences of Installing a Conformational Lock at the Edge of the Macrocycle,” Chem. Eur. J. 2011, 17, 14792-14804.http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/chem.201102630. PMCID: PMC3248799

355.    Jielu Zhao, Susan Bane, James P. Snyder, Haipeng Hu, Kamalika Mukherjee, Carla Slebodnick, and David G. I. Kingston, “Design and Synthesis of Simplified Taxol Analogs Based on the T-Taxol Bioactive Conformation.” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 201119, 7664-7678. PMCID: PMC3225578

354.    Gülaçtı Topçu, Gönül Yapar, Zeynep Türkmen, Ahmet Ceyhan Gören, Sevil Öksüz, Jennifer K. Schilling, and David G. I. Kingston, “Ovarian Antiproliferative Activity Directed Isolation of Triterpenoids from Fruits of Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh,” Phytochem. Lett. 20114, 421-425.

353.    Ende Pan, Alexander Gorka, John Alumasa, Carla Slebodnick, Liva Harinantenaina, Peggy J. Brodie, Paul D. Roepe, Richard Randrianaivo, Chris Birkinshaw, and David G. I. Kingston, “Antiplasmodial and Antiproliferative Pseudoguaianolides of Athroisma proteiforme from the Madagascar Dry Forest” J. Nat. Prod. 201174, 2174–2180. PMCID: PMC3203994 http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/np200499d http://pubs.acs.org/articlesonrequest/AOR-bwc9yRc8X6ccWIEvkm6P

352.    Jun Qi, Yi Jiang, Adam R. Blanden, Abhijit Banerjee, Susan Bane, and David G. I. Kingston, “Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Simplified Fluorescently Labeled Discodermolides as Molecular Probes to Study the Binding of Discodermolide to Tubulin.” Bioorg. Med. Chem., 201119, 5247-5254. PMCID: PMC3159730

351.    Liva Harinantanaina, Peggy J. Brodie, Martin Callmander, Richard Randrianaivo, Stephan Rakotonandrasana, Vincent E. Rasamison, Etienne Rakotobe, and David G. I. Kingston, “Astrotricoumarin, an Antiproliferative 4′-Hydroxy-2′,3′-dihydroprenylated Methylcoumarin from an Astrotrichilia sp. from the Madagascar Dry Forest,” Nat. Prod. Commun., 20116, 1259-1262. PMCID: PMC3183991

350.    Ende Pan, Shugeng Cao, Peggy J. Brodie, Martin Callmander, Stephan Rakotonandrasana, Etienne Rakotobe, Vincent Rasamison, Karen TenDyke, Yongchun Shen, Edward M. Suh, and David G. I. Kingston, “Isolation and Synthesis of Antiproliferative Eupolauridine Alkaloids of Ambavia gerrardii from the Madagascar Dry Forest.” J. Nat. Prod.201174, 1169-1174. http://pubs.acs.org/articlesonrequest/AOR-vdmMYjKixG6aZFSveqkq PMCID: PMC3103620

349.    Shugeng Cao, Yanpeng Hou, Peggy Brodie, James S. Miller, Richard Randrianaivo, Etienne Rakotobe, Vincent E. Rasamison, and David G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Compounds of Cyphostemma greveana from a Madagascar Dry Forest.” Chem. Biodiversity 20118, 643-650. PMCID: PMC3125966

348.    David G. I. Kingston “Modern Natural Products Drug Discovery and its Relevance to Biodiversity Conservation” J. Nat. Prod. 201174, 496-511. http://pubs.acs.org/articlesonrequest/AOR-Yy7Bv3p9RhNzjpcE87zA PMCID: PMC3061248.

347.    Ende Pan, Liva Harinantanaina, Peggy Brodie, Martin Callmander, Stephan Rakotonandrasana, Etienne Rakotobe, Vincent Rasamison, and David G. I. Kingston, Antiproliferative Cardenolides of Leptadenia madagascariensis from the Madagascar Dry Forest, Bioorg. Med. Chem. 201119, 422-428. PMCID: PMC3023904

346.    Ende Pan, Liva Harinantanaina, Peggy J. Brodie, James S. Miller, Martin Callmander, Stephan Rakotonandrasana, Etienne Rakotobe, Vincent Rasamison, and David G. I. Kingston, Four Diphenylpropanes and a Cycloheptadibenzofuran from Bussea sakalava from the Madagascar Dry Forest, J. Nat. Prod. 201073, 1792-1795. PMCID: PMC2993851 http://pubs.acs.org/articlesonrequest/AOR-GKdTbMDaCjmAxWTGXwn6

345.    Nima Sharifi, Jun Qi, Susan Bane, Shubhada Sharma, Rui Li, Robert Robey, William D. Figg, William L. Farrar, and David G. I. Kingston “Survivin is Not Induced by Novel Taxanes” Mol. Pharmaceutics 2010, 7, 2216-2223. mp-2010-00211k.R1 PMCID: PMC3004127

344.    Liva Harinantenaina, Peggy Brodie, Martin Callmander, S. Randrianasolo, Etienne Rakotobe, Vincent E. Rasamison, Karen TenDyke, Yongchun Shen, Edward M. Suh, and David G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Compounds fromPongamiopsis amygdalina from the Madagascar Dry Forest.” J. Nat. Prod., 2010, 73, 1559-1562. DOI: 10.1021/np100430r. PMCID: PMC2945424

343.    Ende Pan, Shugeng Cao, Peggy J. Brodie, James S. Miller, Rolland Rakotodrajaona, Fidy Ratovoson, Chris Birkinshaw, Rabodo Andriantsiferana, Vincent E. Rasamison, and David G. I. Kingston, “An Antiproliferative Xanthone of Symphonia pauciflora from the Madagascar Rainforest.” Nat. Prod. Commun20105, 751-754. PMCID: PMC2930018

342.    Eba Adou, James S. Miller, Fidisoa Ratovoson, Chris Birkinshaw, Rabodo Andriantsiferana, Vincent E. Rasamison, and David G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Cardenolides from Pentopetia androsaemifolia from the Madagascar Rain Forest.”  Ind. J. Exp. Biol., 201048, 248-257. PMCID: PMC3051194

341.    Josep Bassaganya-Riera, Jeff  Skoneczka, David G. I. Kingston, Arjun Krishnan, Sarah Misyak, Ashlee Carter, Andy Pereira, Amir J. Guri, Peter Minorsky, Raymond Tumarkin, and Raquel Hontecillas, “Mechanisms of Action and Medicinal Applications of Abscisic Acid.” Curr. Med. Chem., 201017, 467-478.

340.    Y. P. Hou, S. Cao, P. Brodie, J. S. Miller, C. Birkinshaw, N. M. Andrianjafy,  R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, K. TenDyke, Y. Shen, E. M. Suh, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Euphane Triterpenoids of Cassipourea lanceolata from the Madagascar Rainforest. Phytochemistry201071, 669-674. PMCID: PMC2847016.

339.    S. Cao, P. J. Brodie, M. Callmander, R. Randrianaivo, E. Rakotobe, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Saponins and a Lignan Derivative of Terminalia tropophylla from the Madagascar Dry Forest.” Phytochemistry201071, 95-99 PMCID: PMC2813959.

338.    Q.-H. Chen,  T. Ganesh, Y. Jiang, A. Banerjee, S. Sharma, S. Bane,  J. P. Snyder, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Novel Epothilone Lactones by an Unusual Diversion of the Grubbs’ Metathesis Reaction.” Chem. Commun. 201046, 2019-2021. PMCID: PMC2930754 http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlepdf/2010/cc/b926174e?page=search

337.    V. E. Rasamison, L. Ranaivo-Harimanana, S. Cao, E. Pan, F. Ratovoson, F. Randriantafika, R. Rakotondrajaona, S. Rakotonandrasana, R. Andriantsiferana, and D. G. I. Kingston, “A New Labdane Diterpene from Vitex cauliflora Moldenke from the Madagascar Rainforest.” Fitoterapia, 201081, 55-58. PMCID: PMC2788097

336.    S. Cao, P. Brodie, M. Callmander, R. Randrianaivo, J. Razafitsalama, E. Rakotobe, V. E. Rasamison, K. TenDyke, Y. Shen, E. M. Suh, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Triterpenoid Saponins of Dodonaea viscosa from the Madagascar Dry Forest.” J. Nat. Prod. 200972, 1705-1707. PMCID: PMC2930020c

335.    B. T. Murphy, S. Cao, P. Brodie, J. Maharavo, H. Andriamanantoanina, P. Ravelonandro, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative bistramides from Trididemnum cyclops from Madagascar.” J. Nat. Prod., 200972, 1338-1340. PMCID: PMC2905825

334.    S. Cao and D. G. I. Kingston, “Biodiversity Conservation and Drug Discovery: Can they be combined? The Suriname and Madagascar Experiences.” Pharm. Biol. 200947, 809 – 823. PMCID: PMC2746688.

333.    M. Hodge, Q.-H. Chen, S. Bane, S. Sharma, M. Loew,A. Banerjee, A. A. Alcaraz, J. P. Snyder, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Synthesis and Bioactivity of a Side Chain Bridged Paclitaxel: ATest of the T-Taxol Conformation.” Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett. 200919, 2884 – 2887. PMCID: PMC2684938

332.    Y. Hou, S. Cao, P. J. Brodie, M. W. Callmander, F. Ratovoson, E. Rakotobe, V. E. Rasamison, M. Ratsimbason, J. N. Alumasa, P. D. Roepe, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative and Antimalarial Anthraquinones of Scutia myrtina from the Madagascar Forest” Bioorg. Med. Chem., 200917, 2871-2876. PMCID: PMC2728447.

331.    S. Cao, P. Brodie, J. S. Miller, C. Birkinshaw, A. Rakotondrafara, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Compounds of Helmiopsis sphaerocarpa from the Madagascar Rainforest.” Nat. Prod. Res. 200923, 638 – 643. PMCID: PMC2855308

330.    D. G. I. Kingston “Tubulin-Interactive Natural Products as Anticancer Agents” J. Nat. Prod. 200972, 507-515. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/np800568j PMCID: PMC2765517

329.    S. Cao, B. T. Murphy, C. Foster, J. S. Lazo, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Bioactivities of Simplified Adociaquinone B and Naphthoquinone Derivatives against Cdc25B, MKP-1, and MKP-3 Phosphatases” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 200917, 2276-2281. PMCID: PMC2860877

328.    Y. P. Hou, S. Cao, P. J. Brodie, M. Callmander, F. Ratovoson, R. Randrianaivo, E. Rakotobe, V. E. Rasamison, S. Rakotonandrasana, K. TenDyke, E. M. Suh, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Cardenolide Glycosides of Elaeodendron alluaudianum from the Madagascar Rainforest” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 200917, 2215-2218. PMCID: PMC286088.

327.    G. Topçu, Z. Türkmen, J. K. Schilling, D. G. I. Kingston, J. M. Pezzuto, and A. Ulubelen. “Cytotoxic Activity of Some Anatolian Salvia Extracts and Isolated Abietane Diterpenoids.” Pharm. Biol., 200846, 180-184.

326.    Q.-H. Chen, T. Ganesh, P. Brodie, C. Slebodnick, Y. Jiang, A. Banerjee, S. Bane, J. P. Snyder, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of bridged epothilone D analogues” Org. Biomol. Chem. 20086, 4542-4552. PMCID: PMC2790820

325.    W. Zhan, Y. Jiang, P. J. Brodie, D. G. I. Kingston, D. C. Liotta, and J. P. Snyder “Design and Synthesis of C6-C8 Bridged Epothilone A” Org. Lett. 200810, 1565-1568. PMCID: PMC3249659

324.    H. M. El-Youssef, B. T. Murphy, M. E. Amer, M. S. Abdel-Kader, and David G. I. Kingston “Phytochemical and Biological Study of the Aerial Parts of Lotus lalambensis Growing in Saudi Arabia”. Saudi Pharm. J. 200816, 122-134.

323.    D. G. I. Kingston “A Natural Love of Natural Products” J. Org. Chem. 2008, 73, 3975-3984. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/jo800239a PMCID: PMC2660139

322.    J. E. Leet, X. Liu, D. M. Drexler, J. L. Cantone, S. Huang, S. W. Mamber, C. R. Fairchild, R. Hussain, D. J. Newman, and D. G. I. Kingston “Cytotoxic Xanthones from Psorospermum molluscum from the Madagascar Rain Forest” J. Nat. Prod. 200871, 460-463. DOI: 10.1021/np070523l; PMCID: PMC2930019

321.    B. T. Murphy, P. J. Brodie, C. Slebodnick, J. S. Miller, C. Birkinshaw, L. M. Randrianjanaka, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, K. TenDyke, E. M. Suh, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Limonoids of a Malleastrum sp. from the Madagascar Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod., 200871, 325-329. DOI: 10.1021/np070487q. PMCID: PMC2908263

320.    Y. Hou, S. Cao, P. J. Brodie, J. S. Miller, C. Birkinshaw, F. Ratovoson, R. Rakotondrajaona, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Cassane Diterpenoids of Cordyla madagascariensis ssp. madagascariensis from the Madagascar Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod.,200871, 150-152. DOI: 10.1021/np070437l. PMCID: PMC2533136

319.    H. M. El-Youssef, B. T. Murphy, M. E. Amer, A. J. Al-Rehaily, M. S. Abdel-Kader, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Two New Flavonol Glycosides from the Aerial Parts of Lotus lalambensis Growing in Saudi Arabia.” Nat. Prod. Sci. 200814, 86-89.

318.    B. T. Murphy, S. Cao, P. J. Brodie, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, C. Birkinshaw, E. Rakotobe, V. E. Rasamison, K. TenDyke, E. M. Suh, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Antiproliferative Compounds of Artabotrys madagascariensis from the Madagascar Rainforest.” Nat. Prod. Res., 200822, 1169-1175. PMCID: PMC2786269

317.    S. Cao, A. J. Al-Rehaily, P. Brodie, J. H. Wisse, E. Moniz, S. Malone, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Furoquinoline Alkaloids of Ertela (Monnieria) trifolia(L.) Kuntze from the Suriname Rainforest” Phytochemistry200869, 553-557. 10.1016/j.phytochem.2007.08.009 PMCID: PMC2245804.

316.    S. Karkare, E. Adou, S. Cao, P. J. Brodie, J. S. Miller, N. M. Andrianjafy, J. Razafitsamala, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxic Cardenolide glycosides of Roupellina (Strophanthus) boivinii from the Madagascar Rainforest.” J. Nat. Prod., 200770, 1766-1770. DOI: 10.1021/np070336n PMCID: PMC2528960

315.    N. Shanker, D. G. I. Kingston, T. Ganesh, C. Yang, A. Alcaraz, M. Geballe, A. Banerjee, D. McGee, J. P. Snyder, and S. Bane. “Enhanced Microtubule Binding and Tubulin Assembly Properties of Conformationally Constrained Paclitaxel Derivatives.” Biochemistry 2007, 46, 11514-11527. DOI: 10.1021/bi700753y

314.    A. Barla, G. Topçu, S. Öksuz, G. Tümen, and D. G. I. Kingston “Identification of Cytotoxic Sesquiterpenes from Laurus nobilis L.” Food Chem. 2007104, 1478-1484.

313.    M. M. Radwan, N. a. El-Sebakhy, A. M. Asaad, S. M. Toaima, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Spinocoumarin I, a New Coumarin Derivative from Astragalus spinosus Forssk.” Nat. Prod. Commun. 20072, 919-922.

312.    S. Cao, P. J. Brodie, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, M. Callmander, S. Randrianasolo, E. Rakotobe, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Antiproliferative Cardenolides of Elaeodendron cf. orientale Jacq. from the Madagascar Rain Forest.”J. Nat. Prod., 200770, 1064-1066. DOI: 10.1021/np0701428 PMCID: PMC2464365

311.    D. G. I. Kingston and D. J. Newman. “Taxoids: Cancer-fighting Compounds from Nature.” Curr. Opin. Drug Disc. Dev. 2007, 10, 130-144.

310.    S. Cao, P. J. Brodie, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, S. Randrianasolo, E. Rakotobe, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Guttiferones K and L, Antiproliferative Compounds of Rheedia calcicola from the Madagascar Rain Forest.” J. Nat. Prod. 200770, 686-688. PMCID: PMC2464366

309.    S. Cao, A. Norris, J. H. Wisse, J. S. Miller, R. Evans and D. G. I. Kingston. “Ipomoeassin F, a New Cytotoxic Macrocyclic Glycoresin from the Leaves of Ipomoea squamosa from the Suriname Rain Forest.” Nat. Prod. Res. 2007, 21, 872-876. PMCID: PMC2776619

308.   B. J. Yoder, S. Cao, A. Norris, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Tambouranolide, a New Cytotoxic Hydroxybutanolide from a Tambourissa sp. (Monimiaceae).” Nat. Prod. Res. 200721, 37-41. PMCID: PMC2782940

307.    D. G. I. Kingston “The Shape of Things to Come: Structural and Synthetic Studies of Taxol and Related Compounds.” Phytochemistry 200768, 1843-1853. PMCID: PMC1979092

306.    S. Cao, P. J. Brodie, R. Randrianaivo, F. Ratovoson, M. Callmander, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston “Antiproliferative Xanthones of Terminalia calcicola from the Madagascar Rain Forest” J. Nat. Prod. 2007, 70, 679-681. PMCID: PMC2464362

305.    T. Ganesh, C. Yang, A. Norris, T. Glass, S. Bane, R. Ravindra, A. Banerjee, B. Metaferia, S. L. Thomas, P. Giannakakou, A. A. Alcaraz, A. S. Lakdawala, J. P. Snyder, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Evaluation of the Tubulin-Bound Paclitaxel Conformation: Synthesis, Biology and SAR Studies of C-4 to C-3′ Bridged Paclitaxel Analogs.” J. Med. Chem., 200750, 713-725. PMCID: PMC2585518

304.    B. J. Yoder, S. Cao, A. Norris, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, J. Razafitsalama, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston “Antiproliferative Prenylated Stilbenes and Flavonoids from Macaranga alnifolia from the Madagascar Rain Forest.” J. Nat. Prod.200770, 342-346. PMCID: PMC2614403

303.    S. Cao, A. Norris, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, J. Razafitsalama, Rabodo Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Cytotoxic Triterpenoid Saponins of Albizia gummifera from the Madagascar Rain Forest” J. Nat. Prod., 200770, 361-366. PMCID: PMC2442826

302.    R. B. Williams, A. Norris, J. S. Miller, C. Birkinshaw, F. Ratovoson, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, Cytotoxic Clerodane Diterpenoids and Their Hydrolysis Products from Casearia nigrescens from the Rainforest of Madagascar. J. Nat. Prod. 200770, 206-209. PMCID: PMC2435182

301.    S. Sharma, T. Ganesh, D. G.I. Kingston and S. Bane “Promotion of Tubulin Assembly by Poorly Soluble Taxol Analogs.” Analyt Biochem. 2007360,56-62PMCID: PMC1868410

300.    Y. Paik, C. Yang, B. Metaferia, S. Tang, S. Bane, R. Ravindra, N. Shanker, A. A. Alcarez, S. A. Johnson, J. Schaefer, R. D. O’Connor, L. Cegelski, J. P. Snyder, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Rotational-Echo Double-Resonance NMR Distance Measurements for the Tubulin-Bound Paclitaxel Conformation.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007129,361-370. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/ja0656604 PMCID: PMC2432525

299.    S. Cao, L. Ranarivelo, M. Ratsimbason, S. Randrianasolo, F. Ratovoson, M. Andrianjafy, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Antimalarial Activity of Compounds from Sloanea rhodantha (Baker) Capuron var. rhodantha from the Madagascar Rain Forest” Planta Med., 200772, 1438-1440.

298.    S. Cao, A. Norris, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, C. Birkinshaw, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, S. Rakotonandrasana, and D. G. I. Kingston, Cytotoxic Compounds of Physena madagascariensis from the Madagascar Rain Forest, Nat. Prod. Res.,2006, 20, 1157-1163.

297.    E. Ajaiyeoba and D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxicity Evaluation and Isolation of a Chroman Derivative from Phyllanthus amarus Aerial Part Extract.” Pharm. Biol. 200644, 668-671.

296.    B. T. Murphy, S. Cao, A. Norris, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxic Compounds of Schizolaena hystrix from the Madagascar Rainforest.” Planta Med., 200672, 1235-1237.

295.    S. Tang, C. Yang, P. Brodie, S. Bane, R. Ravindra, S. Sharma, Y. Jiang, J. P. Snyder, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Bridging Converts a Noncytotoxic nor-Paclitaxel Derivative to a Cytotoxic Analog by Constraining it to the T-Taxol Conformation.” Org. Lett. 20068, 3983-3986. PMCID: PMC2562586

294.    B. Karliga, J. K. Schilling, D. G. I. Kingston, S. Bane, R. Ravindra, and N. Talinli. “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of N-(Arysulfanyl)carbonyl Analogues of Paclitaxel (Taxol).” Chem. Biodiversity20063, 396-404.

293.     R. B. Williams, A. Norris, J. S. Miller, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G.  I. Kingston. “Two New Cytotoxic Naphthaquinones from Mendoncia cowanii from the Rainforest of Madagascar.” Planta Med.2006, 72564-566. PMCID: PMC2911133

292.    J. A. Clement, M. Li, S. M. Hecht, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Bioactive Isomalabaricane Triterpenoids from Rhabdastrella globostellata that Stabilize the Binding of DNA Polymerase b to DNA.” J. Nat. Prod. 200669, 373-376. PMCID: PMC2597401

291.   T. Ganesh, A. Norris, S. Sharma, S. Bane, A. A. Alcaraz, J. P. Snyder, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Design, Synthesis, and Bioactivity of Simplified Paclitaxel Analogs Based on the T-Taxol Bioactive Conformation.” Bioorg. Med. Chem 200614, 3447-3454.

290.   V. S. P. Chaturvedula, A. Norris, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Cytotoxic Diterpenes from Cassipourea madagascariensis from the Madagascar Rainforest.” J. Nat. Prod. 200669, 287-289. PMCID: PMC2587219.

289.    S. Cao, M. M. Radwan, A. Norris, J. S. Miller, F. Ratovoson, M. Andrianjafy, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston “Cytotoxic and Other Compounds from Didymochlaena truncatula from the Madagascar Rain Forest.” J. Nat. Prod. 200669, 284-286. PMCID: PMC2442717

288.    M. S. Abdel-Kader, M. E. Amer, S. Tang,and D. G. I. Kingston, “Two New Isoflavone Derivatives from the Roots of an Egyptian Collection of Lotus polyphyllos,” Nat. Prod. Res. 200620, 922-926.

287.    M. Reynolds, V. S. P. Chaturvedula, F. Ratovoson, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, R. C. Guza, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxic Diterpenoids from Podocarpus madagascariensis  from the Madagascar rainforest.” Nat. Prod. Res. 200620, 606-610.

286.     G. F. Paciotti, D. G. I. Kingston, and L. Tamarkin. “Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles: a Novel Nanoparticle Platform for Developing Multifunctional Tumor-targeted Drug Delivery Vectors.” Drug Devel. Res. 200667, 47-54.

285.     R. B. Williams, A. Norris, C. Slebodnick, J. S. Merola, J. S. Miller, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxic Sesquiterpene Lactones from Vernonia pachyclada from the Madagascar Rainforest.” J. Nat. Prod. 200568, 1371-1374. PMCID: PMC2539064

284.    D. G. I. Kingston and D. J. Newman. “Natural Products as Drug Leads; An Old Process or the New Hope for Drug Discovery?” IDrugs 20058, 990-992.

283.    E. Adou, R. B. Williams, J. K. Schilling, S. Malone, J. Meyer, J. H. Wisse, D. Frederik, D. Koese, M. C. M. Werkhoven, C. E. Snipes, T. L. Werk, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxic Diterpenoids from Two Lianas from the Suriname Rainforest.” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 200513, 6009-6014.

282.     C. Liu, M. Tamm, M. W. Nötzel, K. Rauch, A. de Meijere, J. K. Schilling, A. Lakdawala, J. P. Snyder, S. L. Bane, N. Shanker, R. Ravindra and David G. I. Kingston, “C3′ Cyclopropanated Taxol Analogs: Synthesis, Bioassay and Biostructural Analysis” Eur. J. Org. Chem., 200518, 3962-3972.

281.    S. Cao, C. Foster, J. S. Lazo, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Four Diterpenoid Inhibitors of Cdc25B Phosphatase From a Marine Anemone.” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 200513, 5830-5834.

280.    S. Cao, C. Foster, J. S. Lazo, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Sesterterpenoids and an Alkaloid from a Thorectandra sp. as Inhibitors of the Phosphatase Cdc25B.” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 2005, 13, 5094-5098.

279.    A. K. Bahceevli, S. Kurucu, U. Kolak, G. Topçu, E. Adou, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Alkaloids and Aromatics of Cyathobasis fruticulosa (Bunge) Aellen.” J. Nat. Prod. 200568, 956-958.

278.    B. T. Murphy, S. Cao, A. Norris, F. Ratovoson, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxic Flavanones from Schizolaena hystrix from the Madagascar Rainforest.” J. Nat. Prod. 200568, 417-419.

277.    A. C. Goren, B.-N. Zhou, G. Topçu, G. Kokdil, D. G. I. Kingston, “DNA Damaging Activities of Methanol Extract of Ajuga postii and Iridoid Glycoside Reptoside.” Nat. Prod. Res. 200519, 457-460.

276.    D. G. I. Kingston and D. J.Newman, “The Search for Novel Drug Leads for Predominately Antitumor Therapies by Utilizing Mother Nature’s Pharmacophoric Libraries.”Curr. Opin. Drug Disc. Develop. 2005, 8, 207-227.

275.    G. Topçu, A. C. Gören, G. Bilsel, M. Bilsel, O. Cakmak, J. Schilling, D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxic Activity and Essential Oil Composition of Leaves and Berries of Juniperus excelsa. Pharm. Biol. 200543, 125-128.

274.    S. Cao, R. C. Guza, J. H. Wisse, R. Evans, H. van der Werff, J. S. Miller, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Ipomoeassins A-E, Five New Cytotoxic Macrocyclic Glycoresins, from the Leaves of Ipomoea squamosa from the Suriname Rainforest.” J. Nat. Prod. 200568, 487-492. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/np049629w

273.    D. G. I. Kingston, S. Bane, and J. P. Snyder, “The Taxol Pharmacophore and the T-Taxol Bridging Principle” Cell Cycle 20054, 279-289. PMID: 15611640

272.    B.-N. Zhou, S. Tang, R. K. Johnson, M. R. Mattern, J. S. Lazo, E. R. Sharlow, K. Harich, and D. G. I. Kingston, “New Glycolipid Inhibitors of Myt1 Kinase” Tetrahedron 200561, 883-887.

271.    S. Cao, C. Foster, M. Brisson, J. S. Lazo, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Halenaquinone and Xestoquinone Derivatives, Inhibitors of Cdc25B Phosphatase from a Xestospongia sp.” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 200513, 999-1003.

270.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, A. Farooq, J. K. Schilling, S. Malone, I. Derveld, M. C. M. Werkhoven, J. H. Wisse, M. Ratsimbason, and D. G. I. Kingston, “New Eudesmane Derivatives from Melampodium camphoratum from the Suriname Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod. 200467, 2053-2057.

269.    M. M. Radwan, N. A. El-Sebakhy, A. M. Asaad, S. M. Toaima, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Kahiricosides II-V, New Cycloartane Glycosides from an Egyptian Collection of  Astragalus kahiricus” Phytochemistry 200465, 2909-2913.

268.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, B.-N. Zhou, Z. Gao,S J. Thomas, S. M. Hecht, and D. G. I. Kingston, “New Lupane Triterpenoids from Solidago canadensisthat Inhibit the Lyase Activity of DNA Polymerase b” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 2004, 12, 6271-6275.

267.    C. Liu, J. K. Schilling, R. Ravindra, S. Bane, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Syntheses and Bioactivities of Macrocyclic Paclitaxel Bis-Lactones” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 200412, 6147-6161.

266.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, Z. Gao, S. M. Hecht, S. H. Jones, and D. G. I. Kingston, “New Norditerpenoids and a Diterpenoid from a Sponge that Inhibit the Lyase Activity of DNA Polymerase b.” Tetrahedron 200460, 9991-9995.

265.    S. Cao,Z. Gao, S. J. Thomas, S. M. Hecht, J. S. Lazo, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Marine Sesquiterpenoids that Inhibit the Lyase Activity of DNA Polymerase b” J. Nat. Prod. 200467, 1716-1718.

264.    S. Cao, J. K. Schilling, J. S. Miller, A. Randrianasolo, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston. “New Cytotoxic Alkyl Phloroglucinols from Protorhus thouvenotii” Planta Med. 200470, 683-684.

263.    T. Ganesh, R. C. Guza, S. Bane, R. Ravindra, N. Shanker, A. S. Lakdawala, J. P. Snyder, and D. G. I. Kingston, “The Bioactive Taxol Conformation on b-tubulin: Experimental Evidence from Highly Active Constrained Analogs.” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci USA2004101, 10006-10011. http://www.pnas.org/content/101/27/10006.full.pdf PMCID: PMC454156

262.    S. Cao, R. C. Guza, J. S. Miller, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxic Triterpenoids from Acridocarpus vivy. J. Nat. Prod. 200467, 986-989.

261.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, S. M. Hecht, Z. Gao, S. H. Jones X. Feng, and D. G. I. Kingston, “A New Ursane Triterpene from Monochaetum vulcanicum that Inhibits DNA Polymerase b Lyase” J. Nat. Prod. 200467, 899-901.

260.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, J. K. Schilling, J. S. Miller, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and D. G. I. Kingston, “New Cytotoxic Terpenoids from the Wood of Vepris punctata from the Madagascar Rainforest”J. Nat. Prod. 200467, 895-898.

259.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, S. M. Hecht, Z. Gao, S. H. Jones, X. Feng, and D. G. I. Kingston, “New Neolignans that Inhibit DNA Polymerase β Lyase” J. Nat. Prod. 2004, 67, 964-967.

258.    G. Topçu, G. Kökdil,  Z. Türkmen, W. Voelter, E. Adou, and D. G. I. Kingston, “A New Clerodane Diterpene and Other Constituents from Ajuga chamaepitys ssp. laevigata.” Z. Naturforsch. 2004, 59b, 584-588.

257.    M. M. Radwan, A. Farooq, N. A. El-Sebakhy, A. M. Asaad, S. M. Toaima, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Acetals of Three New Cycloartane-Type Saponins from Egyptian Collections of Astragalus tomentosus.J. Nat. Prod. 200467, 487-490.

256.    S. Cao, S. J. K. Schilling, J. S. Miller, R. Andriantsiferana,  V. E. Rasamison, D. G. I. Kingston, “Cytotoxic Compounds from Mundulea chapelierifrom the Madagascar Rainforest”J. Nat. Prod. 200467, 454-456.

255.    J. A. Clement, B. J. Yoder, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Natural Products as a Source of CNS Agents,” Mini-Rev. Org. Chem. 20041, 183-208.

254.    C. Liu, J. S. Strobl, S. Bane,  J. K. Schilling,  M. McCracken, S. K. Chatterjee, R. Rahim-Bata, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Design, Synthesis and Bioactivities of Steroid Linked Taxol Analogs as Potential Targeted Drugs for Prostate and Breast Cancer.” J. Nat. Prod. 200467, 152-159.

253.    D. G. I. Kingston,  “What Makes Epothilones Stick?” Chem. & Biol. 200411, 153-155.

252.    G. Topçu, Z. Türkmen, A. Ulubelen, J. K. Schilling, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Highly Hydroxylated Triterpenes from Salvia kronenburgii.” J. Nat. Prod.200467, 118-121.

251.    G. Topçu, Z. Aydogmus, S. Imre, A. C. Gören, J. M. Pezzuto,  J. A. Clement, and D. G. I. Kingston, Brominated Sesquiterpenes from the Red Alga Laurencia obtusa. J. Nat. Prod. 200366, 1505-1508.

250.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, Z. Gao, S. M. Hecht, S. H. Jones, and David G. I. Kingston, “A New Acylated Oleanane Triterpenoid from Couepia polyandra that Inhibits the Lyase Activity of DNA Polymerase-b.”J. Nat. Prod. 200366, 1463-1465.

249.    T. Ganesh, J. K. Schilling, R. K. Palakodety, R. Ravindra, N. Shanker, S. Bane, and D. G. I. Kingston, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Fluorescently Labeled Epothilone Analogs for Tubulin Binding Studies. Tetrahedron 200359, 9979-9984.

248.    A. C. Gören, B.-N. Zhou, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Cytotoxic and DNA Damaging Activity of Some Aporphine Alkaloids from Stephania dinklagei.” Planta Med. 200369, 867-868.

247.    J. A. Clement, B.-N. Zhou, T. Glass, R. K. Johnson, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Isolation and Characterization of a Tie-2 Inhibitory Sulfated Triterpenoid from a Green Alga of the Tuemoya Genus: Complete Assignment of the 1H and 13C Spectra of a Sulfated Triterpenoid Tie-2 Inhibitor.” Mag. Reson. Chem.200341, 644-646.

246.    R. B. Williams, J. Hoch, T. E. Glass, R. Evans, J. S. Miller, Jan H. Wisse, and D. G. I. Kingston, “A Novel Cytotoxic Guttiferone Analog from Garcinia macrophylla from the Suriname Rainforest.” Planta Med. 200369, 864-866.

245.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, J. K. Schilling, J. S. Miller, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and David G. I. Kingston “New Cytotoxic Alkaloids from the Wood of Vepris punctata from the Madagascar Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod200366, 532-534.

244.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, S. Sprague, J. K. Schilling, and D. G. I. Kingston, “New Cytotoxic Indole Alkaloids from Tabernaemontana calcarea from the Madagascar Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod200366, 528-531.

243.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, J. K. Schilling, R. K. Johnson, and D. G. I. Kingston, “New Cytotoxic Lupane Triterpenoids from the Twigs of Coussarea paniculata” J. Nat. Prod200366, 419-422.

242.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, J. K. Schilling, J. S. Miller, R. Andriantsiferana, V. E. Rasamison, and David G. I. Kingston, “New Cytotoxic Oleanane Saponins from the Infructescences of Polyscias amplifolia from the Madagascar Rainforest”Planta Med. 200369, 440-444.

241.    G. Topçu, E. N. Altiner, S. Gozcu, B. Halfon, Z. Aydogmus, J. M. Pezzuto, B.-N. Zhou, and D. G. I. Kingston “Studies on Di- and Triterpenoids from Salvia staminea with Cytotoxic Activity” Planta Med. 200369, 464-467.

240.    E. Baloglu,J. M. Hoch, D. M. Barron, S. Bane, and D. G. I. Kingston “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of C-3’NH/C-10 and C-2/C-10 Modified Paclitaxel Analogs” Bioorg. Med. Chem. 200311, 1557-1568.

239.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, J. K. Schilling, S. Malone, M. C. M. Werkhoven, J. H. Wisse, and D. G. I. Kingston “Two New Triterpene Acids from Manihot esculenta from the Suriname Rainforest” Planta Med. 200369, 271-274.

238.    D. M. Barron, S. Chatterjee, R. Ravindra, R. Roof, E. Baloglu, D. G. I. Kingston, and S. Bane, “A Fluorescence-Based High Throughput Assay for Antimicrotubule Drugs” Analyt. Biochem.2003315, 49-56.

237.    C. Liu, M. Tamm, M. W. Nötzel, A. de Meijere,J. K. Schilling, and D. G. I. Kingston “Synthesis, structure, and bioactivities of paclitaxel analogs with a cyclopropanated side-chain.” Tetrahedron Lett., 200344, 2049-2052.

236.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, J. K. Schilling, J. H. Wisse, J. S. Miller, R. Evans, and D. G. I. Kingston “A New Cytotoxic Limonoid from Odontadenia macrantha from the Suriname Rainforest” Mag. Reson. Chem., 200341, 139-142.

235.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, J. K. Schilling, J. S. Miller, R. Andriantsiferana, and D. G. I. Kingston “New Cytotoxic Bis-5-Alkylresorcinol Derivatives from the Leaves of Oncostemon bojerianum from the Madagascar Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod., 200265, 1627-1632.

234.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, J. K. Schilling, J. Miller, R. Andriantsiferana, and D. G. I. Kingston “Two New Triterpene Esters from the Twigs of Brachylaena ramiflora from the Madagascar Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod., 2002, 65, 1222-1224.

233.    P. G. Jagtap, E. Baloglu, D. M. Barron, S. Bane, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Design and Synthesis of a Combinatorial Chemistry Library of 10-Acyl and 7,10-Diacyl Analogues of Paclitaxel (Taxol™) Using Solid Phase Synthesis” J. Nat. Prod., 200265, 1136-1142.

232.    V. S. P. Chaturvedula, J. K. Schilling, and D. G. I. Kingston “New Cytotoxic Coumarins and Prenylated Benzophenone Derivatives from the bark of Ochrocarpus punctatus from the Madagascar Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod. 200265, 965-972.

231.    D. G. I. Kingston and D. J. Newman, “Mother Nature’s Combinatorial Libraries: Their Influence on the Synthesis of Drugs” Current Opin. Drug Disc. Devel. 20025, 304-316.

230.    C. V. Sai Prakash, J. M. Hoch, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Structure and Stereochemistry of New Cytotoxic Clerodane Diterpenoids from the Bark of Casearia lucida from the Madagascar Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod200265, 100-107.

229.  Y. Seo,  J. Hoch, M. Abdel-Kader, S. Malone,  I. Derveld,  H. Adams, M. C. M. Werkhoven,  J. H. Wisse, T. Glass,  S. W. Mamber,  J. M. Dalton,  and D. G. I. Kingston, “Bioactive Saponins from Acacia tenuifolia from the Suriname Rainforest” J. Nat. Prod200265, 170-174.

228.    A. H. Abou-Donia, M. E. Amer, F. A. Darwish, F. F. Kassem, H. M. Hammoda, M. S. Abdel-Kader, B.-N. Zhou, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Two New Alkaloids of the Crinane Series from Pancratium sickenbergeri” Planta Med. 200268, 377-379.

227.    Y. Seo, J. M. Berger, J. Hoch, K. Neddermann, I. Bursuker, S. W. Mamber, and D. G. I. Kingston, “A New Triterpenoid Saponin from Pittosporum viridiflorum from the Madagascar Rainforest. J. Nat. Prod200265, 65-68.

226.    M. Abdel-Kader, J. M. Berger, C. Slebodnick, J. Hoch, S. Malone, J. H. Wisse, M. C. M. Werkhoven, S. Mamber, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Isolation and Absolute Configuration of ent-Halimane Diterpenoids from Hymenaea courbaril from the Suriname Rain Forest.” J. Nat. Prod. 200265, 11-15.

225.    M. G. de Carvalho, D. C. Cranchi, D. G. I. Kingston, and A. A. Werle, “Proposed Active Constituents of Dipladenia martiana” Phytother. Res.200115, 715-717.

224.    B.-N. Zhou,R. K. Johnson, M. R. Mattern, P. W. Fisher, and D. G. I. Kingston, “The First Naturally Occurring Tie2 Kinase Inhibitor.” Org. Lett. 20013, 4047-4049.

223.    C. A. Wood, K. Lee,  A. J. Vaisberg, D. G. I. Kingston, C. C. Neto, and G. B. Hammond, “A Bioactive Spirolactone Iridoid and Triterpenoids from Himatanthus sucuuba.” Chem. Pharm. Bull. 200149, 1477-1478.

222.    B. N. Zhou, M. R. Mattern R. K. Johnson, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Structure and Stereochemistry of a Novel Bioactive Sphingolipid from Calyx sp.” Tetrahedron 200157, 9549-9554.

221.    B. B. Metaferia, J. Hoch, T. E. Glass, S. L. Bane, S. K. Chatterjee, J. P. Snyder, A. Lakdawala, B. Cornett, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Novel Macrocyclic Paclitaxel Analogs.” Org. Lett. 20013, 2461-2464.

220.    E. Baloglu, D. G. I. Kingston, P. Patel, S. K. Chatterjee, and S. Bane “Synthesis and Microtubule Binding of Fluorescent Paclitaxel Derivatives.”Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett. 200111, 2249-2252.

219.    D. G. I. Kingston “Taxol, a Molecule for All Seasons.” Chem. Comm. 2001, 867-880.

218.    D. G. I. Kingston “Biodiversity Conservation and Drug Discovery in Suriname: Explorations in Nature’s Combinatorial Library.” Pure Appl. Chem. 200173, 595-599.

217.    M. Abdel-Kader, J. Hoch, J. Berger, R. Evans, J. S. Miller, J. H. Wisse, S. Mamber, J. M. Dalton, and D. G. I. Kingston “Two Bioactive Saponins from Albizia subdimidiata from the Suriname Rainforest.” J. Nat. Prod200164, 536-539.

216.    A. A. L. Gunatilaka, J. M. Berger, R. Evans, J. S. Miller, J. H. Wisse, K. M. Neddermann, I. Bursuker, and D. G. I. Kingston “Isolation, Synthesis, and Structure-Activity Relationships of Bioactive Benzoquinones from Miconia lepidota from the Suriname Rain Forest.” J. Nat. Prod200164, 2-5.

215.    M. D. Chordia, H. Yuan, P. G. Jagtap, J. F. Kadow, B. H. Long, C. R. Fairchild, K. A. Johnston, and D. G. I. Kingston “Synthesis and Bioactivity of 2,4-Diacyl Analogues of Paclitaxel.” Bioorg. Med. Chem2001 9, 171-178.

214.    M. S. Abdel-Kader, B. D. Bahler, S. Malone, M. C. M. Werkhoven, J. H. Wisse, K. Neddermann, I. Bursuker, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Bioactive Saponins from Swartzia schomburgkii from the Suriname Rain Forest.” J. Nat. Prod. 2000, 63, 1461-1464.

213.    H. Yuan, C. R. Fairchild, X. Liang, and D. G. I. Kingston “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of C-6 and C-7 Modified Paclitaxels.” Tetrahedron200056, 6407-6414.

212.    B.-N. Zhou, C. Slebodnick, R. K. Johnson, M. R. Mattern, and D. G. I. Kingston. “New Cytotoxic Manzamine Alkaloids from a Palaun Sponge.”Tetrahedron 200056, 5781-5784.

211.    B.-N. Zhou, J. M. Hoch, R. K. Johnson, W.-K. Eng, S. M. Hecht, D. J. Newman, and D. G. I. Kingston. “Use of COMPARE Analysis to Discover New Natural Product Drugs: Isolation of Camptothecin and 9-Methoxycamptothecin from a New Source.”J. Nat. Prod. 200063, 1273-1276.

210.    L. He, P. G. Jagtap, D. G. I. Kingston, H.-J. Shen, G. A. Orr, and S. B.Horwitz. “A Common Pharmacophore for Taxol and the Epothilones Based on the Biological Activity of a Taxane Molecule Lacking a C-13 Side Chain.” Biochemistry 200039, 3972-3978.

209.    D. G. I. Kingston. “Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Taxol.” J. Nat. Prod200063, 726-734.

208.    C. C. Neto, A. J. Vaisberg, B.-N. Zhou, D. G. I. Kingston, and G. B. Hammond, “Cytotoxic Triterpene Acids from the Peruvian Medicinal Plant Polylepis racemosa” Planta Med. 200066, 483-484.

207.    S. Schwikkard, B.-N. Zhou, T. E. Glass, J. L. Sharp, G. A. Hofmann, M. A. Mattern, R. K. Johnson, and D. G. I.  Kingston. “Bioactive Compounds from Combretum erythrophyllum.” J. Nat. Prod. 200063, 457-460.

206.    B.-N. Zhou, R. K. Johnson, M. R. Mattern, X. Wang, S. M. Hecht, H. T. Beck, A. Ortiz, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Isolation and Biochemical Characterization of a New Topoisomerase I Inhibitor from Ocotea leucoxylum.” J. Nat. Prod. 200063, 217-221.

205.    D. G. I. Kingston, M. Abdel-Kader, B.-N. Zhou, S.-W. Yang, J. M. Berger, H. van der Werff, J. S. Miller, R. Evans, R. Mittermeier, L. Famolare, M. Guerin-McManus, S. Malone, E. Moniz, J. H. Wisse, D. Vyas and J. J. K. Wright “The Suriname International Cooperative Group: Lessons From the First Five Years.” Pharm. Biol. 1999S37, 22-34.

204.    Y. Li, R. Edsall, Jr., P. G. Jagtap, D. G. I Kingston, and S. Bane “Equilibrium Studies of a Fluorescent Paclitaxel Derivative Binding to Microtubules.” Biochemistry200039, 616-623.

203.    Y. Li, B. Poliks, L. Cegelski, M. Poliks, Z. Gryczynski, G. Piszczek, P. G. Jagtap, D. R. Studelska, D. G. I. Kingston, J. Schaefer, and S. Bane, “The Conformation of Microtubule-Bound Paclitaxel Determined by Fluorescence Spectroscopy and REDOR NMR.” Biochemistry 200039, 281-291.

202.    K. K. Lee, B.-N. Zhou, D. G. I. Kingston, A. J. Vaisberg, and G. B. Hammond, “Bioacive Indole Alkaloids from the Bark of Uncaria guianensis.” Planta Med. 199965, 759-760.

201.    E. Baloglu and D. G. I. Kingston “The Taxane Diterpenoids” J. Nat. Prod199962, 1448-1472. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/np990176i

200.    H. Yuan, D. G. I. Kingston, D. L. Sackett, and E. Hamel “Synthesis and Biological Activity of a Novel C4-C6 Bridged Paclitaxel Analog.” Tetrahedron 199955, 9707-9716.

199.    S.-W. Yang, B.-N. Zhou, S. Malone, M. C. M. Werkhoven, F. van Troon, J. H. Wisse, and D. G. I. Kingston, “A New Labdane Diterpenoid from Renealmia alpinia Collected in the Suriname Rain Forest.” J. Nat. Prod. 199962, 1173-1174.

198.    H. Yuan and D. G. I. Kingston “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of C-1 and Ring Modified A-norpaclitaxels.” Tetrahedron 199955, 9089-9100.

197.    A. A. L. Gunatilaka, V. J.  Paul, P. U. Park, M. P. Puglisi, A. D. Gitler, D. S. Eggleston, R. C. Haltiwanger, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Apakaochtodenes A and B: Two Tetrahalogenated Monoterpenes from the Red Marine Alga Portieria hornemannii.” J. Nat. Prod. 199962, 1376-1378.

196.    S.-W. Yang, M. Abdel-Kader, S. Malone, M. C. M. Werkhoven, J. H. Wisse, I. Bursuker,  K. Neddermann, C. Fairchild, C. Raventos-Suarez, A. T. Menendez, K. Lane, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Analogues of Cryptolepine, an Alkaloid Isolated from the Suriname Rainforest.” J. Nat. Prod. 199962, 976-983.

195.    E. Baloglu and D. G. I. Kingston “A New Semisynthesis of Paclitaxel from Baccatin III”. J. Nat. Prod. 199962, 1068-1071.

194.    C. Wu, R. K. Johnson, M. R. Mattern, J. C. Wong, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Synthesis of Furanonaphthoquinones with Hydroxyamino Side Chains.” J. Nat. Prod. 199962, 963-968.

193.    A. A. L. Gunatilaka, F. D. Ramdayal, M. H. Sarragiotto, D. G. I. Kingston, D. L. Sackett and E. Hamel, “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Novel Paclitaxel (Taxol) D-Ring Modified Analogues” J. Org. Chem. 199964, 2694-2703.

192.    D. G. I. Kingston, M. D. Chordia, P. G. Jagtap, J. Liang, Y.-C. Shen, B. H. Long, C. R. Fairchild, and K. A. Johnston “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of 1-Deoxypaclitaxel Analogues” J. Org. Chem. 199964, 1814-1822.

191.    P. G. Jagtap and D. G. I. Kingston, “A Facile N-Debenzoylation of Paclitaxel: Conversion of Paclitaxel to Docetaxel.” Tetrahedron Lett199940, 189-192.

190.    B.-N. Zhou, B. D. Bahler, G. A. Hofmann, M. R. Mattern, R. K. Johnson, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Phenylethanoid Glycosides from Digitalis purpurea and Penstemon linearioide with PKC Inhibitory Activity. J. Nat. Prod. 199861, 1410-1412.

189.    K. K. Lee, B. D. Bahler, G. A. Hofmann, M. R. Mattern, R K. Johnson, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Isolation and Structure Elucidation of New PKCα Inhibitors from Pinus flexilis  J. Nat. Prod. 199861, 1407-1409.

188.    D. G. I. Kingston, A. G. Chaudhary, M. D. Chordia, M. Gharpure, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, P. I. Higgs, J. M. Rimoldi, L. Samala, P. G. Jagtap, P. Giannakakou, Y. Q. Jiang, C. M. Lin, E. Hamel, B. H. Long, C. A. Fairchild, and K. A. Johnston,“Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of 2-Acyl Analogues of Paclitaxel (Taxol®)” J. Med. Chem. 199841, 3715-3726.

187.    J. J. Pennington, A. G. Fett-Neto, S. A. Nicholson, D. G. I. Kingston, and F. DiCosmo “Acetyl-CoA:10Deacetylbaccatin-III-10-O-Acetyltransferase Activity in Leaves and Cell Suspension Cultures of Taxus cuspidata”. Phytochemistry, 199849, 2261-2266.

186.    H. Yuan and D. G. I. Kingston, “Synthesis of 6-Hydroxypaclitaxel, the Major Human Metabolite of Paclitaxel.”Tetrahedron Lett., 199839, 4967-4970.

185.    S.-W. Yang, B.-N. Zhou, Wisse, J. H.; R. Evans, H. van der Werff, and D. G. I Kingston, Three New Ellagic Acid Derivatives from the Bark of Eschweilera coriacea from the Suriname Rain Forest. J. Nat. Prod., 199861, 901-906.

184.    Y. Han, H. Malak, A. G. Chaudhary, M. D. Chordia, D. G. I. Kingston, and S. Bane, “Distances Between the Paclitaxel, Colchicine, and Exchangeable GTP Binding Sites on Tubulin” Biochemistry 199837, 6636-6644.

183.    P. R. F. de Carvalho, V. da S. Bolzani, M. Furlan, M. C. M. Young, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Acetylated DNA-Damaging Clerodane Diterpenes from Casearia sylvestris” Phytochemistry199849, 1659-1662.

182.    M. S. Abdel-Kader, S. Malone, M. C. M. Werkhoven, F. van Troon, M. David, J. H. Wisse, and D. G. I. Kingston “DNA Damaging Steroidal Alkaloids from Eclipta alba from the Suriname Rain Forest.”J. Nat. Prod. 199861, 1202-1208.

181.    D. G. I. Kingston, “Studies on the Chemistry of Taxol®” Pure Appl. Chem., 199870, 331-334.

180.    A. A. L. Gunatilaka, V. da S. Bolzani, E. Dagne, G. A. Hofmann, R. K. Johnson, F. L. McCabe, M. R. Mattern, and D. G. I. Kingston “Limonoids Showing Selective Toxicity to DNA Repair-Deficient Yeast and Other Constituents of Trichilia emetica”. J. Nat. Prod., 199861, 179-184.

179.    J. M. Watson, D. G. I. Kingston, M. D. Chordia, C. A. Rinehart, and J. S. Haskill, “Localization of the Structural Region of Taxol Responsible for Cytokine Gene Induction and Cytotoxicity in Human Ovarian Cancer Cells”,Cancer Chemother. Pharm. 199841, 391-397.

178.    C. Wu, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, F. McCabe, R. K. Johnson, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Bioactive and other Sesquiterpenes from Chiloscyphus rivularis.” J. Nat. Prod199760, 1281-1286.

177.    M. S. Abdel-Kader, J. H. Wisse, R. Evans, H. van der Werff, and D. G. I. Kingston “Bioactive Iridoids and a New Lignan from Allamanda cathartica and Himatanthus fallax from the Suriname Rain Forest.”J. Nat. Prod. 199760, 1294-1297.

176.    B.-N. Zhou, N. J. Baj, T. E. Glass, S. Malone, M. C. M. Werkhoven, F. van Troon, M. David, J. H. Wisse, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Bioactive Labdane Diterpenoids from Renealmia alpinia from the Suriname Rain Forest” J. Nat. Prod. 199760, 1287-1293.

175.    M. D. Chordia and D. G. I. Kingston, “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Amide-Linked A-Norpaclitaxels”, Tetrahedron 1997, 53, 5699-5710.

174.    L. M. M. Valente, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, M. L. Patitucci, and A. C. Pinto, “A Bioactive Seco-rosane Diterpenoid from Vellozia candida”, J. Nat. Prod. 199760, 478-481.

173.    A. A. L. Gunatilaka, M. D. Chordia and D. G. I. Kingston, “An Efficient Conversion of Cephalomannine to Paclitaxel and 3’N-Aroyl-3’N-debenzoylpaclitaxel Analogs” J. Org. Chem., 1997, 62,  3775-3778.

172.    R. Nicholov, M. D. Chordia, D. G. I. Kingston, F. DiCosmo, “Molecular Mobility of Nitroxyl Labelled Taxol Analogues During Tubulin Assembly”. FEBS Lett.1997405, 73-76.

171.    M. D. Chordia, D. G. I. Kingston, E. Hamel and C. M. Lin “Synthesis and Biological Activity of A-nor-Paclitaxel Analogs” Bioorg. Med. Chem., 19975, 941-947.

170.    V. de S. Bolzani, C. M. Izumisawa, M. C. M. Young, L. M. V. Trevisan, D. G. I. Kingston, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, “Iridoids from Tocoyena formosa”. Phytochemistry, 199746, 305-308.

169.    X. Liang, D. G. I. Kingston, B. H. Long, C. A. Fairchild, and K. A. Johnston “Paclitaxel Analogs Modified in Ring C: Synthesis and Biological Evaluation” Tetrahedron 199753, 3441-3456.

168.    M. V. Blagosklonny, P. Giannakakou, W. S. El-Deiry, D. G. I. Kingston, P. I. Higgs, L. Neckers, and T. Fojo, “Raf-1/bcl-2 Phosphorylation: A Step from Microtubule Damage to Cell Death” Cancer Res.199737, 130-135.

167.    T. Pengsuparp, D. G. I. Kingston, K. A. Neidigh, G. A. Cordell, and J. M. Pezzuto, “Evaluation of the Cytotoxic Mechanism Mediated by Baccatin III, the Synthetic Precursor of Taxol”, Chem.-Biol. Interact., 1996101, 103-114.

166.    Y. Han, A. G. Chaudhary, M. D. Chordia, D. L. Sackett, B. Perez-Ramirez, D. G. I. Kingston, and S. Bane, “Interaction of a Fluorescent Derivative of Paclitaxel (Taxol®) with Microtubules and Tubulin-Colchicine”, Biochemistry, 199635, 14173-14183.

165.    Y. C. Kim, D. G. I. Kingston, “A New Caprylic Alcohol Glycoside from Circaea lutetiana ssp. canadensis”. J. Nat. Prod. 199659, 1096-1098.

164.    W. R. Phillips, N. J. Baj, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, and D. G. I. Kingston, “C-Geranyl Compounds from Mimulus Clevelandii” J. Nat. Prod.199659, 495-497.

163.    D. G. I. Kingston, “Sorties and Surprises: Unexpected Reactions of Taxol™”, Rev. Latinoamer. Quim. 199624, 69-75.

162.    Y. C. Kim, Q.-M. Che, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Bioactive Steroidal Alkaloids from Solanum Umbelliferum” J. Nat. Prod.199659, 283-285.

161.    J. M. Rimoldi, A. A. Molinero, M. D. Chordia, M. M. Gharpure, and D. G. I. Kingston, “An Improved Method for the Separation of Paclitaxel and Cephalomannine”, J. Nat. Prod., 199659, 167-168.

160.    M. D. Chordia and D. G. I. Kingston, “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of 2-epi-Paclitaxel”, J. Org. Chem.199661, 799-801.

159.    C. M. Lin, Y. Q. Jiang, A. G. Chaudhary, J. M. Rimoldi, D. G. I. Kingston, and E. Hamel. “A Convenient Tubulin-based Quantitative Assay for Paclitaxel (Taxol) Derivatives More Active Than the Parent Compound”.Cancer Chemother. Pharmacol., 199634, 136-140.

158.    Y. C. Kim, V. da S. Bolzani, N. Baj, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, and D. G. I. Kingston, “A DNA-Damaging Sesquiterpene and Other Constituents of Frullania nisquallensis“, Planta Medica199662, 61-63.

157.    Y. C. Kim and D. G. I. Kingston, “Two Phenolic Amides from Cocculus Diversifolius“, Korean J. Pharmacog. 199526, 273-275.

156.    Y. C. Kim and D. G. I. Kingston, “Phenolic Compounds from Frullania Nisquallensis“, Korean J. Pharmacog.199526, 248-252.

155.    M. D. Chordia, M. M. Gharpure, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Facile AB Ring Cleavage Reactions of Taxoids”, Tetrahedron199551, 12963-12970.

154.    X. Liang, D. G. I. Kingston, B. H. Long, C. A. Fairchild, and K. A. Johnston, “Synthesis, Structure Elucidation, and Biological Evaluation of C-Norpaclitaxel”, Tetrahedron Lett.., 199536, 7795-7798.

153.    E. R. Silveira, M. J. C. Falcao, A. Menezes, Jr., D. G. I. Kingston, and T. E. Glass, “Pentaoxygenated Xanthones from Bredemeyra Floribunda“, Phytochemistry, 199539, 1433-1436.

152.    S. Rao, G. A. Orr, A. G. Chaudhary, D. G. I. Kingston, and S. B. Horwitz, “Characterization of the Taxol-Binding Site on the Microtubule: 2-(m-Azidobenzoyl)taxol Photolabels a Peptide (amino acids 217-231) of -tubulin”. J. Biol. Chem., 1995270, 20235-20238.

151.    V. da S. Bolzani, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Bioactive Guanidine Alkaloids from Pterogyne nitens“, J. Nat. Prod., 199558, 1683-1688.

150.    E. M. K. Wijeratne, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, R. C. Haltiwanger, and D. S. Eggleston, “Artabotrine: A Novel Bioactive Alkaloid from Artabotrys zeylanicus“, Tetrahedron199551, 7877-7882.

149.    Bolzani, V. da S., Gunatilaka, A. A. L., and D. G. I. Kingston, “Bioactive and Other Piperidine Alkaloids from Cassia leptophylla” Tetrahedron199551, 5929-5934.

148.    A. G. Chaudhary, M. D. Chordia, and D. G. I. Kingston, “A Novel Benzoyl Group Migration: Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of 1-Benzoyl-2-des(benzoyloxy)paclitaxel, J. Org. Chem., 199560, 3260-3262.

147.    M. Govindan, G. N. Govindan, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Mechanism-based Antitumor Screening of Caribbean Marine Organisms: Isolation and Structure Determination of Novel Diterpenoids from the Gorgonian Eunicea tourneforti“, J. Nat. Prod., 199558, 1174-1184.

146.    X. Liang, D. G. I. Kingston, C. M. Lin, and E. Hamel, “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Paclitaxel Analogs Modified In Ring C”, Tetrahedron Lett.199536, 2901-2904.

145.    S. Grover, J. M. Rimoldi, A. A. Molinero, A. G. Chaudhary, D. G. I. Kingston, and E. Hamel, “Differential Effects of Paclitaxel (Taxol) Analogs Modified at Positions C-2, C-7, and C-3′ on Tubulin Polymerization and Polymer Stabilization: Identification of a Hyperactive Taxol Derivative, Biochemistry, 199534, 3927-3934.

144.    E. M. K. Wijeratne, L. B. deSilva , T. Kikuchi, Y. Tezuka, A. A. L. Gunatilaka and D. G. I. Kingston, “Cyathocaline: an Azafluorenone Alkaloid from Cyathocalyx zeylanica, J. Nat. Prod., 199558, 459-462.

143.    M. D. Chordia, A. G. Chaudhary, D. G. I. Kingston, Y. Q. Jiang, and E. Hamel “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of 4-Deacetoxytaxol”. Tetrahedron Lett., 1994, 35, 6843-6846.

142.    K. A. Neidigh, M. M. Gharpure, J. M. Rimoldi, D. G. I. Kingston, Y. Q. Jiang, and E. Hamel, “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of 4-Deacetyltaxol”. Tetrahedron Lett. 1994, 35, 6839-6842.

141.    L. M. M. Valente, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, and A. C. Pinto, “Norcucurbitacin Gentiobiosides from Fevillea trilobata. J. Nat. Prod., 1994, 57, 1560-1563.

140.    R. Chen and D. G. I. Kingston, “Isolation and Structure Elucidation of New Taxoids from Taxus brevifolia, J. Nat. Prod1994, 57, 1017-1021.

139.    D. G. I. Kingston, “Taxol: the Chemistry and Structure-Activity Relationships of a Novel Anticancer Agent”, Trends Biotech.1994, 12, 222-227.

138.    D. G. I. Kingston, A. G. Chaudhary, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, and M. L. Middleton, “Synthesis of Taxol from Baccatin III via an Oxazoline Intermediate”, Tetrahedron Lett., 1994, 35, 4483-4484.

137.    A. A. L. Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, and R. K. Johnson, “Mechanism-based Isolation and Structures of some Anticancer Natural Products”, Pure Appl. Chem., 199466, 2219-2222.

136.    A. G. Chaudhary, M. M. Gharpure, J. M. Rimoldi, M. D. Chordia, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, S. Grover, C. M. Lin, and E. Hamel, “Unexpectedly Facile Hydrolysis of the 2-Benzoate Group of Taxol and Syntheses of Analogs with Increased Activities”, Hyperactive Taxol Analog”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1994, 116, 4097-4098.

135.    E. Dagne, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, S. Asmellash, D. Abate, D. G. I. Kingston, G. Hofmann, and R. K. Johnson, “Two New Cytotoxic Cytochalasins from Xylaria obovata“, Tetrahedron1994, 50, 5615-5620.

134.    K. A. Neidigh, D. G. I. Kingston, and N. G. Lewis, “Synthesis of Stereospecifically Deuterated Matairesinol, Podorhizol, Epipodorhizol, and Yatein”, J. Nat. Prod.1994, 57, 791-800.

133.    C. E. Heltzel, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, G. A. Hofmann, and R. K. Johnson, “Synthesis and Structure-Activity Relationships of Cytotoxic 7-Hydroxy Sterols.”  J. Nat. Prod., 1994, 57, 620-628.

132.    A. A. L. Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, W. M. K. Wijeratne, B. M. R. Bandara, G. A. Hofmann, and R. K. Johnson, “Biological Activity of Some Coumarins From Sri Lankan Rutaceae”‘ J. Nat. Prod., 1994, 57, 518-520.

131.    J. H. Weisburger, A. Rivenson, J. Reinhardt, C. Aliaga, J. Braley, L. M. Dolan, G. M. Williams, D. G. I. Kingston, M. Bashir, Y-Z. Shu, T.D. Wilkins, and R. L. Van Tassell, “On the Genotoxicity and Carcinogenicity in Rats and Mice of 2-Amino-3,6-dihydro-3-methyl-7H-imidazolo 4,5-fquinolin-7-one (7-OHIQ), an Intestinal Bacterial Metabolite of IQ, J. Natl. Cancer Inst., 1994, 86, 25-30.

130.    G. G. Harrigan, V. da S. Bolzani, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Kaurane and Trachylobane Diterpenoids from Xylopia aethiopica,” Phytochemistry1994, 36, 109-113.

129.    G. G. Harrigan, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, G. W. Chan, and R. K. Johnson, “Isolation of Bioactive and Other Oxoaporphine Alkaloids from Two Annonaceous Plants, Xylopia aethiopica and Miliusa cf. banacea“, J. Nat. Prod.1994, 57, 68-73.

128.    E. Dagne, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, and M. Alemu, “4′-0-Methylstephavanine from Stephania abyssinica,” J. Nat. Prod., 1993, 56, 2022-2025.

127.    L. M. M. Valente, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, T. E. Glass, D. G. I. Kingston, and A. Pinto, “New Norcucurbitacin and Heptanorcucurbitacin Glucosides from Fevillea trilobata“.  J. Nat. Prod., 1993, 56, 1772-1778.

126.    E. Dagne, A. A. L.  Gunatilaka, D. G. I. Kingston, M. Alemu, G. Hofmann, and R. K. Johnson, “Two Bioactive Pterocarpans from Erythrina burana“‘ J. Nat. Prod., 199356, 1831-1834.

125.    C. E. Heltzel, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, T. E. Glass, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Furofuranonaphthoquinones: Bioactive Compounds with a Novel Fused Ring System from Crescentia cujete”, Tetrahedron, 1993, 49, 6757-6762.

124.    C. E. Heltzel, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, T. E. Glass, D. G. I. Kingston, G. Hofmann, and R. K. Johnson, “Bioactive Furanonaphthoquinones from Crescentai cujete, J. Nat. Prod., 1993, 56, 1500-1505.

123.    A. G. Chaudhary and D. G. I. Kingston, “Synthesis of 10-Deacetoxytaxol and 10-Deoxytaxotere.” Tetrahedron Lett., 199334, 4921-4924.

122.    A. G. Chaudhary, J. M. Rimoldi, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Modified Taxols. 10. Preparation of 7-Deoxytaxol, a Highly Bioactive Taxol Derivative, and Interconversion of Taxol and 7-Epitaxol”, J. Org. Chem., 1993, 58, 3978-3979.

121.    J. M. Rimoldi, D. G. I. Kingston, A. G. Chaudhary, G. Samaranayake, S. Grover, and E. Hamel, “Modified Taxols, 9. Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of 7-Substituted Photoaffinity Analogs of Taxol.” J. Nat. Prod.1993, 56, 1313-1330.

120.    G. G. Harrigan, A. Ahmad, N. Baj, T. E. Glass, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Bioactive and Other Sesquiterpenoids from Porella cordeana”, J. Nat. Prod.1993, 56, 921-925.

119.    G. Samaranayake, K. Neidigh, and D. G. I. Kingston, Modified Taxols, 8. Deacylation and Reacylation of Baccatin III.” J. Nat. Prod., 1993, 56, 884-898.

118.    J. Liang and D. G. I. Kingston, “Two New Taxane Diterpenoids from Taxus mairei”J. Nat. Prod., 1993, 56, 594-599.

117.    R. W. Spjut, D. G. I. Kingston, and J. M. Cassady, “Systematic Screening of Bryophytes for Antitumor Agents”, Trop. Bryol., 19926, 193-202.

116.    A. A. L. Gunatilaka, G. Samaranayake, D.G.I. Kingston, G. Hofmann, and R. K. Johnson, “Bioactive 3ß-7-Dihydroxyergost,5-ene Derivatives from Pseudobersama mossambicensis, J. Nat. Prod.1992, 55,1648-1654.

115.    D. G. I. Kingston, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, and C. A. Ivey, “Modified Taxols. 7. A Method for the Separation of Taxol and Cephalomannine.”  J. Nat. Prod.1992, 55, 259-261.

114.    D. G. I. Kingston, “The Chemistry of Taxol.”  Pharmac. Ther., 1991, 52, 1-34.

113.    Z. Zhao, D. G. I. Kingston, and A. R. Crosswell, “Modifed Taxols.  6.  Preparation of Water-Soluble Prodrugs of Taxol.”  J. Nat. Prod.199154, 1607-1611.

112.    D. G. I. Kingston, Y.-Z. Shu, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Metabolic Formation and Chemical Synthesis of 5,6-Cyclopenteno-4,11-dihydro-3H-pyrido[3,2-a] carbazol-3-one, the Major Intestinal Bacterial Metabolite of the Pyrolysis Mutagen 5,6-Cyclopenteno-11H-pyrido[3,2-a] carbazole (Lys-P-1)”  Heterocycles, 1991, 32, 1821-1830.

111.    G. Samaranayake, N. F. Magri, C. Jitrangsri, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Modified Taxols. 5. Reaction of Taxol with Electrophilic Reagents and Preparation of a Rearranged Taxol Derivative with Tubulin Assembly Activity.” J. Org. Chem.1991, 56, 5114-5119.

110.    Y.-Z. Shu, D. G. I. Kingston, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Metabolism of Levamisole, an Anti-colon Cancer Drug, by Human Intestinal Bacteria.” Xenobiotica1991, 21, 737-750.

109.    D. Bhatnagar, T. E. Cleveland and D. G. I. Kingston, “Enzymological Evidence for Separate Pathways for Aflatoxin B1 and B2 Biosynthesis.” Biochemistry1991, 30, 4343-4350.

108.    Y.-Z. Shu, D. G. I. Kingston, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Metabolism of 1,4-Dinitro-2-Methylpyrrole, a Mutagen Formed by a Sorbic Acid-Nitrite Reaction, by Intestinal Bacteria.”  Environ. Mutagen.199117, 181-187.

107.    T. Umezawa, L. B. Davin, E. Yamamoto, D. G. I. Kingston, and N. G. Lewis, “Lignan Biosynthesis in Forsythia Species.” J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.1990, 405-1408.

106.    D. G. I. Kingston, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “The Fecapentaenes, Potent Mutagens from Human Feces.” Chem. Res. Toxicol.1990, 3, 391-400.

105.    M. Bashir, D. G. I. Kingston, R. J. Carman, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Isolation, Structure Elucidation and Synthesis of the Major Anaerobic Bacterial Metabolite of the Dietary Carcinogen 2-Amino-3,8-Dimethylimidazo [4,5-f]quinoxaline (MelQx).” Heterocycles1990, 31, 1333-1338.

104.    R. L. Van Tassell, D. G. I. Kingston, and T. D. Wilkins, “Metabolism of Dietary Genotoxins by the Human Colonic Microflora:  The Fecapentaenes and Heterocyclic Amines.” Mutation Res.1990, 238, 209-221.

103.    D. G. I. Kingston, G. Samaranayake, and C. A. Ivey, “The Chemistry of Taxol, a Clinically Useful Anticancer Agent.” J. Nat. Prod.1990, 53, 1-12.

102.    J. H. Weisburger, R. C. Jones, C.-X. Wang, J.-Y. C. Backlund, G. M. Williams, D. G. I. Kingston, R. L. Van Tassell, T. D. Wilkins, P. P. de Wit, M. van der Steeg, and A. van der Gen, “Carcinogenicity Tests of Fecapentaene-12 in Mice and Rats.” Cancer Lett.1990, 49, 89-98.

101.    D. G. I. Kingston, C.-Y. Duh, T. Piccariello, R. F. Keyes, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Isolation and Structure Elucidation of Plasmalopentaene-12, the Biological Precursor of Fecapentaene-12.” Tetrahedron Lett.198930, 6665-6668.

100.    A. J. Pullockaran, D. G. I. Kingston, and N. G. Lewis, “Synthesis of Stereospecifically Deuterated Desoxypodophyllotoxins and 1H-NMR Assignment of Desoxypodo-phyllotoxin.” J. Nat. Prod.1989, 52, 1290-1295.

99.       M. Bashir, D. G. I. Kingston, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Methylated Derivatives of the Cooked Food Mutagen Metabolite 2-Amino-3,6-dihydro-3-methyl-7H-imidazo[4,5f]quinolin-7-one (HOIQ).” Heterocycles1989, 29, 1915-1922.

98.       R. F. Keyes and D. G. I. Kingston, “Stereochemistry of Hydrogen Loss on Formation of the Vinyl Group in the Biosynthesis of Ravidomycin.” J. Org. Chem.1989, 54, 6127-6129.

97.       D. G. I. Kingston, A. A. Molinero, M. B. Purvis, J. W. Reed, and J. W. LeFevre, “Studies in the Biosynthesis of Antibiotics of the Virginiamycin Family.” Rev. Latinoamer. Quim.1989, 20, 128-132.

96.       M. Bashir, D. G. I. Kingston, R. J. Carman, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Isolation, Structure Elucidation, and Synthesis of the Major Anaerobic Bacterial Metabolite of the Dietary Carcinogen 2-Amino-3,4-dimethyl-3H-imidazo[4,5f]quinoline (MelQ).” Heterocycles1989, 29, 1127-1135.

95.       R. L. Van Tassell, R. J. Carman, D. G. I. Kingston, and T. D. Wilkins, “Bacterial Metabolism of the Carcinogen IQ to the Direct Acting Mutagen, Hydroxy-IQ.” Microbial Ecol. Hlth. Disease1989, 2, 123-129.

94.       R. L. Van Tassell, T. Piccariello, D. G. I. Kingston, and T. D. Wilkins, “The Precursors of Fecapentaenes:  Purification and Properties of a Novel Plasmalogen.” Lipids1989, 24, 454-459.

93.       M. B. Purvis, J. W. LeFevre, V. L. Jones, D. G. I. Kingston, A. Biot, and F. Gosselé, “Biosynthesis of Antibiotics of the Virginiamycin Family.  8. Formation of the Dehydroproline Residue.” J. Am. Chem. Soc.1989, 111, 5931-5935.

92.       J. W. Reed, M. B. Purvis, D. G. I. Kingston, A. Biot, and F. Gosselé, “Biosynthesis of Antibiotics of the Virginiamycin Family.  7. Stereo and Regiochemical Studies on the Formation of the 3-Hydroxypicolinic Acid and Pipecolic Acid Units.” J. Org. Chem.1989, 54, 1161-1165.

91.       A. A. Molinero, D. G. I. Kingston, and J. W. Reed, “Biosynthesis of Antibiotics of the Virginiamycin Family.  6. Biosynthesis of Virginiamycin S1.”  J. Nat. Prod.1989, 52, 99-108.

90.       D. W. Gottschall, R. Wang and D. G. I. Kingston, “Virginiamycin Metabolism in Cattle Rumen Fluid.” Drug Metab. Disp.1988, 16, 804-812.

89.       R. J. Carman, R. L. Van Tassell, M. Bashir, D. G. I. Kingston, and T. D. Wilkins, “Conversion of IQ, a Dietary Pyrolysis Carcinogen, to a Direct-Acting Mutagen by Normal Intestinal Bacteria of Humans. Mutation Res.1988, 206, 335-342.

88.       N. F. Magri and D. G. I. Kingston, “Modified Taxols.  4. Synthesis and Biological Activity of Taxols Modified in the Side Chain.” J. Nat. Prod.1988, 51, 298-306.

87.       D. G. I. Kingston, T. Piccariello, C.-Y. Duh, S. V. Govindan, T. D. Wilkins, R. L. Van Tassell, A. Van der Gen, P. P. de Wit, and M. Van der Steeg, “On the Stereochemistry of Fecapentaene-12.” J. Nat. Prod.1988, 51, 176-179.

86.       M. Bashir, D. G. I. Kingston, R. J. Carman, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Biological Formation and Chemical Synthesis of 2-Amino-3,6-dihydro-3-methyl-7H-imidazolo[4,5-f]quinoline-7-one, the Major Metabolite of the Dietary Carcinogen 2-Amino-3-methyl-3H-imidazolo[4,5-f]quinoline (IQ) by Normal Intestinal Bacteria.” Heterocycles1987, 26, 2877-2886.

85.       J. Vieitez, D. G. I. Kingston, A. Ballester, and E. Vieitez, “Identification of Two Compounds Correlated with Lack of Rooting Capacity in Chestnut Seedlings.” Tree Physiol.,1987, 3, 247-255.

84.       M. Z. Kassaee and D. G. I. Kingston, “Synthesis of [6-2H] and [6-3H] Fecapentaene-12.” J. Labeled Comp.1987, 24, 1071-1076.

83.       M. Bashir, D. G. I. Kingston, R. J. Carman, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Anaerobic Metabolism of 2-Amino-3-methyl-3H-imidazo[4,5-f]quinoline[IQ] by Human Fecal Flora.” Mutation Res.1987, 190, 187-190.

82.       M. B. Purvis, D. G. I. Kingston, N. Fujii, and H. G. Floss, “Stereochemistry of Incorporation of Serine into the Oxazole Ring of Virginiamycin M1.” J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.,1987, 302-303.

81.       S. V. Govindan, D. G. I. Kingston, A. A. L. Gunatilaka, R. L. Van Tassell, T. D. Wilkins, P. P. de Wit, M. Van der Steeg, and A. Van der Gen, “Synthesis and Biological Activity of Analogs of Fecapentaene-12.” J. Nat. Prod.1987, 50, 75-83.

80.       C.-H. O. Huang, D. G. I. Kingston, N. F. Magri, G. Samaranayake, and F. E. Boettner, “New Taxanes from Taxus brevifolia, 2.” J. Nat. Prod.1986,44, 665-669.

79.       J. W. Reed and D. G. I. Kingston, “Biosynthesis of Antibiotics of the Virginiamycin Family.  5. The Conversion of Phenylalanine to Phenylglycine in the Biosynthesis of Virginiamycin S1.” J. Nat. Prod.1986, 49, 626-630.

78.       N. F. Magri, D. G. I. Kingston, C. Jitrangsri and T. Piccariello, “Modified Taxols.  3. Preparation and Acylation of Baccatin Ill.” J. Org. Chem.1986,51, 3239-3242.

77.       N. F. Magri and D. G. I. Kingston, “Modified Taxols.  2. Oxidation Products of Taxol.” J. Org. Chem.1986, 51, 797-802.

76.       N. Hirai, D. G. I. Kingston, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Isolation and Structure Elucidation of Fecapentaenes-12, Potent Mutagens from Human Feces.” J. Nat. Prod.1985, 48, 622-630.

75.       W. Mellado, N. F. Magri, D. G. I. Kingston, R. Garcia-Arenas, G. A. Orr, and S. B. Horwitz, “Preparation and Biological Activity of Taxol Acetates.” Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm.1984, 124, 329-336.

74.       S. M. H. Ayoub and D. G. I. Kingston, “Lariciresinol Derivatives from Turrea nilotica and Monechma Ciliatum.” J. Nat. Prod.1984, 47, 875-876.

73.       J. W. LeFevre and D. G. I. Kingston, “Biosynthesis of Antibiotics of the Virginiamycin Family.  4. Biosynthesis of A2315A.” J. Org. Chem.1984,49, 2588-2593.

72.       A. A. L. Gunatilaka, N. Hirai, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Synthesis of Racemic Fecapentaene-12, a Potent Mutagen from Human Feces, and its Regioisomer”. Tetrahedron Lett.1983, 24, 5457-5460.

71.       D. G. I. Kingston, M. X. Kolpak, J. W. LeFevre, and I. Borup-Grochtmann, “Biosynthesis of Antibiotics of the Virginiamycin Family.  3. Biosynthesis of Virginiamycin M1.” J. Amer. Chem. Soc.1983, 105, 5106-5110.

70.       J. W. LeFevre, T. E. Glass, M. X. Kolpak, D. G. I. Kingston, and P. N. Chen, “Biosynthesis of Antibiotics of the Virginiamycin Family.  2. Assignment of the Carbon-13 Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Virginiamycin M1 and Antibiotic A2315A. J. Nat. Prod.198346, 475-480.

69.       D. A. Cairnes, R. L. Eagan, O. Ekundayo, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Plant Anticancer Agents. XIII. Cytotoxic Constituents of Austrocedrus chilenis.” J. Nat. Prod.1982, 45, 135-139.

68.       S. M. Hussein Ayoub and D. G. I. Kingston, “Screening of Plants Used in Sudan folk Medicine for Anticancer Activity (II).” Fitoterapia1982, 53, 119-123.

67.       N. Hirai, D. G. I. Kingston, R. L. Van Tassell, and T. D. Wilkins, “Structure Elucidation of a Potent Mutagen from Human Feces.” J. Amer. Chem. Soc.1982, 104, 6149-6150.

66.       M. M. Rao and D. G. I. Kingston, “Plant Anticancer Agents. XII. Isolation and Structure Elucidation of New Cytotoxic Quinones from Tabebuiacassinoides.” J. Nat. Prod., 198245, 600-604.

65.       D. G. I. Kingston, D. R. Hawkins, and L. Ovington, “New Taxanes from Taxus brevifolia Nutt..” J. Nat. Prod.1982, 45, 466-470.

64.       J. Parness, D. G. I. Kingston, R. G. Powell, C. Harracksingh, and S. B. Horwitz, “Structure-Activity Study of Cytotoxicity and Microtubule Assembly in vitro by Taxol and Related Taxanes.” Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun.1982, 105, 1082-1089.

63.       I. Borup-Grochtmann and D. G. I. Kingston, “Aporphine Alkaloids from Annona acuminata.” J. Nat. Prod.1982, 45, 102.

62.       S. M. Hussein Ayoub and D. G. I. Kingston, “Screening of Plants Used in Sudan Folk Medicine for Antitumor Activity.” Fitoterapia1981, 52, 281-284.

61.       D. G. I. Kingston, T. D. Wilkins, R. L. Van Tassell, R. D. Macfarlane, and C. J. McNeal, “Structural Studies on a Mutagenic Bacterial Product from Human Feces.” Banbury Report 7: Gastrointestinal Cancer: Endogeneous Factors. 1981, 215-226.

60.       D. G. I. Kingston and O. Ekundayo, “2-Acylindole Alkaloids.” J. Nat. Prod.1981, 44, 509-525.

59.       E. Jones, O. Ekundayo, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Plant Anticancer Agents. XI. 2,6-Dimethoxybenzoquinone as a Cytotoxic Constituent of Tibouchina pulchra.” J. Nat. Prod.1981, 44, 493-494.

58.       D. A. Cairnes, D. G. I. Kingston, and M. M. Rao, “High Performance Liquid Chromatography of Podophyllotoxins and Related Lignans.” J. Nat. Prod.1981, 44, 34-37.

57.       T. D. Wilkins, M. Lederman, R. L. Van Tassell, D. G. I. Kingston and J. D. Henion, “Characterization of a Mutagenic Bacterial Product in Human Feces.” Am. J. Clin. Nutr.1980, 33, 2513-2520.

56.       D. G. I. Kingston and M. X. Kolpak, “Biosynthesis of Antibiotics of the Virginiamycin Family. I. Biosynthesis of Virginiamycin M1: Determination of the Labeling Pattern by the Use of Stable isotope Techniques.” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1980, 102, 5964-5966.

55.       D. A. Cairnes, O. Ekundayo, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Plant Anticancer Agents. X. Lignans from Juniperus Phoenicea.” J. Nat. Prod.1980, 43, 495-497.

54.       D. G. I. Kingston, M. M. Rao, and W. V. Zucker, “Plant Anticancer Agents. IX. Constituents of Hyptis Tomentosa.” J. Nat. Prod.197942, 496-499.

53.       D. G. I. Kingston and S. M. Sami, “Cytotoxicity of Some Modified Indole Alkaloids.” J. Pharm. Sci.1979, 68, 1403-1405.

52.       D. G. I. Kingston, “High Performance Liquid Chromatography of Natural Products.” J. Nat. Prod.1979, 42, 237-260.

51.       D. G. I. Kingston and R. C. Munjal, “Plant Anticancer Agents. VIII. Constituents of Inga punctata.” Lloydia197841, 499-500.

50.       J. D. Henion and D. G. I. Kingston, “Mass Spectral Skeletal and Hydrogen Rearrangements in Some Bicyclic Ketones.” Org. Mass Spectrom.1978,13, 431-437.

49.       D. G. I. Kingston, “Plant Anticancer Agents VII: Structural Effects on Cytotoxicity of Bis-indole Alkaloids of Voacamine Type.” J. Pharm. Sci.1978, 67, 272-274.

48.       D. G. I. Kingston, “Plant Anticancer Agents VI: Isolation of Voacangine, Voacamine, and Epivoacorine from Tabernaemontana arborea Sap.” J. Pharm. Sci.1978, 67, 271-272.

47.       D. G. I. Kingston, B. B. Gerhart, F. Ionescu, M. M. Mangino, and S. N. Sami, “Plant Anticancer Agents V: New Bisindole Alkaloids from Tabernaemontana johnstonii Stem Bark.” J. Pharm. Sci.197867, 249-251.

46.       P. N. Chen, D. G. I. Kingston and J. R. Vercellotti, “Reduction of Sterigmatocystin and Versicolorin A Hemiacetals with Sodium Borohydride,” J. Org. Chem., 1977, 42, 3599-3605.

45.       D. G. I. Kingston, F. Ionescu, and B. T. Li, “Plant Anticancer Agents IV: Identification of Tubotaiwine-N-oxide as a Cytotoxic Constituent of Tabernaemontana holstii.” Lloydia, 1977, 40, 215-216.

44.       D. G. I. Kingston, B. T. Li, and F. Ionescu, “Plant Anticancer Agents III: Isolation of Indole and Bis-indole Alkaloids from Tabernaemontana holstiiRoots.” J. Pharm. Sci.1977, 66, 1135-1138.

43.       H. C. Dorn, D. G. I. Kingston, and B. R. Simpers, “Interpretation of a 13C Magnetic Resonance Spectrum.” J. Chem. Educ.1976, 53, 584-585.

42.       D. G. I. Kingston, “Applications of Mass Spectrometry to the Analysis of Mycotoxins.” J. Ass. Offic. Analyt. Chem.1976, 59, 1016-1022.

41.       J. R. Hass, R. G. Cooks, J. J. Elder, Jr., M. M. Bursey, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Unexpected Course of Olefin Loss from Some Cyclopentanone Ions. Gaseous Ion Structure by Ion Cyclotron Resonance Spectrometry, Mass-Analyzed Ion Kinetic Energy Spectrometry and Collision-Induced Dissociation.” Org. Mass Spectrom., 1976, 11, 697-711.

40.       D. G. I. Kingston, P. N. Chen, and J. R. Vercellotti, “High-Performance Liquid Chromatography of Sterigmatocystin and Other Metabolites of Aspergillus versicolor.” J. Chromatogr., 1976, 118, 414-417.

39.       D. G. I. Kingston, B. B. Gerhart and F. Ionescu, “Isolation, Structural Elucidation, and Synthesis of Tabernamine, a New Cytotoxic Bis-indole Alkaloid from Tabernaemontana johnstonii.”  Tetrahedron Lett., 1976, 649-652.

38.       D. G. I. Kingston, P. N. Chen and J. R. Vercellotti, “Metabolites of Aspergillus versicolor. 6,8-Di-0-Methylnidurufin, Griseofulvin, Dechlorogriseofulvin, and 3,8-Dihydroxy-6-methoxy-1-methylxanthone.” Phytochem.1976, 15, 1037-1039.

37.       D. G. I. Kingston and B. B. Gerhart, “Preparation of Octadecyl Porasil for Reversed-Phase Liquid Chromatography.” J. Chromatogr.1976, 116, 182-183.

36.       D. G. I. Kingston, B. W. Hobrock, M. M. Bursey and J. T. Bursey, “Intramolecular Hydrogen Transfer in Mass Spectra. Part III. Rearrangements Involving the Loss of Small Neutral Molecules,” Chem. Rev.1975, 75, 693-730.

35.       D. G. I. Kingston, M. M. Rao, T. D. Spittler, R. C. Pettersen and D. L. Cullen, “Sesquiterpenes from Flourensia Cernua,” Phytochem.1975, 14, 2033-2037.

34.       D. G. I. Kingston and H. P. Tannenbaum, “Mass Spectrometry of Organic Compounds. X. Fragmentation of 2-Buten-1-ol on Electron-Impact.” Org. Mass Spectrom.1975, 10, 263-272.

33.       R. C. Pettersen, D. L. Cullen, T. D. Spittler and D. G. I. Kingston, “The Crystal and Molecular Structure of Flourensadiol, a Natural Product Sesquiterpene Isolated from a West Texas Shrub.” Acta Cryst.1975, B31, 1124-1127.

32.       D. G. I. Kingston and B. T. Li, “Preliminary Investigation of the Use of High-Pressure Liquid Chromatrography for the Separation of Indole Alkaloids” J. Chromatogr.1975, 104, 431-437.

31.       J. D. Henion and D. G. I. Kingston, “Mass Spectrometry of Organic Compounds. IX. McLafferty Rearrangements in Some Bicyclic Ketones.” J. Amer. Chem. Soc.1974, 96, 2532-2536.

30.       D. G. I. Kingston, J. T. Bursey and M. M. Bursey, “Intramolecular Hydrogen Transfer in Mass Spectra. Part II. The McLafferty Rearrangement and Related Reactions.” Chem. Rev.197474, 215-242.

29.       D. G. I. Kingston, H. P. Tannenbaum, and H. G. Kuivila, “Mass Spectrometry of Organic Compounds.  VIII. Remote Group Interactions in Hydroxy-organotins,” Org. Mass Spectrom.19749, 31-38.

28.       D. G. I. Kingston and T. Reichstein, “Cytotoxic Constituents of Acokanthera Longiflora Stapf. and Related Species.” J. Pharm. Sci.1974, 63, 462-464.

27.       D. G. I. Kingston and H. M. Fales, “Methane Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry of Flavonoids.” Tetrahedron197329, 4083-4086.

26.       J. D. Henion and D. G. I. Kingston, “Mass Spectrometry of Organic Compounds. VII. Energetics of Substituent Isomerization in Diphenyl Sulfide and Diphenyl Ether.” J. Amer. Chem. Soc.197395, 8358-8363.

25.       J. D. Henion and D. G. I. Kingston, “Bisdiazo Insertion in Cycloheptanone.” J. Org. Chem.197338, 3067-3068.

24.       J. T. Bursey, M. M. Bursey, and D. G. I. Kingston, “Intramolecular Hydrogen Transfer in Mass Spectra. Part I. Rearrangements in Aliphatic Hydrocarbons and Aromatic Compounds.” Chem. Rev.1973, 181-234.

23.       J. R. Hass, M. M. Bursey, D. G. I. Kingston, and H. P. Tannenbaum, “Reketonization of a McLafferty Product Ion Studied by Ion-Molecular Reactivity.” J. Amer. Chem. Soc.1972, 94, 5095-5096.

22.       D. G. I. Kingston, M. M. Rao, and T. D. Spittler, “Isolation and Structure Determination of Flourensic Acid, A New Sesquiterpene of the Eremophilane Type.” Tetrahedron Lett.1971, 1613-1616.

21.       D. G. I. Kingston, “Mass Spectrometry of Organic Compounds. VI. Mass Spectra of Flavonoid Compounds.” Tetrahedron197127, 2691-2700.

20.       D. G. I. Kingston and H. P. Tannenbaum, “Mass Spectrometry of Unsaturated Alcohols.” Advances in Mass Spectrometry1971, 5, 681-684.

19.       D. G. I. Kingston, H. P. Tannenbaum, G. B. Baker, J. R. Dimmock, and W. G. Taylor, “Mass Spectrometry of Organic Compounds. V. Mass Spectra of Aroylhydrazones.” J. Chem. Soc. (C)1970, 2574-2577.

18.       H. G. Kuivila, K.-H. Tsai and D. G. I. Kingston, “Skeletal Rearrangements of Some Acyclic Ketoorganotins on Electron Impact.” J. Organomet. Chem.197023, 129-134.

17.       D. G. I. Kingston and J. D. Henion, “Hydrogen Randomization in Phenyl Azide.” Org. Mass Spectrom.1970, 3, 413-414.

16.       D. G. I. Kingston and J. D. Henion, “Skeletal Rearrangement of [1-13C] Diphenyl Sulfide.” J. Chem. Soc. (D)1970, 258-259.

15.       M. M. Rao, D. G. I. Kingston and T. D. Spittler, “Flavonoids from Flourensia cernua.” Phytochemistry, 1970, 9, 227-228.

14.       I. Howe, D. H. Williams, D. G. I. Kingston and H. P. Tannenbaum, “Substituent Effects in the Mass Spectra of some  andsubstituted Methyl Butyrates.” J. Chem. Soc. (B)1969, 439-445.

13.       D. G. I. Kingston and H. P. Tannenbaum, “Substituent Effects on the McLafferty Rearrangement of Methyl 4-Phenylbutyrates.” Chem. Comm.1968, 444-445.

12.       D. W. Cameron, D. G. I. Kingston and P. E. Schutz, “Tautomeric Benz(de)-anthracene Derivatives and Related Systems.” J. Chem. Soc. (C)1967,2113-2118.

11.       D. W. Cameron D. G. I. Kingston and P. E. Schutz, “Some Acyl Derivatives of 2,6-Dimethoxyanthracene.” J. Chem. Soc. (C)1967, 99-101.

10.       D. G. I. Kingston, P. S. Sarin, Lord Todd and D. H. Williams, “Antibiotics of the Ostreogrycin Complex. Part IV. The Structure of Ostreogrycin G.” J. Chem. Soc. (C)1966, 1856-1860.

9.         D. G. I. Kingston, Lord Todd and D. H. Williams, “Antibiotics of the Ostreogrycin Complex. Part III. The Structure of Ostreogrycin A. Evidence based on Nuclear Magnetic Double Resonance Experiments and on High Resolution Mass Spectrometry,” J. Chem. Soc. (C)1966, 1669-1676.

8.         G. R. Delpierre, F. W. Eastwood, G. E. Gream, D. G. I. Kingston, P. S. Sarin, Lord Todd and D. H. Williams, “Antibiotics of the Ostreogrycin Complex. Part II. Structure of Ostreogrycin A.; J. Chem. Soc. (C)1966, 1653-1669.

7.         G. R. Delpierre, F. W. Eastwood,  G. E. Gream, D. G. I. Kingston, P. S. Sarin, Lord Todd and D. H. Williams, “The Structure of Ostreogrycin A.” Tetrhedron Lett.1965, 369-372.

6.         D. W. Cameron, R. I. T. Cromartie, Y. K. Hamied, E. Haslam, D. G. I. Kingston, Lord Todd and J. C. Watkins, “Colouring Matters of the Aphididae; Part XXVI. The Chrysoaphins-sl and their Reactions with Periodate.” J. Chem. Soc.1965, 6923-6930.

5.         D. W. Cameron, H. W.-S. Chan and D. G. I. Kingston, “Colouring Matters of the Aphididae; Part XXIV. The Enzymic Conversion of Protoaphin into Xanthophin.” J. Chem. Soc.1965, 4363-4368.

4.         D. W. Cameron, R. I. T. Cromartie, D. G. I. Kingston and G. B. V. Subramanian; “Colouring Matters of the Aphididae; Part XXIII.  Synthesis of the Xanthoaphin Chromophore.” J. Chem. Soc., 1964, 4565-4570.

3.         D. W. Cameron, D. G. I. Kingston, N. Sheppard and Lord Todd, “Colouring Matters of the Aphididae; Part XXII.  Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Evidence for the Structures and Conformations of the Naphthaquinone Dimethyl Ethers Derived from the Protoaphins, and of the Erythroaphins.” J. Chem. Soc.1964, 98-104.

2.         A. Calderbank, D. W. Cameron, R. I. T. Cromartie, Y. K. Hamied, E. Haslam, D. G. I. Kingston, Lord Todd and J. C. Watkins, “Colouring Matters of the Aphididae. Part XX. The Structure of the Xanthoaphins and Chrysoaphins.” J. Chem. Soc., 1964, 80-89 (1964).

1.         D. W. Cameron, R. I. T. Cromartie, D. G. I. Kingston and Lord Todd, “Colouring Matters of the Aphididae; Part XVII. The Structure and Absolute Stereochemistry of the Protoaphins.” J. Chem. Soc.1964, 51-61.