First Symposium on Chemical-Biological Correlation is a summary of a symposium held on May 26-27, 1950 by the Chemical-Biological Coordination Center. The purpose of the symposium was to bring together scientists trained in chemistry and biology for discussion of problems concerned with the effect of structure of chemicals on their biological activity and the mechanism of such actions.
National Research Council. 1951. First Symposium on Chemical-Biological Correlation, May 26-27, 1950. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/18474.
|Correlations Between the Chemical Structure and Biological Activity of Arsenosobenzenes||7-44|
|Structure-Activity Relationships in Plant Growth-Regulators||45-72|
|Review of the Structural Requirements for Sympathomimetic Drug Action||73-124|
|Organization, Objectives and Progress of the CBCC||125-126|
|The National Research Council Chemical Code||127-132|
|The Biological Codex||133-140|
|Demonstration of Machine Biochemorphology Correlation of Antihistaminic Activity and Chemical Structure by Means of the National Research Council Chemical-Biological Coordination Center IBM Punch Cards||141-154|
|A Demonstration of the Use of the CBCC System in the Field of Antithyroid Compounds||155-164|
|Panel Discussion on Antimalarials||165-208|
|Relation of Structure of Diphenyl Compounds to Fungitoxicity||209-244|
|Effect of Structural Changes in Plant Insecticides and Related Synthetic Compounds on Their Toxicity to Insects||245-268|
|The Effect of Drugs on Physiologically Active Thiol Systems||269-294|
|Influence of Isosteric Replacements Upon Biological Activity||295-423|
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