Toshio Fujita’s selected publications on EMIL

  • The role of QSAR in Lead Evolution, in "QSAR in Design of Bioactive compounds", M. Kuchar, Ed., J. R. Prous Science, Barcelona, 1992, pp. 3-22. Definition/Concept of Lead Evolution is described in comparison with other Lead Manipulating Procedures.
  • Concept and Features of EMIL, a System for Lead Evolution of Bioactive Compounds, in "Trends in QSAR and Molecular Modelling 92", C. G. Wermuth, Ed., ESCOM, Leiden, 1993, pp.143-159.
  • EMIL, a System for Computer-Aided Structure Transformation of Bioactive Compounds, Application to Synthetic Pyrethroid Series, in "Natural and Engineered Pest Management Agents, ACS Symposium Series 551", P. A. Hedin, J. J. Menn, and R. M. Hollingworth, Eds., American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C., 1994, pp. 396-406.
  • Quantitative Structure - Activity Analysis and Database-Aided Bioisosteric Structural Trasnformation Procedure as Methodologies of Agrochemical Design, in "Classical and Three Dimensional QSAR in Agrochemistry, ACS Symposium Series 606", C. Hansch and T. Fujita, Eds., American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., 1995, pp. 13-34.
  • Background and Features of EMIL, A System for Database-aided Bioanalogous Structural Transformation of Bioactive Compounds, in "QSAR and Drug Design : New Developments and Applications, Pharmacochemistry Library, Volume 23", T. Fujita, Ed., Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1995, pp. 235-273.
  • Similarities in Bioanalogous Structural Transformation Patterns among Various Bioactive Compound Series, Biosci. Biotech. Biochem. (Tokyo), 1996, 60(4), 557-566.
  • Structure-Activity Relationship and Molecular Design of Peroxidizing Herbicides with Cyclic Imide Structures and Their Relatives, in "Peroxidizing Herbicides", P. Böger, K. Wakabayashi, Eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1999, pp. 91-139
  • Similarities in Bioanalogous Structural Transformation Patterns, Application to Virtual Library Design for Combinatorial Syntheses of Bioactive Compounds, in "Agrochemical Discovery, Insect, Weed, and Fungal Control, ACS Symposium Series 774", D. R. Baker and N. K. Umetsu, Rds., American Chemical Society, Washington. D. C., 2001, pp. 166-179.