Ph.D., University of Glasgow (Scotland) 1963
B.S., University of Glasgow (Scotland) 1959
Venkatraman, S, Njoroge, FG, Girijavallabhan, V, and McPhail, AT. "A Convenient Synthesis of Cis and Trans 4-tert-Butoxycarbonyl-Substituted Cyclohexylglycine." J. Org. Chem. 67 (2002): 2686-2688. (Academic Article)
Wenkert, D, Chen, TF, Ramachandran, K, Valasinas, L, Weng, LL, and McPhail, AT. "N-methylated 5-alkenyloxazolium salt transformations." ORGANIC LETTERS 3.15 (July 26, 2001): 2301-2303. Full Text
Spielvogel, BF, Rana, G, Vyakaranam, K, McPhail, AT, Ahmed, FU, and Hosmane, NS. "A novel protonated boranoamino acid amide derivative, (CH3)(3)N center dot BH2C(OH)=N+HC2H5Cl-: A synthetic and structural investigation." INORGANIC CHEMISTRY COMMUNICATIONS 4.7 (July 2001): 336-338. Full Text
Chackalamannil, S, Davies, R, and McPhail, AT. "Total synthesis of himandravine." Org Lett 3.10 (May 17, 2001): 1427-1429.
Xie, L, Takeuchi, Y, Cosentino, LM, McPhail, AT, and Lee, KH. "Anti-AIDS agents. 42. Synthesis and anti-HIV activity of disubstituted (3 ' R,4 ' R)-3 ',4 '-di-O-(S)-camphanoyl-(+)-cis-khellactone analogues." JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY 44.5 (March 1, 2001): 664-671. Full Text
Orabi, KY, Galal, AM, Ibrahim, ARS, El-Feraly, FS, and McPhail, AT. "Microbial hydroxylation and reduction of the diterpene psiadin." ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG C-A JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES 56.3-4 (2001): 216-222.
Al Rehaily, AJ, Al Howiriny, TA, Ahmad, MS, Al Yahya, MA, El Feraly, FS, Hufford, CD, and McPhail, AT. "Further Alkaloids from Haplophyllum tuberculatum." Phytochemistry 57 (2001): 597-602. (Academic Article)
Kuang, RZ, Ganguly, AK, Chan, TM, Pramanik, BN, Blythin, DJ, McPhail, AT, and Saksena, AK. "Enantioselective syntheses of carbocyclic ribavirin and its analogs: linear versus convergent approaches." TETRAHEDRON LETTERS 41.49 (December 2, 2000): 9575-9579. Full Text
Xu, ZH, Chang, FR, Wang, HK, Kashiwada, Y, McPhail, AT, Bastow, KF, Tachibana, Y, Cosentino, M, and Lee, KH. "Anti-HIV agents 45 and antitumor agents 205. Two new sesquiterpenes, leitneridanins A and B, and the cytotoxic and anti-HIV principles from Leitneria floridana." JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS 63.12 (December 2000): 1712-1715. Full Text