Re: [MOL] thalidamide /REPLY [00460] Medicine On Line

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Re: [MOL] thalidamide /REPLY

I regret that I am not able to help you.  I have been researching thalidomide and was not able to come up with a bio site  I do know that the drug is in trials and that a doctor can get it for a patient as a compassion therapy.
You may want to try cancer trial sites to see if they explain this drug, I just don't know.  Warmly, lillian
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----- Original Message -----
From: Krystal Pfluger
Sent: Sunday, November 12, 2000 11:06 AM
Subject: [MOL] thalidamide

To Whom It May Concern:
It seems funny to me that a chemically engineered drug that has impacted medicine so much, has so little information about it.  I am currently working on a molecular modeling project for my chemistry class, and I chose thalidamide as my molecule because I am interested in the effects that it had on newborns and what about its molecular structure could have influenced the birth defects.  However, as it turns out, there is little to no information about the real science behind thalidamide.  I am in desperate need of the Lewis structure for thalidamide, as well as the molecular formula, molecular weight, and elemental composition, so that I may begin working with my molecular modeling software.  If you have any information on this, please, please let me know about it.  
Thank you,
Krystal Pfluger