WILLIAM OJALA

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

 

 

(undergrad authors underlined)

  1. “Molecular Symmetry and Fluorine-Containing Supramolecular Synthons as Structure-Differentiating Agents in Some ‘Bridge-Flipped’ Isomeric bis-Benzylideneanilines,” William H. Ojala, Barjeta Balidemaj, Jenna A. Johnson, Sarah N. Larson and Charles R. Ojala; CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 7226-7235.

  2. “Competing Intermolecular Interactions in Some ‘Bridge-Flipped’ Isomeric Phenylhydrazones,”  William H. Ojala, Trina M. Arola, Ann M. Brigino, Jeremy D. Leavell, and Charles R. Ojala; Acta Crystallographica, Section C:  Crystal Structure Communications 2012, 68, o270-o278.   

  3. Solid-State Intermolecular Contacts Involving the Nitrile Group in p-Cyano-N-(p-cyanobenzylidene)aniline and 4,4’-(azinodimethylidyne)bis-benzonitrile,” Charles R. Ojala, William H. Ojala, and Doyle Britton; Journal of Chemical Crystallography 2011, 41, 464-469.
  4. “Intermolecular C—F· · ·H—C Contacts in the Molecular Packing of Three Isostructural
    N-(fluorophenyl)mannopyranosylamines,” William H. Ojala, Thomas M. Skrypek, Brianna C. MacQueen, and Charles R. Ojala; Acta Crystallographica, Section C:  Crystal Structure Communications 2010, 66, o565-o570.

  5. “Bridge Orientation as a Selector of Intermolecular Interactions in a Series of Crystalline Isomeric Benzylideneanilines,” William H. Ojala, Kendra M. Lystad, Tera L. Deal, Jessica E. Engebretson, Jill M. Spude, Barjeta Balidemaj, and Charles R. Ojala; Crystal Growth and Design 2009, 9, 964-970.

  6. “4-(4-Chlorobenzylidenehydrazonomethyl)benzonitrile and the Bromo and Iodo Analogs,”Charles R. Ojala, William H. Ojala, and Doyle Britton; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 2008, 64, o37-o40.

  7. "Three Polymorphs of 4-4'-Diiodobenzalazine, and 4-Chloro-4'-Iodobenzalazine," Charles R. Ojala, William H. Ojala, Doyle Britton and Christopher J. Cramer, Acta Crystallographica, Section C:   Crystal Structure Communications 2007, 63, o518-o523.

  8. "Isostructuralism Among 'Bridge-Flipped' Isomeric Benzylideneanilines and Phenylhydrazones," William H. Ojala, Jonathan M. Smieja , Jill M. Spude , Trina M. Arola , Marika K. Kuspa , Nell Herrera , and Charles R. Ojala; Acta Crystallographica, Section B:   Structural Science 2007 , 63 , 485-496.

  9. "Isomeric Schiff Bases Related by Dual Imino-Group Reversals," William H. Ojala, Trina M. Arola , Nell Herrera , Barjeta Balidemaj , and Charles R. Ojala; Acta Crystallographica, Section C:   Crystal Structure Communications 2007 , 63 , o207-o211.

  10. “The Saccharide—Hydrazide Linkage: Molecular and Crystal Structures of the Semicarbazide Derivatives of D-Glucose, D-Galactose, and D-Xylose, Including a ‘Forbidden’ Conformation of the Galactose Derivative,” Charles R. Ojala, Joanne M. Ostman, and William H. Ojala; Carbohydrate Research 2002, 337, 21-29.

  11. “Molecular and Crystal Structures of N-Aryl-β-D-glycopyranosylamines from Mannose and Galactose,” Charles R. Ojala, Joanne M. Ostman, Summer E. Hanson, and William H. Ojala; Carbohydrate Research 2001, 332, 415-427.

  12. “Molecular and Crystal Structures of N-Arylglycopyranosylamines Formed by Reaction between Sulfanilamide and D-Ribose, D-Arabinose, and D-Mannose,” Charles R. Ojala, Joanne M. Ostman, William H. Ojala, and Summer E. Hanson; Carbohydrate Research 2001, 331, 319-325.

  13. “The Crystal Structures of p-Halo-N-(p-cyanobenzylidene)aniline and p-cyano-N-(p-halobenzylidene)aniline (Halo = Bromo and Chloro),” Charles R. Ojala, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, and Doyle Britton; Journal of Chemical Crystallography 2001, 31, 377-386.

  14. “Schiff Bases or Glycosylamines: Crystal and Molecular Structures of Four Derivatives of D-Mannose,” William H. Ojala, Joanne M. Ostman, and Charles R. Ojala; Carbohydrate Research 2000, 326, 104-112.

  15. “The Crystal Structures of p-iodo-N-(p-cyanobenzylidene)aniline and p-cyano-N-(p-iodobenzylidene)aniline,” Charles R. Ojala, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, and Doyle Britton; Journal of Chemical Crystallography 1999, 29, 27-32.

  16. “Crystal and Molecular Structures of Derivatives Formed by Reaction Between Toluenesulfonhydrazide and D-Glucose, D-Galactose, and L-Arabinose,” William H. Ojala, Charles R. Ojala, and William B. Gleason; Journal of Chemical Crystallography 1999, 29, 19-26.

  17. “Packing Similarities of Three Isosteric Molecules: 4,5-Dichlorophthalic Anhydride, 4,5-Dibromophthalic Anhydride and 5,6-Dichlorobenzfurazan 1-oxide, Including Three Polymorphs of 5,6-Dichlorobenzfurazan 1-oxide,” Charles R. Ojala, William H. Ojala, Doyle Britton, and J. Z. Gougoutas, Acta Crystallographica, Section B: Structural Science 1999, 55, 530-542.

  18. “Synthesis and Dopamine Receptor Modulating Activity of Unsubstituted and Substituted Triproline Analogues of L-Prolyl-L-leucyl-glycinamide (PLG),” Paul W. Baures, Ashish Pradhan, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, Ram K. Mishra, and Rodney L. Johnson; Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 1999, 9, 2349-2352.

  19. “Synthesis and Dopamine Receptor Modulating Activity of Substituted Bicyclic Thiazolidine Lactam Peptidomimetics of L-Prolyl-L-leucyl-glycinamide,” Ehab M. Khalil, Ashish Pradhan, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, Ram K. Mishra, and Rodney L. Johnson; Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 1999, 42, 2977-2987.

  20. “Synthesis and Dopamine Receptor Modulating Activity of Novel Peptidomimetics of L-Prolyl-L-leucyl-glycinamide Featuring α,α-Disubstituted Amino Acids,” Margaret C. Evans, Ashish Pradhan, Shankar Venkatraman, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, Ram K. Mishra, and Rodney L. Johnson; Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 1999, 42, 1441-1447.

  21. “Design, Synthesis, and Dopamine Receptor Modulating Activity of Spiro Bicyclic Peptidomimetics of L-Prolyl-L-leucyl-glycinamide,” Ehab M. Khalil, William H. Ojala, Ashish Pradhan, Venugopalan D. Nair, William B. Gleason, Ram K. Mishra, and Rodney L. Johnson; Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 1999, 42, 628-637.

  22. “Conformational Polymorphs of Acetone Tosylhydrazone,” Charles R. Ojala, William H. Ojala, Shanieka Y. Pennamon, and William B. Gleason; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 1998, C54, 57-60.

  23. “By-Products from the Preparation of Acetone Tosylhydrazone: 4,5-Dihydro-3,5,5-trimethyl-1-[(4-methylphenyl)sulfonyl]-1H-pyrazole and 1,2-Bis(p-toluenesulfono)hydrazide,” Charles R. Ojala, William H. Ojala, and William B. Gleason; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 1998, C54, 60-63.

  24. “Cyclopentanone Tosylhydrazone and Cyclohexanone Tosylhydrazone,” William H. Ojala and William B. Gleason; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 1998, C54, 63-66.

  25. “Conformational Analysis of Homochiral and Heterochiral Diprolines as β-turn-forming Peptidomimetics: Unsubstituted and Substituted Models,” Paul W. Baures, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, and Rodney L. Johnson; Journal of Peptide Research 1997, 50, 1-13.

  26. “Design, Synthesis, and Dopamine Receptor Modulating Activity of Diketopiperazine Peptidomimetics of L-Prolyl-L-leucylglycinamide,” Paul W. Baures, William H. Ojala, Willard J. Costain, Michael C. Ott, Ashish Pradhan, William B. Gleason, Ram K. Mishra, and Rodney L. Johnson; Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 1997, 40, 3594-3600.

  27. “6β-Propynyl-Substituted Steroids: Mechanism-Based Enzyme-Activated Irreversible Inhibitors of Aromatase,” Abraham Akkani, Germana Paterlini, William B. Gleason, William H. Ojala, and Yusuf J. Abul-Hajj; Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 1997, 40, 3263-3270.

  28. “Heterocyclic N-Acetoxyarylamines, Models for the Putative Ultimate Carcinogens of Aromatic Amines: 2-Acetoxyamino-5-phenylpyridine and 2-Acetoxyaminopyridine,” William H. Ojala, Ramaswamy A. Iyer, Patrick E. Hanna, and William B. Gleason; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 1997, C53, 634-637.

  29. “Complexes of Lysine, Histidine, and Arginine with Sulfonated Azo Dyes: Model Systems for Understanding the Biomolecular Recognition of Glycosaminoglycans by Proteins,” William H. Ojala, Elise A. Sudbeck, Linh Khanh Lu, Timothy I. Richardson, Rex E. Lovrien, and William B. Gleason; Journal of the American Chemical Society 1996, 118, 2131-2142.

  30. "Mannose Phenylhydrazone, an Acyclic Monosaccharide Derivative," William H. Ojala and William B. Gleason; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 1996, C52, 3188-3190.

  31. “Opioid Antagonist Activity of Naltrexone-Derived Bivalent Ligands: Importance of a Properly Oriented Molecular Scaffold To Guide 'Address' Recognition at κ Opioid Receptors,” MariaLaura Bolognesi, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, Jane F. Griffin, Francine Farouz-Grant, Dennis L. Larson, Akira E. Takemori, and Philip S. Portoghese; Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 1996, 39, 1816-1822.

  32. “Crystal Structures and Physical Chemical Properties of Nedocromil Zinc Heptahydrate and Nedocromil Magnesium Pentahydrate,” William H. Ojala, Rajendra K. Khankari, David J. W. Grant, and William B. Gleason; Journal of Chemical Crystallography 1996, 26, 167-178.

  33. “The Crystal Structure of 2-Nitroresorcinol,” Charles R. Ojala, William H. Ojala, and Doyle Britton; Journal of Chemical Crystallography 1996, 26, 191-194.

  34. “2-(2-Fluorobenzoylamino)benzoic Acid,” William H. Ojala, Joan E. Clemons, and Charles R. Ojala; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 1996, C52, 484-485.

  35. “Polymerizable Methacrylate Carbohydrate Derivatives: 1,2:3,4-Di-O - isopropylidene-6-O -methacryloyl-α-D-galactopyranose and 1,2:5,6-Di-O-isopropylidene-3-O-methacryloyl-α-D-glucofuranose,” William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, Michael P. E. Connelly, Roland R. Wallis, and John J. Kremer; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 1996, C52, 155-158.

  36. “Reactions of 3,4-Estrone Quinone with Mimics of Amino Acid Side Chains,” Yusuf J. Abul-Hajj, Katmerka Tabakovic, William B. Gleason, and William H. Ojala; Chemical Research in Toxicology 1996, 9, 434-438.

  37. “Carbohydrates with Relevance to the Structure of Glycosaminoglycans: The Crystal Structures of 2-Deoxy-2-(sulfoamino)-α-D-glucopyranose sodium salt dihydrate; 2-Amino-2-deoxy-α,β-D-glucopyranose 3-(hydrogen sulfate) monohydrate; and 2-Amino-2-deoxy-α-D-glucopyranose 6-(hydrogen sulfate) monohydrate,” William H. Ojala, Kevin E. Albers, William B. Gleason, and Carolyn G. Choo; Carbohydrate Research 1995, 275, 49-65.

  38. “Crystalline Diethylstilbesterol(DES) Quinone: Synthesis, X-ray Analysis, and Stability,” Yusuf J. Abul-Hajj, Katmerka Tabakovic, William H. Ojala, and William B. Gleason; Journal of the American Chemical Society 1995, 117, 5600-5601.

  39. “The X-ray Crystal Structure of the Sulfonated Azo Dye Congo Red, a Non-peptidic Inhibitor of HIV-1 Protease, which also Binds to Reverse Transcriptase and Amyloid Proteins,” William H. Ojala, Charles R. Ojala, and William B. Gleason; Antiviral Chemistry and Chemotherapy 1995, 6, 25-33.

  40. “Intermolecular Interactions of Sulfonated Azo Dyes: Crystal Structures of the Diammonium, Dilithium, Magnesium, and Calcium Salts of 7-Hydroxy-8-(phenylazo)-1,3-Naphthalenedisulfonic Acid (Orange G),” William H. Ojala, Linh Khanh Lu, Kevin E. Albers, William B. Gleason, Timothy I. Richardson, Rex E. Lovrien, and Elise A. Sudbeck; Acta Crystallographica, Section B: Structural Science 1994, B50, 684-694.

  41. “Interactions Between Sulfonated Azo Dyes and Biomolecules: Structures of Orange G/Adenine and Orange G/Cytosine Salts,” William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, Timothy I. Richardson, and Rex E. Lovrien; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 1994, C50, 1615-1620.

  42. “κ Opioid Receptor Selective Affinity Labels: Electrophilic Benzeneacetamides as κ-Selective Opioid Antagonists,” An-Chi Chang, Akira E. Takemori, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, and Philip S. Portoghese; Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 1994, 37, 4490-4498.

  43. “Design, Synthesis, X-ray Analysis, and Dopamine Receptor-Modulating Activity of Mimics of the ‘C5’ Hydrogen-Bonded Conformation in the Peptidomimetic 2-Oxo-3(R)-[(2(S)-pyrrolidinylcarbonyl)amino]-1-pyrrolidineacetamide,” Paul W. Baures, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, Ram K. Mishra, and Rodney L. Johnson, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 1994, 37, 3677-3683.

  44. “Crystal Structure of a Polymorph of 1,2,3,4-Tetraphenylnaphthalene,” William H. Ojala, Holly L. Gustafson, and Charles R. Ojala; Acta Crystallographica, Section C: Crystal Structure Communications 1994, C50, 1602-1604.

  45. “Synthesis and Crystal Structure of a Peptidomimetic Containing the (R)-4.4-Spiro Lactam Type-II β-Turn Mimic,” Michael J. Genin, William H. Ojala, William B. Gleason, and Rodney L. Johnson; Journal of Organic Chemistry 1993, 58, 2334-2337.

  46. “Polymorphism in Anthranilic Acid: A Reexamination of the Phase Transitions,” William H. Ojala and Margaret C. Etter; Journal of the American Chemical Society 1992, 114, 10288-10293.

  47. “3,4-Bis(4-chlorophenyl)sydnone,” J. Z. Gougoutas, W. H. Ojala, and M. Malley; Crystal Structure Communications 1982, 11, 1731-1736.

  48. “Potassium Phthalate Monohydrate,” J. Z. Gougoutas, W. H. Ojala, and J. A. Miller; Crystal Structure Communications 1980, 9, 519-522.