Author: Sriram D .
Publisher: Pearson Education India
Category: Electronic books
Author: Sriram D .
Publisher: Pearson Education India
Category: Electronic books
Author: Gareth Thomas
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
View: 1798Medicinal Chemistry: An Introduction, Second Edition provides a comprehensive, balanced introduction to this evolving and multidisciplinary area of research. Building on the success of the First Edition, this edition has been completely revised and updated to include the latest developments in the field. Written in an accessible style, Medicinal Chemistry: An Introduction, Second Edition carefully explains fundamental principles, assuming little in the way of prior knowledge. The book focuses on the chemical principles used for drug discovery and design covering physiology and biology where relevant. It opens with a broad overview of the subject with subsequent chapters examining topics in greater depth. From the reviews of the First Edition: "It contains a wealth of information in a compact form" ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE, INTERNATIONAL EDITION "Medicinal Chemistry is certainly a text I would chose to teach from for undergraduates. It fills a unique niche in the market place." PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND EDUCATIONAL REVIEWS
Author: Thomas L. Lemke,David A. Williams
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
View: 5706Acclaimed by students and instructors alike, Foye's Principles of Medicinal Chemistry is now in its Seventh Edition, featuring updated chapters plus new material that meets the needs of today's medicinal chemistry courses. This latest edition offers an unparalleled presentation of drug discovery and pharmacodynamic agents, integrating principles of medicinal chemistry with pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, and clinical pharmacy. All the chapters have been written by an international team of respected researchers and academicians. Careful editing ensures thoroughness, a consistent style and format, and easy navigation throughout the text.
Author: V Alagarsamy
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
View: 7710Dr Alagarsamy's Textbook of Medicinal Chemistry is a much-awaited masterpiece in its arena. Targeted mainly to B. Pharm. students, this book will also be useful for M. Pharm. as well as M. Sc. organic chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry students. It aims at eliminating the inadequacies in teaching and learning of medicinal chemistry by providing enormous information on all the topics in medicinal chemistry of synthetic drugs. Salient Features Contains clear classification, synthetic schemes, mode of action, metabolism, assay, pharmacological uses with the dose and structure–activity relationship (SAR) of the following classes of drugs: Drugs acting on inflammation Drugs acting on respiratory system Drugs acting on digestive system Drugs acting on blood and blood-forming organs Drugs acting on endocrine system Contains a complete section on chemotherapy and the various classes of chemotherapeutic agents. Also includes recent topics like anti-HIV agents Contains brief introduction about the physiological and pathophysiological conditions of diseases and their treatment under each topic Provides well-illustrated synthetic schemes and alternative synthetic routes for majority of drugs that help in quick and enhanced understanding of the subject Covers the syllabi of majority of Indian universities
Author: Ashutosh Kar
Publisher: New Age International
View: 7000The Qualified Success And General Appeal Of Medicinal Chemistry Is Not Only Confined To The Indian Subcontinent, But It Has Also Won An Overwhelming Popularity In Other Parts Of The World. Specific Care Has Been Taken To Maintain And Sustain The Fundamental Philosophy Of The Textbook Embracing Rigidly The Original Pattern And Style Of Presentation With A Particular Expatiated Treatment Of Synthesis Of Potential Medicinal Compounds For The Ultimate Benefits Of The Teachers And The Taught Alike.The Present Thoroughly Revised And Skilfully Expanded Fourth Edition Essentially Contains Three New And Important Chapters, Namely : Molecular Modeling And Drug Design (Chapter 3), Adrenocortical Steroids (Chapter 24), And Antimycobacterial Agents (Chapter 26) So As To Make The Textbook More Useful To Its Readers.With The Advent Of Thirty Chapters The Present Updated Form Of Medicinal Chemistry Will Prove To Be An Asset For M. Pharm./B. Pharm. Degree Students, M. Sc. Pharmaceutical Chemistry, M.Sc. Applied Chemistry And M. Sc. Industrial Chemistry Throughout The Indian Universities.Medicinal Chemistry Appears As A Newly Designed And Artistically Presented In A Two-Colour Scheme So As To Facilitate A Distinctly More Effective Use Of The Book.This Highly Readable, Lucid, Handy, And Exceptionally Knowledgeable Textbook Will Definitely Win A Better, Bigger, And Confident Place For Itself Amongst Its Valued Readers.
View: 3594There are five main subject areas in this volume in the series on medicinal chemistry. The first is a review of the understanding of Alzheimer's disease and the development of drugs for its treatment; the second, looking at recent efforts in modifying a naturally occuring anticancer (campothecin) for chemotherapy; the third covers the problem of getting a drug to a specific site within the context of phosphates and phosphonates; a survey of sterilization using aldehydes for the destruction of microbes both inside and outside the human body is reviewed in the fourth; and the last chapter is an account of the progress made in the biologically active enantiomer for complex synthetic asymmetric drug molecules.
Author: F. D. King,G. Lawton
Publisher: Gulf Professional Publishing
View: 666Annotation The complex and multidisciplinary nature of modern drug discovery is well illustrated in the six chapters of this volume that describe exciting developments in both newly emerging and mature areas of medicinal chemistry. Chapter 1 provides a comprehensive review of therapeutic applications of ligands for peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma PPAR?, a key regulator of glucose and lipid homeostasis. Progress over the last decade on ligands that bind to central nicotinic acetylcholine receptors is timely reviewed in Chapter 2, with the emphasis on the a4ß2 subtype. Chapter 3 reviews inhibitors of PARP-1, the founding member of the family, with the focus on their therapeutic potential in ischaemia related CNS injuries. Chapter 4 describes the structure-activity relationships of some semi-synthetic analogues including promising new compounds in development. Chapter 5 describes selective, first generation, non-peptidic neuropeptide Y1 and Y2 antagonists and their actions and evaluates their potential therapeutic application in cardiovascular disorders, with the emphasis on NPY1 antagonists. Chapter 6 is an extensive review of the considerable progress that has been achieved in developing Cathepsin K inhibitors and evaluates their potential for treating arthritis and atherosclerosis.
Author: Camille Georges Wermuth,David Aldous,Pierre Raboisson,Didier Rognan
View: 1309The Practice of Medicinal Chemistry, Fourth Edition provides a practical and comprehensive overview of the daily issues facing pharmaceutical researchers and chemists. In addition to its thorough treatment of basic medicinal chemistry principles, this updated edition has been revised to provide new and expanded coverage of the latest technologies and approaches in drug discovery. With topics like high content screening, scoring, docking, binding free energy calculations, polypharmacology, QSAR, chemical collections and databases, and much more, this book is the go-to reference for all academic and pharmaceutical researchers who need a complete understanding of medicinal chemistry and its application to drug discovery and development. Includes updated and expanded material on systems biology, chemogenomics, computer-aided drug design, and other important recent advances in the field Incorporates extensive color figures, case studies, and practical examples to help users gain a further understanding of key concepts Provides high-quality content in a comprehensive manner, including contributions from international chapter authors to illustrate the global nature of medicinal chemistry and drug development research An image bank is available for instructors at www.textbooks.elsevier.com
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
View: 8009The Textbook of Medicinal Chemistry is a much-awaited masterpiece in its arena. Targeted mainly to B. Pharmacy students, book would also be useful for M. Pharmacy as well as M.Sc. Organic Chemistry/Pharmaceutical Chemistry students. It aims at eliminating the inadequacies in teaching and learning of medicinal chemistry by providing enormous information on all the topics in medicinal chemistry of synthetic drugs. About the Author : - Prof. Dr. V. Alagarsamy, M. Pharm., Ph.D., FIC., D.O.M.H., is Professor and Principal of MNR College of Pharmacy, Gr. Hyderabad, Sangareddy. He has been teaching Medicinal Chemistry and performing research work in Synthetic Medicinal Chemistry on novel heterocyclic bioactive compounds for more than a decade. His research activities are collaborated with various research laboratories/organisations like National Cancer Institute, USA; Rega Institute for Medical Research, Belgium and Southern Research Institute, USA. He is a recipient of Young Scientist award from the Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi. His research publications in journals and presentations in conferences, put together, exceed hundred. His research activities are supported by the funding agencies like CSIR, DST and DSIR. He is a doctoral committee member and recognized Research guide for Ph.D. students in various universities.
Author: Norma K Dunlap,Donna M Huryn
Publisher: Garland Science
View: 1247Medicinal Chemistry begins with the history of the field, starting from the serendipitous use of plant preparations to current practice of design- and target-based screening methods. Written from the perspective of practicing medicinal chemists, the text covers key drug discovery activities such as pharmacokinetics and patenting, as well as the classes and structures of drug targets (receptors, enzymes, nucleic acids, and protein-protein and lipid interactions) with numerous examples of drugs acting at each type. Selected therapeutic areas include drugs to treat cancer, infectious diseases, and central nervous system disorders. Throughout the book, historical and current examples illustrate the progress to market and case studies explore the applications of concepts discussed in the text. Each chapter features a Journal Club, as well as review and application questions to enhance and test comprehension. This textbook is ideal for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students taking a one-semester survey course on medicinal chemistry and/or drug discovery, as well as scientists entering the pharmaceutical industry.
Author: Annette M. Doherty
Publisher: Academic Press
View: 8485Annual Reports in Medicinal Chemistry provides timely and critical reviews of important topics in medicinal chemistry together with an emphasis on emerging topics in the biological sciences, which are expected to provide the basis for entirely new future therapies. Sections I-IV are disease-orientated and generally report on specific medicinal agents. Sections V-VI continue to emphasize important topics in medicinal chemistry, biology and drug design. In addition to the chapter reviews, a comprehensive set of indices has been included to enable the reader to easily locate topics in Volumes 1-38 of this series.
The Role of Organic Chemistry in Drug Research
Author: C. Robin Ganellin,Stanley M. Roberts
View: 2078This Second Edition covers exciting progress recently made with individual drugs and includes a special chapter on the impact of molecular biology on drug design. Other additions to the Second Edition include structure-activity relationships, the role of molecular biology in drug discovery, and drug access and prodrugs. Written for students considering a research career in drug development, this volume is conveniently divided into two parts. The first half introduces readers to the mechanisms of action of drugs and the approaches adopted in designing new drugs. The second half contains chapters written by the discoverers or developers of individual successful drugs who trace the history of the drugs to the present day.
From Biophysical Aspects to Clinical Applications
Author: Véronique Gouverneur
Publisher: World Scientific
View: 3651Fluorine chemistry is an expanding area of research that is attracting international interest, due to the impact of fluorine in drug discovery and in clinical and molecular imaging (e.g. PET, MRI). Many researchers and academics are entering this area of research, while scientists in industrial and clinical environments are also indirectly exposed to fluorine chemistry through the use of fluorinated compounds for imaging. This book provides an overview of the impact that fluorine has made in the life sciences. In the first section, the emphasis is on how fluorine substitution of amino acids, peptides, nucleobases and carbohydrates can provide invaluable information at a molecular level. The following chapters provide answers to the key questions posed on the importance of fluorine in drug discovery and clinical applications. For examples, the reader will discover how fluorine has found its place as a key element improving drug efficacy, with reference to some of the best-selling drugs on the market. Finally, a thorough review on the design, synthesis and use of 18F-radiotracers for positron emission tomography is provided, and this is complemented with a discussion on how 19F NMR has advanced molecular and clinical imaging.
Author: Carmen Avendano,J. Carlos Menendez
View: 9244Medicinal Chemistry of Anticancer Drugs, Second Edition, provides an updated treatment from the point of view of medicinal chemistry and drug design, focusing on the mechanism of action of antitumor drugs from the molecular level, and on the relationship between chemical structure and chemical and biochemical reactivity of antitumor agents. Antitumor chemotherapy is a very active field of research, and a huge amount of information on the topic is generated every year. Cytotoxic chemotherapy is gradually being supplemented by a new generation of drugs that recognize specific targets on the surface or inside cancer cells, and resistance to antitumor drugs continues to be investigated. While these therapies are in their infancy, they hold promise of more effective therapies with fewer side effects. Although many books are available that deal with clinical aspects of cancer chemotherapy, this book provides a sorely needed update from the point of view of medicinal chemistry and drug design. Presents information in a clear and concise way using a large number of figures Historical background provides insights on how the process of drug discovery in the anticancer field has evolved Extensive references to primary literature
Author: Li-He Zhang,Zhen Xi,Jyoti Chattopadhyaya
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
View: 4019Complete, up-to-date coverage of the broad area of nucleic acid chemistry and biology Assembling contributions from a collection of authors with expertise in all areas of nucleic acids, medicinal chemistry, and therapeutic applications, Medicinal Chemistry of Nucleic Acids presents a thorough overview of nucleic acid chemistry—a rapidly evolving and highly challenging discipline directly responsible for the development of antiviral and antitumor drugs. This reliable resource delves into a multitude of subject areas involving the study of nucleic acids—such as the new advances in genome sequencing, and the processes for creating RNA interference (RNAi) based drugs—to assist pharmaceutical researchers in removing roadblocks that hinder their ability to predict drug efficacy. Offering the latest cutting-edge science in this growing field, Medicinal Chemistry of Nucleic Acids includes: In-depth coverage of the development and application of modified nucleosides and nucleotides in medicinal chemistry A close look at a large range of current topics on nucleic acid chemistry and biology Essential information on the use of nucleic acid drugs to treat diseases like cancer A thorough exploration of siRNA for RNAi and the regulation of microRNA, non-coding RNA (ncRNA), a newly developing and exciting research area Thorough in its approach and promising in its message, Medicinal Chemistry of Nucleic Acids probes the new domains of pharmaceutical research—and exposes readers to a wealth of new drug discovery opportunities emerging in the dynamic field of nucleic acid chemistry.
Author: A.B. Reitz,S.L. Dax
View: 2734Volume 5 of Advances in Medicinal Chemistry contains four intriguing and detailed accounts of the close interface between synthetic chemistry, structure-activity relationships, biochemistry, and pharmacology. In Chapter 1, there is a comprehensive survey of the immunophilin area specifically focussing on neuroregenerative applications in the central nervous system. In Chapter 2, there is an overview of the development of a potent analgesic compound that works via modulation of neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. In Chapter 3, there is a description of dopamine D-2 autoreceptor partial agonists as potential therapy for the treatment of schizophrenia. In Chapter 4, there is a summary of the successful program in which potent non-peptide inhibitors of HIV protease from the AIDS virus were developed.
Author: Franco Cataldo,Tatiana da Ros
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
View: 3076Fullerenes and nanotubes are two classes of carbon structures or allotropes, which were discovered about 17 years ago. Since that time, many chemical derivatives have been synthesized using fullerenes and nanotubes as building blocks. Particularly promising was the theory that the chemical properties of fullerenes, and certain derivatives, made them likely candidates for anticancer drugs, inhibitors of viruses such as HIV, or even as anti-bacterials. Their cyctotoxicity can also be controlled by specific circumstances. In addition, the funtionalization of nanotubes has not only produced relatively simple derivatives, but also complex hybrids with biological macromolecules, which show unique supramolecular architecture and which are promising in many medical applications. The application of fullerenes and nanotubes in medicine is at the frontier of our knowledge, thus the work in this field represents the basis for future novel developments.
Author: John B. Taylor,D. J. Triggle
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd
View: 903The first edition of Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry was published in 1990 and very well received. Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry II is much more than a simple updating of the contents of the first edition. Completely revised and expanded, this new edition has been refocused to reflect the significant developments and changes over the past decade in genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, combinatorial chemistry, high-throughput screening and pharmacology, and more. The content comprises the most up-to-date, authoritative and comprehensive reference text on contemporary medicinal chemistry and drug research, covering major therapeutic classes and targets, research strategy and organisation, high-throughput technologies, computer-assisted design, ADME and selected case histories. It is this coverage of the strategy, technologies, principles and applications of medicinal chemistry in a single work that will make Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry II a unique work of reference and a single point of entry to the literature for pharmaceutical and biotechnology scientists of all disciplines and for many industry executives as well.Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry II will be available online in 2007 via the proven platform ScienceDirect providing the user with enhanced features such as cross-referencing and dynamic linking. * Comprehensively reviews - for the first time in one single work - the strategies, technologies, principles and applications of modern medicinal chemistry * Provides a global and current perspective of today's drug discovery process and discusses the major therapeutic classes and targets * Includes a unique collection of case studies and personal assays reviewing the discovery and development of key drugs
Author: Atta-ur Rahman,Allen B. Reitz,M. Iqbal Choudhary
Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers
View: 2156"Frontiers in Medicinal Chemistry" is an Ebook series devoted to the review of areas of important topical interest to medicinal chemists and others in allied disciplines. "Frontiers in Medicinal Chemistry" covers all the areas of medicinal chemistry, including developments in rational drug design, bioorganic chemistry, high-throughput screening, combinatorial chemistry, compound diversity measurements, drug absorption, drug distribution, metabolism, new and emerging drug targets, natural products, pharmacogenomics, chemoinformatics, and structure-activity relationships. Medicinal chemistry as a discipline is rapidly maturing. the study of how structure and function are related is absolutely essential to understanding the molecular basis of life. "Frontiers in Medicinal Chemistry" aims to contribute in a major way to the growth of scientific knowledge and insight, and facilitate the discovery and development of new therapeutic agents to treat debilitating human disorders. This Ebook series is essential for any medicinal chemist who wishes to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest and the most important advances.
Author: Paolo Carloni,Frank Alber
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
View: 8264Computational methods are transforming the work of chemical and pharmaceutical laboratories. Increasingly faster and more exact simulation algorithms have made quantum chemistry a valuable tool in the search for active substances. Written by a team of leading international quantum chemists, this book is aimed at both beginners as well as experienced users of quantum chemical methods. All commonly used quantum chemical methods are treated here, including Density Functional Theory, quantum and molecular mechanical approaches. Numerous examples illustrate the use of these methods for dealing with problems in pharmaceutical practice, whether the study of inhibitor binding, identifying the surface load of active substances or deriving molecular descriptors using quantum chemical tools. For anyone striving to stay ahead in this rapidly evolving field.