978-93-8116-252-1 362 (Pb) 2012 495.00 US$ 11.95
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ndThe 2 edition of this book has been thoroughly revised and updated for the undergraduate/graduate students in medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology and other related subjects. The book has been designed, through in a concise but explanatory form and focuses on the basic concepts of medicinal chemistry. The drug discovery routes traditional as well as modern drug discovery strategies using computation biology and chemistry have been discussed with examples. It also includes a brief discussion on drug development from the discovery to research stage leading to final product. In this book, a new chapter on Diabetes Mellitus has been added.
Salient features: Written in a simple and lucid language. Text organized into classes of drugs with an emphasis on their
pharmacological effects. Focuses on the types of diabetes, insulin and management of Diabetes Mellitus.
1. Drug Design and Development 2. Receptors and Drug Action 3. Enzymes: Catalytic Receptors 4. Drug Metabolism 5. Natural Products and Drug Development 6. Anticoagulants 7. Cardiovascular Drugs 8. Antimalarials 9. Analgesics 10. Antibiotics 11. Antibacterials 12. Anticonvulsants 13. Drugs for Cancer Treatment 14. Diuretics 15. Uricosuric Agents 16. Drugs for Aids and Related Disorders 17. Antiamoebic Agents 18. Antiseptics and Disinfectants 19. Anthelmintics 20. Diabetes Mellitus Index
V.K. AhluwaliaMadhu ChopraE
About the SeriesThis series of short textbooks prepared by well-known authors is an attempt to deliver the vast knowledge of chemistry in a more concise yet comprehensive format for easy understanding and learning by the users. Need for this type of material has been strongly felt by the students studying chemistry at UG and PG levels for quite sometime and hence this product.
Each title of the series is independent by itself and presupposes only a very little fore-knowledge for use. The content has been developed following a basic undergraduate and plus level, avoiding any sophistication and show of expertise.
The subject-matter presented in each book, though concise, has adequate coverage of this subject. The important points wherever necessary have been highlighted. Complex portion of the content has been interpreted in an easy to grasp manner. Long sequences of references of reactions have been summarized in short run flowcharts. Would be ideal for preparation of competitive examinations like NET, GATE and Civil Services.
978-81-8052-159-1 176 (Pb) 2009 180.00 US$ 4.95
Chemistry of Natural ProductsAmino Acids, Peptides Proteins and Enzymes
About the Book
This book is designed for the undergraduate (Pass and Honours) and postgraduate students of Chemistry. The content, in adequate details is presented in a lucid language and is well illustrated. It would be equally useful to the learners in interdisciplinary areas like Biochemistry and Biotechnology etc.
Preface, Chapter 1 : Amino Acids: Introduction. Nomenclature of Amino acids, Classification of Amino acids, Stereochemical aspects of - Amino acids, Physical properties of -Amino acids, Chemical reactions of Amino acids, Industrial preparation of - amino acids, Chemical synthesis of -Amino acids, Industrial applications of -Amino acids, Chapter 2 : Peptides : Introduction, Structure and Classification of Peptides, Nomenclature of Peptides, Peptide Synthesis, Solid phase Peptide Synthesis, Some Biologically important
Peptides, Chapter 3: Proteins : Introduction, Classification of Proteins, Properties of Proteins, Structural organisation of Proteins, Chapter 4: Enzymes : Introduction, Nomenclature and Classification of Enzymes, Characteristics of Enzymes, Mechanism of Enzyme action, Factors affecting Enzyme action, Chymotrypsin: an Enzyme in action, Cofactors (or coenzymes), Enzymes in Organic synthesis, Glossary, Index.
V.K. Ahluwalia, Lalita S Kumar, Sanjiv Kumar
978-81-8052-089-1 260 (Hb) 2006 395.00 US$ 10.95
Contents1. Introduction to Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics. 2. Passage of Drugs Through Membranes. 3. Drug Administration, Absorption, and Bioavailability. 4. Drug Distribution. 5. Drug Elimination and Clearance. 6. Compartmental Models in Pharmacokinetics. 7. Pharmacokinetics of an Intravenous Bolus Injection in a One-Compartment Model. 8. Pharmacokinetics of an Intravenous Bolus Injection in a Two-Compartment Model.9. Pharmacokinetics of Extravascular Drug Administration. 10. Introduction to Noncompartmental Analysis. 11. Pharmacokinetics of Intravenous Infusion in a One-Compartment Model. 12. Multiple Intravenous Bolus Injections in the One-Compartment Model. 13. Multiple Intermittent Infusions. 14. Multiple Oral Doses. 15. Nonlinear Pharmacokinetics. 16. Introduction to Pharmacodynamic Models and Integrated Pharmacokinetic-Pharmacodynamic Models. 17. Mechanism-Based Integrated Pharmacokinetic-Pharmacodynamic Models. Index.
Basic Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
Sara E. Rosenbaum
978-04-7056-906-1 448 (Pb) 2011 US$ 59.95
PharmacyWhat It Is and How It Works - 2/e
Contents What is Pharmacy? The Pharmacist. Pharmacists and the Health Care System The Drug Use Process Pharmacy Supportive Personnel Pharmacy Technology & Automation Pharmaceutical Care Ambulatory (Community) Pharmacy Hospital Pharmacy Managed Care Pharmacy Home Health Care Pharmacy Long Term Care Pharmacy Government Pharmacy Drug Information & Poison Control Pharmacy Academia Pharmacy Organizations How Drugs Are Discovered, Tested, and Approved Pharmaceutical Industry Other Opportunities for Pharmacists Career Development Index
William N. Kelly
978-08-4937-246-9 512 (Pb) 2007 36.99
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About the BookIf you are wondering how the pharmacology principles you are studying will apply to real life patients, Blueprints Notes & Cases - Pharmacology has just what you need - basic science concepts tied to clinical cases! This book offers high-yield, concise basic science content presented in a logical template. Each topic features a case presentation followed by thought questions and a basic science review. Thumbnails and key points provide a quick review of the essential information. Multiple-choice questions at the end of each case allow you to test your knowledge. Use during your coursework to aid in understanding application of principles, then review again as you prep for exams. Perfect for medical students -- physician assistants, nurse practitioners and related health professionals will also find Blueprints Notes & Cases valuable.
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PharmacologyKatherine Y Yang, Larissa R Graff, Aaron B
978-14-0512-726-4 190 (Hb) 2004 425.00 US$ 11.95
Pharmaceutical Mathematics Remedial Mathematics for B. Pharma
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This is the first time that a book has been designed for students studying mathematics from pharmaceutical perspective. It provides the basic concepts and applications of mathematics suited to the needs of students appearing in the examinations of B. Pharma, M. Pharma and other professional examinations. The developments of this book reflect a special concern to present mathematical concepts in terms that the reader can understand and practice with a variety of illustrations and examples. Thus the approach is to communicate the practical aspects of mathematics in a way that negates the fear of learning any subject with mathematical applications.
Each chapter is structured in such a way that it allows the reader to check his understanding and consolidate the learning process. Some of the salient features are : Illustrations and solved examples Self practice problems with hints and answers
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