By T. Elmqvist (auth.), Lars Bohlin, Jan G. Bruhn (eds.)
Bioassay tools in usual Product study and Drug Development comprises the court cases from the Phytochemical Society of Europe's very winning symposium in this subject, held August 24-27, 1997 in Uppsala, Sweden.
during this quantity, major educational and commercial scientists talk about novel equipment for assaying usual items to discover new structure-activity relationships. Of key significance during this strategy is the supply and reliability of particular bioassay tools, yet chapters additionally speak about chemical and organic range and the way to dereplicate common product extracts to extend potency in lead discovery.
Anti-tumor, HIV-inhibitory, antiprotozoal, anti-infective and immunomodulatory typical items are mentioned. quite a few business initiatives are awarded for the 1st time.
This quantity bridges the distance among educational and commercial examine and scientists, and may be required analyzing in drug businesses and schools of pharmacy, in addition to serving scientists in pharmacognosy, pharmacology, phytochemistry, normal items and drug discovery.
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Bioassay Methods in Natural Product Research and Drug Development by T. Elmqvist (auth.), Lars Bohlin, Jan G. Bruhn (eds.)