Progress in Medicinal Chemistry, Vol 43

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  • Book
  • 302 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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The Progress in Medicinal Chemistry series spans a wide range of topics of interest to the drug discovery community. This particular volume touches upon the following:
* The Herg ion channel
* Fluorescence-based high throughput assay
* Aprepitant and neurokinin receptors
* Muscarinic receptor targets
* Gene activation pathways
* Malaria and antimalarial drugs
* HIV virus mutation and new therapeutics

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1. Human Ether-a-go-go Related Gene (Herg): A Chemist's Perspective
2. Fluorescence Based Assays
3. Selective and Combined Neurokinin Receptor Antagonists
4. Muscarinic Receptor Subtype Pharmacology and Physiology
5. The Transcription Factor NF-êB as Drug Target
6. Recent Advances in the Search for New Antimarial Agents
7. The Discovery of the CCR5 Receptor Antagonist UK-427857. A new agent for the Treatment of HIV infection and AIDS
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King, F.D.
Lawton, G.
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