Progress in Medicinal Chemistry, Vol 35

  • ID: 3612397
  • Book
  • 258 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Eminent scientists at the cutting edge of pharmacology and medicinal chemistry research provide us with yet another excellent addition to this famous series. The focus on bacterial resistance mechanisms serves to highlight an important area of unmet medical need requiring the attention of medicinal chemists. Five topical subjects are reviewed: the biosynthesis, metabolism and function of Vitamin D3 and the potential application of its analogues in bone disorders and immune-related diseases; the therapeutic potential of neurokinin antagonists; opioid receptor antagonists; the mechanisms of bacterial resistance; and a survey of recent advances in cannabinoid research. This volume will deservedly take its place in clinical and industrial pharmaceutical libraries, and will prove invaluable to medicinal chemists.

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1: Modern View of Vitamin D3 and its Medicinal Uses

2: Neurokinin Receptor Antagonists

3: Opioid Receptor Antagonists

4: Mechanisms of Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics and Biocides

5: Towards cannabinoid drugs
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