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Progress in Drug Research / Fortschritte der Arzneimittelforschung / Progrès des recherches pharmaceutiques

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Volume 36 of "Progress in Drug Research" contains 5 articles and the various indexes which facilitate its use and establish the connec tion with the previous volumes. While all articles deal with some of the topical aspects of drug research, the contribution by Robert R. Ruffolo et al. on "Drug receptors and control of the cardiovas cular system: Recent advances" is indeed in its own right a mono graphic presentation of this important domain. The remaining four reviews provide an overview of the work in volved in the search for new and better medicines, with a focus on chemical, pharmacological, toxicological, biological, biochemical and molecular modeling studies. In the 31 years this series has existed, the Editor has enjoyed the help and advice of many colleagues. Readers, the authors of the in dividual articles, and, last but not least, the reviewers have all con tributed greatly to the success of PDR. Although many comments received have been favorable, it is nevertheless necessary to analyze and to reconsider the current position and the direction of such a series. So far, it has been the Editor's aim to help spread informa tion on the vast domain of drug research, and to provide the reader with a tool helping him or her to keep abreast of the latest develop ments and trends.

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Volume 36 of "Progress in Drug Research" contains 5 articles and the various indexes which facilitate its use and establish the connec­ tion with the previous volumes. While all articles deal with some of the topical aspects of drug research, the contribution by Robert R. Ruffolo et al. on "Drug receptors and control of the cardiovas­ cular system: Recent advances" is indeed in its own right a mono­ graphic presentation of this important domain. The remaining four reviews provide an overview of the work in­ volved in the search for new and better medicines, with a focus on chemical, pharmacological, toxicological, biological, biochemical and molecular modeling studies. In the 31 years this series has existed, the Editor has enjoyed the help and advice of many colleagues. Readers, the authors of the in­ dividual articles, and, last but not least, the reviewers have all con­ tributed greatly to the success of PDR. Although many comments received have been favorable, it is nevertheless necessary to analyze and to reconsider the current position and the direction of such a series. So far, it has been the Editor's aim to help spread informa­ tion on the vast domain of drug research, and to provide the reader with a tool helping him or her to keep abreast of the latest develop­ ments and trends.



Inhalt

/ Inhalt / Sommaire.- Pharmacology of synthetic organic selenium compounds.- Opiate receptors: Search for new drugs.- Chemistry and pharmacology of cannabis.- Drug receptors and control of the cardiovascular system: Recent advances.- Molecular modeling and quantitative structure-activity analysis of antibacterial sulfanilamides and sulfones.- Index / Sachverzeichnis / Table des matières, Vol. 36.- Index of titles / Verzeichnis der Titel / Index des titres, Vol. 1-36.- Author and paper index / Autoren- und Artikelindex / Index des auteurs et des articles, Vol. 1-36.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Progress in Drug Research / Fortschritte der Arzneimittelforschung / Progrès des recherches pharmaceutiques
Autor:
Jucker
EAN: 9783034871358
ISBN: 303487135X
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Birkhäuser Basel
Anzahl Seiten: 480
Gewicht: 821g
Größe: H244mm x B170mm x T25mm
Jahr: 2012
Auflage: 1990

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