Annual Reports in Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 40

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Annette M. Doherty
Elsevier, Dec 19, 2005 - Medical - 558 pages
Annual Reports in Medicinal Chemistry provides timely and critical reviews of important topics in medicinal chemistry together with an emphasis on emerging topics in the biological sciences, which are expected to provide the basis for entirely new future therapies. Sections I-IV are disease orientated and generally report on specific medicinal agents. Sections V and VI continue to emphasize important topics in medicinal chemistry, biology, and drug design. Section VII looks at Trends and Perspectives in the pharmaceuticals market.
  • Critical reviews of the previous year's literature in many topics of interest to medicinal chemists
  • Highlights major developments in medicinal chemistry
  • Includes a comprehensive set of cumulative indices to easily locate topics in all published volumes
 

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Contents

I Central Nervous System Diseases
1
II Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases
69
III Inflammatory Pulmonary and Gastrointestinal Diseases
183
IV Cancer and Infectious Diseases
243
V Topics in Biology
337
VI Topics in Drug Design And Discovery
371
VII Trends and Perspectives
429
Compound Name Code Number and Subject Index Volume 40
475
Cumulative Chapter Titles Keyword Index Volume 140
485
Cumulative NCE Introduction Index 19832004
503
Cumulative NCE Introduction Index 19832004 By Indication
521
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Page xiii - As in past volumes, annual updates have been limited only to the most active areas of research in favor of specifically focussed and mechanistically oriented chapters, where the objective is to provide the reader with the most important new results in a particular field. Sections V and VI continue to emphasize important topics in medicinal chemistry, biology, and drug design as well as the critical interfaces among these disciplines.

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Doherty-Institut de Recherche Jouveinal, Fresnes Cedex, France

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