Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry : How Drugs Act and Why by Alex Gringauz

By Alex Gringauz

This paintings brigdges the compartmentalized undergraduate natural and biochemistry and biology matters to the pharmacology and the medical components a latest pharmacy perform calls for. The alterations and continually expanding duties of modern-day pharmacist have dictated a restructuring of the drugstore curriculum, together with person path content material. This e-book displays and addresses those advancements. this can be a well-written paintings that covers so much significant parts of pharmaceutical learn. The textual content is gifted in a logical and concise style being divided into chapters established upon healing subject. This makes the paintings very important for instructing a path in medicinal chemistry on account that healing components should be individually coated with no need to use the whole e-book which total encompasses a great quantity of knowledge. This ebook is an important contribution to realizing what medicinal chemistry is and the way this technological know-how is used to strengthen new healing brokers.

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Dar et al. (2005) studied mangiferin, a xanthone isolated from methanolic extract of fresh leaves of B. ceiba and tested it (1) and its acetyl (1a), cinnamoyl (1b) and methyl (2) derivatives along with the methanolic extract (BCL) and the filtrate (BCM) for antioxidant activity in DPPH free radical scavenging assay, Deoxyribose degradation assay and non-enzymatic lipid peroxidation in liposomes. 33 lg/ml). Mangiferin appears to be a better antioxidant compound than 1a and 1b which bears no 6,7-dihydroxylated structure (Catechol moiety).

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