Medicinal Natural Products. A Biosynthetic Approach. Second Edition. Paul M Dewick. School of Pharmaceutical Sciences. University of Nottingham, UK. Medicinal Natural Products. A Biosynthetic Approach. 2nd Edition By Paul M. Dewick. John Wiley & Sons, New York. xii + pp. 19 × cm. Medicinal Natural Products: A Biosynthetic Approach, Second Edition By P. M. Dewick (University of Nottingham). John Wiley and Sons, Ltd., UK. x1i +.
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It builds upon fundamental chemical principles and demonstrates a unique integration of plant, microbial and animal natural products in one volume. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Medicinal Natural Products, Second Edition is a comprehensive guide providing information on all classes of prroducts products in medicine.
The text guides the reader through a wealth of diverse natural metabolites used in medicine with sources, production methods, use as drugs and modes of action all extensively covered. Taking a chemistry based approach it combines traditional pharmacognosy with medicinal chemistry.
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