A Practical Book Of Medicinal Chemistry – III (Practical)

A Practical Book Of Medicinal Chemistry – III (Practical)

3786 Views
MRP : ₹55.00
Price : ₹37.05
You will save : ₹17.95 after 33% Discount
Inclusive of all taxes
INSTANT delivery: Read it now on your device

Save extra with 2 Offers

Get ₹ 50

Instant Cashback on the purchase of ₹ 400 or above
SAFE5 Already Applied

Product Specifications

Publisher Nirali Prakashan All B. Pharmacy books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789389686753
Author: Dr. Sunila T. Patil, Dr. Md. Rageeb Md. Usman, Dr. Parloop A. Bhatt
Number of Pages 57
Edition First Edition
Available
Available in all digital devices
  • Snapshot
  • About the book
  • Sample book
A Practical Book Of Medicinal Chemistry – III (Practical) - Page 1 A Practical Book Of Medicinal Chemistry – III (Practical) - Page 2 A Practical Book Of Medicinal Chemistry – III (Practical) - Page 3 A Practical Book Of Medicinal Chemistry – III (Practical) - Page 4 A Practical Book Of Medicinal Chemistry – III (Practical) - Page 5

A Practical Book Of Medicinal Chemistry – III (Practical) by Dr. Sunila T. Patil, Dr. Md. Rageeb Md. Usman, Dr. Parloop A. Bhatt
Book Summary:

The subject emphasizes on the chemistry, mechanism of action, metabolism, adverse effects, Structure Activity Relationships (SAR), therapeutic uses and synthesis of important drugs.

The efforts taken by authors to simplify the contents in a concise form to cater specially the needs of graduate students of pharmacy. The content of the book is restricted to the core and relevant part of the topic. For comprehensive learning, readers are expected to refer the reference books.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Pharmacy Students.
Table of Content:

1. Preparation of Drugs and Intermediates

2. Assay of Drugs

3. Preparation of Medicinally Important Compounds or Intermediates by Microwave Irradiation Technique

4. Drawing Structures and Reactions Using Chem Draw

5. Determination of Physicochemical Properties such as log P, C log P, MR, Molecular Weight, Hydrogen Bond Donors and Acceptors for Class of Drugs Course Content Using Drug Design Software Drug Likeliness Screening (Lipinskies RO5)