By Shinji Funayama, Geoffrey A. Cordell
Alkaloids are a wide workforce of structurally complicated usual items showing quite a lot of organic actions. the aim of Alkaloids: A Treasury of toxins and drugs is to categorise, for the 1st time, the alkaloids remoted from the ordinary assets beforehand. The publication classifies the entire alkaloids via their biosynthetic origins. Of curiosity to the natural chemistry and medicinal chemistry groups interested by drug discovery and improvement, this e-book describes many alkaloids remoted from the medicinal vegetation, together with these utilized in eastern Kampo medicine.
- Classifies and lists alkaloids from traditional sources
- Occurrence and biosynthetic pathways of alkaloids
- Indicates key makes use of and bioactivity of alkaloids
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Alkaloids: A Treasury of Poisons and Medicines by Shinji Funayama, Geoffrey A. Cordell