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Progress in Drug Research / Fortschritte der Arzneimittelforschung / Progrès des recherches pharmaceutiques

  • Ernst Jucker

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-5
  2. E. Jucker
    Pages 6-7
  3. H.-D. Höltje, M. Hense, S. Marrer, E. Maurhofer
    Pages 9-74
  4. Y. T. Pan, Alan D. Elbein
    Pages 163-207
  5. Neil H. Raskin
    Pages 209-230
  6. William J. Wechter, Elaine J. Benaksas
    Pages 231-260
  7. Paul A. Saunders, I. K. Ho
    Pages 261-286
  8. Horst Kleinkauf, Hans von Doehren
    Pages 287-317
  9. Michael R. Waterman, Evan R. Simpson
    Pages 359-381
  10. Anita Mukherjee, Manju Seth, A. P. Bhaduri
    Pages 447-490
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 491-547

About this book

Introduction

Today's drug research is an extremely complex process which, apart from chemistry, pharmacology, toxicology and preclinical trials, in­ cludes a variety of sciences such as biotechnology, biochemistry, im­ munology, physics, biology and even computer sciences. The Table of Contents of the present volume demonstrates this situation and makes it evident that the individual researcher cannot possibly hope to keep abreast of all aspects of modern drug research. In this re­ spect, the series of monographs "Progress in Drug Research" pro­ vides valuable help and assistance. Those who simply wish to remain informed of the latest trends and developments in drug research can use the 34 volumes so far available as a source of almost encyclo­ pedic character. Researchers actively engaged in the various scientific fields forming the entity of drug research can benefit from the wealth of knowledge and experience of the respective authors, and they will be assisted in their endeavour to discover new pharmaceutical agents. Moreover, the extensive bibliographies of the individual reviews provide an invaluable overview of the literature most pertinent to today's drug research. I should like to thank all the authors for their willingness to prepare the reviews and for sharing their insights and experience with the readers. Thanks are also due to Mrs L. Koechlin, H.-P. Thiir and A. Gomm of Birkhauser Publishers for their valuable help in the pre­ paration of this volume.

Keywords

Arzneimittel Arzneimittelforschung biochemistry biology biotechnology chemistry clinical trial drug drug discovery drug research pharmacology research toxicology

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  • Ernst Jucker
    • 1
  1. 1.BaselSwitzerland

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