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

  • Authors
  • David R. Webb
  • Vijendra KR. Singh
  • H. Hugh Fudenberg
  • Roger W. Russell
  • L. Öhman
  • G. Maluszynska
  • K.-E. MAgnusson
  • O. Stendahl
  • Peter A. Lambert
  • David H. P. Streeten
  • Gunnar H. AndersonJr
  • Vickram Ramkumar
  • George Pierson
  • Gary L. Stiles
  • Bernard Testa
  • Joachm M. Mayer
  • Duncan Stewart-Tull
  • Michael Williams
  • Gary L. Niel
  • Peter Hambleton
  • Stephen D. Prior
  • Andrew Robinson
  • Jed F. Fisher
  • Paul A. Aristoff

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-8
  2. Vijendra K. Singh, H. Hugh Fudenberg
    Pages 21-42
  3. L. Öhman, G. Maluszynska, K.-E. Magnusson, O. Stendahl
    Pages 131-147
  4. David H. P. Streeten, Gunnar H. Anderson Jr.
    Pages 175-194
  5. Vickram Ramkumar, George Pierson, Gary L. Stiles
    Pages 195-247
  6. Bernard Testa, Joachim M. Mayer
    Pages 249-303
  7. Michael Williams, Gary L. Neil
    Pages 329-375
  8. Peter Hambleton, Stephen D. Prior, Andrew Robinson
    Pages 377-409
  9. Jed F. Fisher, Paul A. Aristoff
    Pages 411-498
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 499-547

About this book


In the first years of the existence of this series of monographs, during the so-called "Golden Age" of drug research, the majority of the pa­ pers published were mainly concerned with the traditional domains of drug research, namely chemistry, pharmacology, toxicology and pre­ clinical investigations. The series' aim was to give coverage to impor­ tant areas of research, to introduce new active substances with thera­ peutic potential and to call attention to unsolved problems. This objective has not changed. The table of contents of the present volume makes evident, however, that the search for new medicines has become increasingly complex, and additional, new disciplines have entered the research arena. The series now includes reviews on bio­ chemical, biological, immunological, physiological and medicinal aspects of drug research. 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 will be assisted in their endeavour to discover new pharmaceutical agents. Those simply wanting to keep abreast of new developments in the complex, multi-discipline science can turn to the "Progress in Drug Research" volumes as an almost encyclopaedic source of information without having to consult the innumerable original publications. Volume 32 contains 12 reviews, a subject index, an index for the close to 400 articles published in the series so far, and an author and titles index for all 32 volumes.


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