2 edition of Topics in the biochemistry of natural products found in the catalog.
Topics in the biochemistry of natural products
Phytochemical Society of North America. Joint Meeting
|Statement||edited by Tony Swain and George R. Waller.|
|Series||Recent advances in phytochemistry -- v.13|
|Contributions||Swain, T. 1922-1987., Waller, George Rozier., American Society of Pharmacognosy. Joint Meeting,|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||253|
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The field of the chemistry of natural products is so immense that it embraces an almost limitless scope of the compound book covers the following topics of natural products: cannabinoids; toxic constituents from marine sources; natural sweeteners; generation of Topics in the biochemistry of natural products book biological markers; pheromones of insects and mammals; pest management; and Format: Hardcover.
The topics, ranging from natural products chemistry and phytochemistry in their most basic form to molecular biology, pharmacology and in silico drug design, summarize years of extensive research in each area, and provide insight in the new themes of natural products research. Topics in the biochemistry of natural products.
New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: T Swain; George R Waller; American Society of Pharmacognosy.; Phytochemical Society of North America.
Topics discussed include the in-vitro assessment of chromones and alkaloids from Caribbean plants as potential anti-tuberculars and chemopreventors; natural products as inhibitors of ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like protein-proteasome pathways; the biological activities of red propolis; nanoencapsulation of natural products; and natural products as a source of potential drugs for the treatment of fungal : Ramiro E.
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Their use by traditional medicinal approach. Natural Products: Chemistry, Biochemistry and Pharmacology attempts to provide an insight into significant developments in some of the promising areas of natural products chemistry.
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In the absence of a valid distinction based on either structure or biochemistry, we return to a functional definition, with prima-ry products participating in nutrition and es-sential metabolic processes inside the plant, and natural (secondary) products influenc.
The Chemistry of Natural Products: 6 discusses some of the advances in the chemistry of sesquiterpenic lactones. This book presents the studies on terpenoids isolated from Compositae. Organized into 10 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the revised structures of some guaianolides and germacranolides.
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It is a book that offers help in two different ways—help in understanding the concepts of biochemistry and help in organizing your attack on the subject and minimizing the subject’s attack on you. Natural products are ubiquitous in our everyday lives. They are active constituents of many medicines, vitamins, food additives, flavours and fragrances, agrochemicals and pesticides used for plant protection.
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Based on the award winning Wiley Encyclopedia of Chemical Biology, this book provides a general overview of the unique features of the small molecules referred to as "natural products", explores how this traditionally organic chemistry-based field was transformed by insights from genetics and biochemistry, and highlights some promising future directions.Books shelved as biochemistry: Principles of Biochemistry by Albert L.
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