Medicinal Chemistry: A Molecular and Biochemical Approach
Medicinal Chemistry begins with a review of fundamental concepts before diving into an analysis of drug molecular properties, receptor pharmacology, and drug-receptor interactions. Then it takes a comprehensive look at how each family of receptors contributes to human illness and how they may be targeted in future medication development. Receptors for neurotransmitters, hormones, and immunomodulators are examples of endogenous substances. Receptors for mitochondria, nuclei, endogenous macromolecules, and foreign pathogens (viruses, bacteria) are next on the agenda. This receptor analysis takes into account the whole scope of human illness and therapeutic options.
- Wilson and Gisvold’s Textbook of Organic Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry – 12th Edition
- Principles of Organic Medicinal Chemistry – 1st Edition
- Medicinal Chemistry: A Molecular and Biochemical Approach – 3rd Edition
- Textbook of Medicinal Chemistry – Volume 2 – 3rd Edition