Biologically Active Natural Products: Pharmaceuticals by Stephen J. Cutler, Horace G. Cutler
By Stephen J. Cutler, Horace G. Cutler
Biologically energetic ordinary items: prescription drugs demonstrates the connections among agrochemicals and prescription drugs and explores using vegetation and plant items within the formula and improvement of prescription drugs. specialists from around the globe learn a mess of subject matters, together with assessment of extracts from tropical vegetation for strength anticancer job and melanoma chemopreventive task; use of chinese language lacquer tree sap items as pharmaceutical intermediates; and new ways to drug discovery from the rainforest.
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