The Role of Organic Chemistry in Drug ResearchBy
- C. Ganellin
- Stanley Roberts
This book is aimed primarily at final year organic/medicinal chemists considering a research career in drug development.Recent exiting progress is reported in the chapters on individual drugs by their developers for the second edition of Medicinal Chemistry. In addition, this volume benefits from new chapters dealing with structure-activity relationships, the role of molecular biology in drug discovery, and drug acccess and prodrugs.
Hardbound, 368 Pages
Published: December 1992
Imprint: Academic Press
"This book provides thorough and readable accounts of drug discovery by persons directly involved and shoud fine use among students of medicinal chemistry and organic chemists wanting to learn more about how drugs are developed."
--Journal of the American Chemical Society