Internationally acclaimed for more than 40 years, this Series, founded by the late Professor R.H.F. Manske, continues to provide outstanding coverage of the rapidly expanding field of the chemotaxonomy, structure elucidation, synthesis, biosynthesis, and biology of all classes of alkaloids from higher and lower plants, marine organisms, or various terrestrial animals. Each volume provides, through its distinguished authors, up-to-date and detailed coverage of particular classes or sources of alkaloids. Over the years, this Series has become the standard in natural product chemistry to which all other book series aspire. The Alkaloids: Chemistry and Pharmacology endures as an essential reference for all naturalproduct chemists and biologists who have an interest in alkaloids, their diversity, and their unique biological profile.
@introbul:Key Features @bul:* Indispensable reference work written by leading experts in the field
- Provides up-to-date, timely reviews on compounds and classes of great interest
- Covers synthesis, biosynthesis, biology, as well as isolation and structure elucidation
- An essential research tool for anyone working with alkaloids from a chemical or biological perspectiveperspective
Chemists, Pharmacologists, and Biochemists.
H. Takayama and S. Sakai, Gelsemium Alkaloids. T. Ozturk, Alkaloids Containing Quinolinequinone and Quinolinequinoneimine Units. R. Verpoorte, R. Van Der Heijden, and P.R.H. Moreno, Biosynthesis of Terpenoid Indole Alkaloids in Catharanthus Roseus Cells. H. Itokawa, K. Takeya, Y. Hitotsuyanagi, and H. Morita, Macrocylic Peptide Alkaloids From Plants. Cumulative Index of Titles. Subject Index.
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- 16th June 1997
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@qu:"Authoritative, precise, thorough, and above all, permeated with enthusiasm." @source:--JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES @qu:"The most authoritative treatise on alkaloids." @source:--JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS @qu:"An indispensable addition to the library of anyone in the field of alkaloid chemistry." @source:--JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY