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Fundamentals of Biochemical Pharmacology is a basic introduction to the fundamental aspects of pharmacology. It explains the molecular aspects of drugs, as well as the different biochemical systems and cellular strategies that they cause. The book is divided into two sections, the first of which covers physiochemical methods, histological methods, and physiological methods. The second section covers biochemical lesions; functions of subcellular structures; transfer of ions and molecules across cellular membrane; pharmacokinetics; drug receptor interactions; effects of drugs on structure; biosynthesis; catabolism; and biotransformation of drugs. The book is a good reference for pharmacology students who are learning about the the basic underlying concepts of biochemical pharmacology. It will also appeal to researchers with a background in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, botany, or zoology.
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Section A: Outlines of Methods
1 Introduction to Optical Methods
2. Electronic and Nuclear Magnetic Resonances
3 Mass Spectrometry
4 Isotopic Methods and Activation Analysis
5 Isolation and Purification Procedures
6 Immunochemistry and Radioimmunochemistry
7. Introduction to Enzyme Kinetics
8 Centrifugation of Subcellular Components
9 Electron Microscopy
11 Biochemical and Pharmacological Aspects of Histochemistry
12 Animals and Isolated Organs
13 Electrophysiological Methods
14 Behavioral Techniques
Section B: Biochemical Pharmacology
1 The Concept of the Biochemical Lesion
2 Functions of Subcellular Structures
2.1. Bacterial Walls and Membranes
2.3. Drugs and Lysosomes
3 Transfer of Ions and Molecules across Cellular Membranes
5 Synaptic Vesicles, Specific Granules, Autopharmacology
5.1. Cholinergic Transmissions
5.2. Adrenergic Transmission
6 Drug-Receptor Interactions
7 Chelating Agents
8 Effects of Drugs on Structure, Biosynthesis and Catabolism of Nucleic Acids, Proteins, Carbohydrates and Lipids
8.1. Nucleic Acids and Proteins
8.3. Drugs Acting on Blood Lipids
9 Biotransformation of Drugs
11 Comparative Pharmacology
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- © Pergamon 1971
- 1st January 1971
- eBook ISBN:
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