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1. Medicinal natural products - An introduction
Lutfun Nahar and Satyajit D Sarker
2. Anticancer natural products
Satyajit D Sarker, Lutfun Nahar, Anca Miron and Mingquan Guo
3. Antimicrobial natural products
Mukhlesur Rahman and Satyajit D Sarker
4. Antiparasitic natural products
Fyaz M D Ismail, Lutfun Nahar, Kalin Y Zhang and Satyajit D Sarker
5. Anti-inflammatory natural products
Olumayokun A Olajide and Satyajit D Sarker
6. Neuroprotective natural products
Subrata Das, Lutfun Nahar, Rajat Nath, Deepa Nath, Satyajit D Sarker and Anupam Das Talukdar
7. Hepatoprotective natural products
Sitesh C Bachar, Ritesh Bachar, Rownak Jahan and Mohammed Rahmatullah
8. Nephroprotective natural products
Emil Jivishov, Lutfun Nahar and Satyajit D Sarker
9. Cancer chemopreventive natural products
Kenneth J Ritchie and Satyajit D Sarker
10. Antipsoriatic natural products
Anca Miron, Lutfun Nahar, Elvira Gille and Satyajit D Sarker
11. Medicinal natural products in osteoporosis
Didem Sohretoglu and Gulin Renda
12. Antidiabetic natural products
Pulok K Mukherjee, Amit Kar, Subhadip Banerjee and C.K. Katiyar
13. Anti-obesity natural products
Aditya Arya, Lutfun Nahar, Hidayat Ullah Khan and Satyajit D Sarker
14. Analgesic and antipyretic natural products
Jamil A Shilpi and Shaikh Jamal Uddin
15. Fertility regulating natural products
Sushmita Nath, Lutfun Nahar and Satyajit D Sarker
16. Antipsychotic natural products
Krystyna Skalicka-Woźniak and Jürg Gertsch
Medicinal Natural Products: A Disease-Focused Approach, Volume 55 in the Annual Reports in Medicinal Chemistry series, highlights the applications of natural products as medicines or prospective medicinal leads for the treatment of various human ailments. Each chapter covers a particular disease area or medical condition, with chapters in this new release covering Medicinal Natural Products – An Introduction, Anticancer Natural Products, Antimicrobial Natural Products, Antimalarial and Antiparasitic Natural Products, Anti-inflammatory Natural Products, Neuroprotective Natural Products, Hepatoprotective Natural Products, Nephroprotective Natural Products, Cancer Chemopreventive Natural Products, Antipsoriatic Natural Products, Medicinal Natural Products in Osteoporosis, Antidiabetic Natural Products, Anti-obesity Natural Products, and much more.
- Presents a disease-focused perspective
- Includes the latest on the medicinal chemistry of natural products
- Covers natural products in drug delivery
Medicinal chemists, natural products chemists, drug discovery researchers, pharmacists, phytochemists and phytotherapists of all levels
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 21st September 2020
- Academic Press
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Prof Satyajit D Sarker, the Editor-in-Chief of Phytochemical Analysis, and the President of the Phytochemical Society of Europe, is the Director of School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University. He is a Pharmacy Professor and the Founding Head of the Centre for Natural Products Discovery, launched in January 2019. He is a Visiting Scientist (Guest Professor), recently awarded by the Chinese Academy of Sciences to carry out a joint research project with Prof Mingquan Guo at the Wuhan Botanical Garden, and a Visiting Professor at the School of Medicine, Taylor’s University, Malaysia (May 2019 – April 2021). He obtained BPharm and MPharm degrees from Dhaka University, and completed his PhD in Phytochemistry from Strathclyde University, Glasgow, UK. His research focuses on anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antimalarial, antimicrobial, chemopreventive and wound-healing properties of phytochemicals. Prof Sarker is in the Editorial Board of >35 international journals including Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, Current Medicinal Chemistry, Current Trends in Medicinal Chemistry, DARU, Molecules, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacognosy Magazine and Pharmacognosy Research, and a reviewer for over 80 journals. He co-authored the popular textbook, Chemistry for Pharmacy Students (Wiley & Sons) in 2007, which was subsequently translated in Japanese, Greek and Portuguese languages.
Director, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
Dr Lutfun Nahar, Chemistry honors graduate from Exeter University, obtained her PhD in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry from Aberdeen University. She is currently working at Liverpool John Moores University. Previously she held several posts including Senior Lecturer in Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry at Wolverhampton University, Lecturer in Medicinal Chemistry at Robert Gordon University, Research Fellow at Ulster University, Visiting Professor at Tripoli University, Research Scientist at Rowett Research Institute, Medical Research Council Fellow at Robert Gordon University and Post-doctoral Fellow at Aberdeen University. She is the Managing Editor of Phytochemical Analysis, a reviewer of 30 international journals, and in the Editorial Board of 15 international journals. She has published 360 scientific papers, reviews, books and book chapters in the area of Synthetic Organic Medicinal and Natural Products Chemistry. She co-authored the popular textbook, Chemistry for Pharmacy Students (Wiley & Sons) in 2007, which was subsequently translated in Japanese, Greek and Portuguese languages; the second edition will be published in 2019. She is also the co-author of the book, Steorid Dimers (Wiley & Sons), published in 2012. She co-edited the third editon of Natural Products Isolation (Humana Press-Springer-Verlag), published in 2012. Computational Phytochemistry (Elsevier), published in April 2018, is the latest contribution from Dr Nahar and Prof Sarker. Dr Nahar has Google citations: 8800, h-index: 43 and i10-index: 192, and ResearchGate score: 43.51. Her research interest includes several aspects of Medicinal and Natural Products Chemistry. Her scientific profile has been published in every edition of the Marquis "Who’s Who in the World" since 2009 and "Who's Who in Science and Engineering" since 2010.
School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
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