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People working in development of drugs, pesticides, washing detergents, etc., are obliged by law to conduct analyses of the "metabolic pathways" or "maps" for the chemical compounds that they are using or proposing. Everyone in these industries or carrying out research toward such products is therefore interested in having a reference on these compounds.
- Covers literature relating to degradation and metabolic profiles of molecules
- Draws together the literature on degradation and metabolism patterns with that on diversified conditions of the environmental systems
- Indicates 3D chemical structures, predicted physico-chemical parameters, logP and the SMILES chemical notations of the parent compounds to assist scientists design the lead compounds for new discovery using computer-aided technology
Graduate students and scientists in industry, government, and academia, researching biologically active compounds in the fields of toxicology, biotechnology, environmental chemistry, and metabolism
Amidines, Guanidines, and Hydrazines
Amino Acid-Phophinic Acids
Anilines and Nitrobenzenes
Dithio- and Thiolcarbamates
Five-membered Heterocycles (fused)
Six- /more membered Heterocycles
Six- /more membered Heterocycles (fused)
Phenylureas and Related Compounds
Phosphono Amino Acids and Related Compounds
Triazines and Related Compounds
Predicted Parameters of log P
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- © Academic Press 2001
- 30th May 2001
- Academic Press
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Hiroyasu Aizawa is the president of HRCI, Hiro Research Consultancy Inc., Japan, and a professor at the Applied Science Research Center, Tamagawa University Research Institute, Japan. He has considerable experience in the field of pesticide chemistry, including chemical synthesis, residue analysis, metabolism, and regulatory issues, and in the field of biologically active natural products gained from working in academia, chemical industries, and toxicology institutes and collaborating with government institutes and universities.
HRCI Hiro Research Consultancy Inc., Tokyo, Japan, and Tamagawa University Research Institute, Japan
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