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Naturally Occurring Chemicals Against Alzheimer’s Disease offers a detailed discussion on the roles, molecular mechanisms, structural activity relationships, toxicology and clinical data on phytochemicals in relation to Alzheimer’s disease. The book examines the available phytochemicals and plants that are potentially effective, also determining the role and molecular targets of these phytochemicals in combating AD. This comprehensive resource will be helpful to researchers who are working on herbal drugs on AD, phytochemistry, pharmacology, toxicology, clinical trials, neuroscience and advancement in formulations.
- Provides information on phytochemistry, pharmacology, toxicology, clinical trials, and advancement in formulations specific to Alzheimer’s Disease in a single source
- Explores natural compounds, which can be more affordable to the majority of Alzheimer’s Disease patients, who will increasingly be in developing countries
- Covers a wide array of specific chemical compounds
Researchers and students in pharmacology, phytochemistry, and nutrition sciences, as well as clinicians and dietitians and those studying the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease
2. Trends of phytochemicals used against Alzheimer’s disease
3. Ethnobotanical studies
4. Phytochemicals against Alzheimer’s
5. Plants and their extracts
6. Challenges and Future prospective
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 1st September 2020
- Academic Press
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Seyed Fazel Nabavi is a biotechnologist and Senior Scientist of Applied Biotechnology Research Center, Baqiyatallah University of Medical Science and a member of Iran’s National Elites Foundation. His research focused on the health-promotion effects of natural products. He is author/co-author of 170 publications in international journals, 45 communications at national and international congress and 4 chapters in book series. He is a referee of several international journals. He is also in the top 1% top scientists in the world in the fields of Agricultural Sciences and Pharmacology & Toxicology according to Essential Science Indicator from Thompson Reuters ISI.
Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, Iran
Ahmad Reza Dehpour is a pharmacologist and biomedical scientist. He studied pharmacy at Tehran University and received a PhD degree in Pharmacology from Tehran Medical School. He was editor in chief of the journal "Acta Medica Iranica", published by the Tehran University of Medical Sciences and general secretary of the Iranian society of physiology and pharmacology. He is also a member of Editorial Board in "Liver International" the Official Journal of the International Association for the Study of the Liver. He is currently full professor at Tehran Medical School. Dehpour published more than 250 original research papers in international journals
Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran
Dr. Belwal works on various aspects of plant conservation and its sustainable utilization from propagation to optimization of secondary metabolite production and extraction through advanced technologies. His research interest lies in medicinal plant conservation and its sustainable use and also works on development of hydroponic technologies for quality medicinal plant cultivation and product development.
GB Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, India
Samira Shirooie researches in Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutics Medicine Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology Immunology and Microbiology. She is an early career researcher who has only published since 2016.
Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences, Iran
Dr. Braidy researches Neurodegenerative Disorders Related to Ageing and Ageing and Older People. He has published numerous book chapters on natural products’ effects on aging and a book on Pomegranates: Old age remedy for today's diseases (2015, Nova Science Publishers). He teaches Chemical And Drugs; Diseases And Disorders; Life Sciences and Psychiatric Disorders.
University of New South Wales, Australia