Biomedical Chemistry: Applying Chemical Principles to the Understanding and Treatment of Disease
* Mechanism-based drug discovery
* Design of new antitumor and antiviral agents
* Targeting tumors using magnetic drug delivery
* Antisense and antigene agents
Easily accessible to anyone with a solid undergraduate background in chemistry, Biomedical Chemistry is an excellent resource for researchers in health-related fields as well as anyone seeking an overview of frontier topics in medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry.
Sleeping Sickness: Irreversible Inhibitors of S-Adenosylmethionine Decarboxylase as Antitrypanosomal Agents (P. Woster).
Mechanism-Based S-Adenosyl-L-Homocysteine Hydrolase Inhibitors in the Search For Broad-Spectrum Antiviral Agents (D. Yin, et al.).
Alcoholism: Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Inhibitors as Alcohol Deterrent Agents (H. Nagasawa, et al.).
AIDS: Adenosine Deaminase-Activated Prodrugs for the Treatment of Huamn Immunodeficiency Virus in the Central Nervous System (J. Driscoll).
Anti-HIV Phosphotriester Pronucleotides: Basis for the Rational Design of Biolabile Phosphate Protecting Groups (C. Perigaud, et al.).
EXPLORATION OF FUNDAMENTAL CHEMICAL PRINCIPLES IN DRUG DESIGN AND DISCOVERY.
AIDS: Potential Inhibitors of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Replication (G. Kenyon).
From Chemical Warfare Agent to Anticancer Drug: The Chemistry of Phosphoramide Mustard (S. Ludeman).
Phosphoryltyrosyl Mimetics as Signaling Modulators and Potential Antitumor Agents (T. Burke, et al.).
Targeting Tumors Using Magnetic Drug Delivery (S. Pulfer & J. Gallo).
Cancer: Superacid Generation of New Antitumor Agents (J.-C. Jacquesy & J. Fahy).
Fluorine Substitution as a Modulator of Biological Processes (K. Kirk).
UNDERSTANDING THE CHEMICAL BASIS OF DRUG ACTION AND DISEASE.
Thiouracil and Related Thioureylene Compounds as Melanoma-Seekers: Paradigms for a Chemical Approach to the Design of Targeting Anticancer Agents (M. d'Ischia & G. Prota).
Carbon-Centered Radicals and Rational Design of New Antimalarial Peroxide Drugs (G. Posner, et al.).
The Chemistry of Parkinson's Disease (G. Dryhurst, et al.).
NOVEL CHEMISTRIES IN THE VANGUARD OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND DRUG DISCOVERY.
New Generation of DNA Chips Based on Real-Time Biomimetic Recognition (F. Garnier).
Peptide Nucleic Acids (PNA): Towards Gene Therapeutic Drugs (P. Nielsen).
Ribozyme Mimics: The Evolution of Gene-Specific Chemotherapy (T. Osiek, et al.).
"At what must be considered a modest price, this book is warmly recommended as a good overall survey of the field to chemists and biochemists working in biomedical or related areas. It will also appeal to teachers of organic chemistry as a source book of medically relevant example..." (Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 123, No. 30, 2001)
"In an age of disposable artifacts and useless gadgets, this is a book to pick up frequently, read slowly, assimilate, and above all enjoy." (Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 18, No. 9, September 2001)
"A fascinating book...one of the best summaries of the new approach that I have seen." (Chemistry & Industry, 19 November, 2001)
"...an essential handbook..." (Journal of Natural Products, 2003)