Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Pharmacological Activity of Prostanoids
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Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Pharmacological Activity of Prostanoids

Including the Proceedings of a Symposium on the Chemistry and Biochemistry of Prostanoids Held at The University of Salford, England, 10-14 July 1978
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ISBN-13:
9781483146034
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
420
Autor:
Stanley M. Roberts
Sprache:
Englisch
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Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Pharmacological Activity of Prostanoids contains the proceedings of a symposium on the Chemistry and Biochemistry of Prostanoids held at the University of Salford, England on July 10-14, 1978. Separating 29 papers of the symposium as chapters, this book begins with a description of prostanoids in health and disease and recent developments in the synthesis of antisecretory prostaglandins. Other topics discuss synthesis of some novel 11-deoxyprostaglandins; bicycles, tricycles and prostaglandin synthesis; chemical and biological studies on new prostanoids; and isolation and characterization of enzymes involved in prostaglandin biosynthesis. Structure activity relationships of prostaglandins and a biochemical background of caloric restriction therapy of obesity are also explained.
Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Pharmacological Activity of Prostanoids contains the proceedings of a symposium on the Chemistry and Biochemistry of Prostanoids held at the University of Salford, England on July 10-14, 1978. Separating 29 papers of the symposium as chapters, this book begins with a description of prostanoids in health and disease and recent developments in the synthesis of antisecretory prostaglandins. Other topics discuss synthesis of some novel 11-deoxyprostaglandins; bicycles, tricycles and prostaglandin synthesis; chemical and biological studies on new prostanoids; and isolation and characterization of enzymes involved in prostaglandin biosynthesis. Structure activity relationships of prostaglandins and a biochemical background of caloric restriction therapy of obesity are also explained.