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New Look to Phytomedicine: Advancements in Herbal Products as Novel Drug Leads

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New Look to Phytomedicine: Advancements in Herbal Products as Novel Drug Leads
BOOK DOWNLOAD

New Look to Phytomedicine: Advancements in Herbal Products as Novel Drug Leads

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by Ahmad Khan, Mohd Sajjad (Editor), Iqbal Ahmad (Editor), Debprasad Chattopadhyay (Editor)

New Look to Phytomedicine: Advancements in Herbal Products as Novel Drug Leads is a compilation of in-depth information on the phytopharmaceuticals used in modern medicine for the cure and management of difficult-to-treat and challenging diseases. Readers will find cutting-edge knowledge on the use of plant products with scientific validation, along with updates on advanced herbal medicine in pharmacokinetics and drug delivery. This authoritative book is a comprehensive collection of research based, scientific validations of bioactivities of plant products, such as anti-infective, anti-diabetic, anti-cancer, immune-modulatory and metabolic disorders presented by experts from across the globe.

Step-by-step information is presented on chemistry, bioactivity and the functional aspects of biologically active compounds. In addition, the pharmacognosy of plant products with mechanistic descriptions of their actions, including pathogenicity is updated with information on the use of nanotechnology and molecular tools in relation to herbal drug research.

  • Compiles up-to-date information on the chemotherapeutics used in the treatment of infective and metabolic disorders
  • Presents advancements in the discovery of new drugs from plants using molecular and nanotechnology tools
  • Examines detailed information on the use of herbals agents in cancer, HIV and other ailments, including diabetes, malaria and neurological disorders
Year:
2019
Pages:
677
Language:
English
Format:
PDF
Size:
17 MB
Publisher:
Academic Press
ISBN-10:
128146192
ISBN-13:
978-0128146194
ASIN:
B07JYCK5S5
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New Look to Phytomedicine: Advancements in Herbal Products as Novel Drug Leads