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by Moses Lee,D.P. Arya,T. Brown,M. Daneshtalab,J.T. Gupton,H. Jr. Holt,R.P. Kamalesh Babu,M. Lee,B.E. Love,S.N. Maiti,R. Shan
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  • Author:
    Moses Lee,D.P. Arya,T. Brown,M. Daneshtalab,J.T. Gupton,H. Jr. Holt,R.P. Kamalesh Babu,M. Lee,B.E. Love,S.N. Maiti,R. Shan
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    3540309829
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    Springer; 2006 edition (June 30, 2006)
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    252 pages
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With contributions by D. P. Arya · T. Brown · M. Daneshtalab · J. T. Gupton H. Holt Jr.

Heterocyclic Antitumor Antibiotics.

Heterocyclic Antitumor Antibiotics Hardcover – 22 May 2006. Arya (Contributor), T. Brown (Contributor), M. Daneshtalab (Contributor), . Gupton (Contributor), H. (Contributor), . Kamalesh Babu (Contributor), M. Lee (Contributor), . Love (Contributor), . Maiti (Contributor) & 7 more. Heterocyclic antitumor antibiotics represent a broad class of natural products that are of widespread interest.

This book teaches the fundamentals of heterocyclic reactivity and synthesis in a way that is understandable to undergraduate chemistry students.

Автор: Moses Lee; . This book teaches the fundamentals of heterocyclic reactivity and synthesis in a way that is understandable to undergraduate chemistry students.

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Heterocyclic chemistry is an ever-expanding subject where scientists regularly discover new and exciting applications for heterocyclic compounds. Shorter papers, usually classified as notes, are acceptable. Complete spectral characterization of all new compounds reported,.

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Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry. Heterocyclic Antitumor Antibiotics. Heterocyclic antitumor antibiotics represent a broad class of natural products that are of widespread interes. .

Brown, H. Holt J. M. Lee: Synthesis of Biologically Active Heterocyclic Stilbene and Chalcone Analogs of Combretastatin. Gupton: Pyrrole Natural Products with Antitumor Properties. Brian E. Love: Synthesis of Carbolines Possessing Antitumor Activity. Arya: Diazo and Diazonium DNA Cleavage Agents: Studies on Model Systems and Natural Product Mechanisms of Action. Daneshtalab: Novel Synthetic Antibacterial Agents. Kamalesh Babu, R. Shan: Overcoming Bacterial Resistance: Role of ß-Lactamase Inhibitors. Given that the few classes of clinically significant antibiotics are all small molecules, this book focuses on the molecular structures and characteristics of both natural and synthetic antibacterial agents.

The series "Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry" will present critical reviews on "Heterocyclic Compounds" within topic related volumes dealing with all aspects such as synthesis, reaction mechanisms, structure complexity, properties, reactivity, stability, fundamental and theoretical studies, biology, biomedical studies, pharmacological aspects, applications in material sciences etc. Metabolism will be also included which will provide information useful in designing pharmacologically active agents. Pathways involving destruction of heterocyclic ring will also be dealt with so that synthesis of specifically functionalized non-heterocyclic molecules can be designed. Overall scope is to cover topics dealing with most of the areas of current trends in heterocyclic chemistry which will suit to a larger heterocyclic community.