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Nature has been providing products that have implications as pharmacological agents. There is even a traditional belief that all the plants grown on this planet have some or other therapeutic/physiological attributes. Natural products isolated in original form are often not fit for their use in human or animal medicine. Sometimes they don’t have the required potency and sometimes desired level of biological activity. But, the activities of natural products can be optimized to a desired level by subjecting them to some simpler and logical modifications for their probable use. Recent years have experienced a resurgence of natural products for drug discovery in favor of synthetic drugs. Therefore, it is high time to focus on the world of natural products and find ways, which may be the synthetic modifications of the existing molecules or finding the new molecules to have new drugs which are far more potent and safer to use. The active natural molecules can also serve as starting point for the target based studies and consequently lead to development of new therapeutic agents.
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Title Comprehensive Bioactive Natural Products Vol 7 : Structural Modifications & Drug Development Table of Content Synthetic and Clinical Status of Marine Derived Anticancer Peptides+ (India), Microwave-assisted Non-conventional Esterification of Polysaccharides (Slovakia), Structural Modifications of Parthenin: A Sesquiterpene Lactone of Biological Potential (India), Prospects for the Development of Polyphenolic Acetate as the Potential Drug Candidate: A Review (India), Mining Bioactive Conformations: A Novel Methodology for Computing Predictive 3D-QSAR Models (USA), Synthesis and Structure - Activity Relationships of Some Taxoids as Multidrug Resistance Modulator in MDR Cancer Cells (Japan), Antioxidant and Neuroprotective Effects of Synthetic Curcumin Analogues and Natural Phenolics (China), Action of Plant Proteinase Inhibitors Using Biological Models (India), Plant Hormone Conjugates (Poland), Biological Prospective of Pinitol and its Structurally Modified Products (India), Drug Sensitivity of Curcumin Analogues and Bioconjugates (India), Structural Based Drug Design of Estrogen Receptor Beta Selective Ligands (India) Page No. 335 Author's Name V. K. Gupta, S.C. Taneja and B.D.Gupta Publisher Studium Press LLC Year Of Publication 2010 ISBN 10 1-933699-57-4 ISBN 13 No About The Book No Binding type No Book Size(len) No Series No book size(hei) 9.7 Book size width 6.5 Edition 1st
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