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Burger's Medicinal Chemistry & Drug Discovery

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Burger's Medicinal Chemistry & Drug Discovery is a frequently updated major reference work providing broad coverage of medicinal chemistry and drug discovery for medicinal chemists, biologists, pharmacologists and molecular biologists. Current global perspectives on drug design and development are included. The full-text of the encyclopedia is searchable and available for display and downloading. .

Sample Topics: Allosteric Effectors, Antiviral Agents, Bioinformatics, Blood Substitutes, Cardiac Drugs, Chemotheraputic Agents, Combinatorial Chemistry, COX Inhibitors, Gene Therapy, Genomics High-Throughput Pharmacology, High-Throughput Screening, Hormones, Proteomics, Statins, Virtual Screening

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Electronic edition updated as new chapters are written.

Print Counterpart

Burger's Medicinal Chemistry & Drug Discovery, 5th Ed.
Health Sciences Library - Book Collection 
Library has volume 1(1995) - volume 5 (1997) ONLY 

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