• Synthesis Of Medicinal Agents From Plants

Synthesis Of Medicinal Agents From Plants

Synthesis Of Medicinal Agents From Plants

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  • Author
    Ashish Tewari
  • Publisher
    Elsevier
  • Publication date
    17 April 2018

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Synthesis Of Medicinal Agents From Plants

  • Author

    Ashish Tewari

  • Date Published

    17 April 2018

  • Publisher

    Elsevier

  • Pages

    368 pages

  • ISBN

    9780081022740

Book Description

Synthesis of Medicinal Agents from Plants highlights the importance of synthesizing medicinal agents from plants and outlines methods for performing it effectively. Beginning with an introduction to the significance of medicinal plants, the book goes on to provide a historical overview of drug synthesis before exploring how this can be used to successfully replicate and adapt the active agents from natural sources. Chapters then explore the medicinal properties of a number of important plants, before concluding with a discussion of the future of drugs from medicinal plants. Illustrated with real-world examples, it is a practical resource for researchers in this field.

In an age of rapid environmental destruction, hundreds of medicinal plants are at risk of extinction from overexploitation and deforestation, limiting the natural resources available for active agent extraction, thereby threatening the discovery of future cures for diseases. Simultaneously, with the increasing population and advances in medical sciences, the demand for drugs is continuously increasing and cannot be met with just plants. The ability to synthetically replicate the active compounds from these plants is essential in creating an ecologically-aware, sustainable future for drug design

  • Includes detailed coverage of therapeutic compound synthesis
  • Uses multiple real-world examples to support content
  • Lays out a sustainable template for the future of developing active agents from natural products

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