The Organic Chemistry Chemistry of Drug Synthesis (Volume-7)


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The first volume of The Organic Chemistry of Drug Synthesis was originally visualized as a single free-standing book that outlined the syntheses of most drugs that had been assigned non-proprietary names in 1975 at the time the book was written.Within a year or so of publication in 1977, it had become evident that a good many drugs had been overlooked. That and the encouraging reception of the original book led to the preparation of a second volume. That second book not only made up for the lacunae in the original volume but also covered additional new drug entities as well. With that second volume assignment of non-proprietary names by USAN became the criterion for inclusion. That book, published in 1980, thus included in addition all agents that had been granted USAN since 1976. What had been conceived as a single book at this point became a series. The roughly 200 new USAN coined every five years over the next few decades turned out to nicely fit a new volume in the series. This then dictated the frequency for issuing new compendia. After the most recent book in the series, Volume 6, was published in 1999, it became apparent that a real decline in the number of new drug entities assigned non-proprietary names had set in. The customary half-decade interval between books was apparently no longer appropriate.

Content:-
Preface
1. OPEN-CHAIN COMPOUNDS
2. ALICYCLIC COMPOUNDS
3. MONOCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS
4. CARBOCYCLIC COMPOUNDS FUSED TO A BENZENE RING
5. FIVE-MEMBERED HETEROCYCLES
6. SIX-MEMBERED HETEROCYCLES
7. FIVE-MEMBERED HETEROCYCLES FUSED TO ONE BENZENE RING
8. SIX-MEMBERED HETEROCYCLES FUSED TO ONE BENZENE RING
9. BICYCLIC FUSED HETEROCYCLES
10. POLYCYCLIC FUSED HETEROCYCLES
Subject Index
Cross Index of Biological Activity
Cumulative Index

Author Details
"DANIEL LEDNICER"




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