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OPGAVER I FARMAKOLOGIMed Opgavekompendium i farmakologi kan den studerende tilegne sig færdigheder inden for farmakokinetisk og farmakodynamisk beregning og beskrivelse.Kompendiet er overskueligt opbygget med i alt 69 forståelses- og regneopgaver, hvor den studerende kan teste sin viden om 1-kompartmentkinetik, 2-kompartmentkinetik, renal farmakokinetik og farmakodynamik. Der er udførlige og pædagogiske svar til alle opgaver, således at det er muligt at kontrollere egne beregninger efter. Endvidere findes en formelsamling, der indeholder alle formler, som er relevante for at løse de enkelte opgaver.Opgavesamlingen er primært rettet mod medicinstuderende på alle landets universiteter, idet opgavernes niveau er afstemt med, hvad der kan forventes til eksamen i basal farmakologi. Kompendiet kan også anvendes af studerende inden for f.eks. molekylær medicin, odontologi, farmaci og lignende studieretninger, der tilbyder kurser i basal farmakologi.Bogen er skrevet af Peter Carøe Lind, Kim Brøsen, Ulf Simonsen og Jesper Krogh Lauridsen.
Microbial Enzymes in Production of Functional Foods And Nutraceuticals is a valuable reference that discusses green technologies like enzyme technologies, to meet the ever-growing demand of nutraceuticals and functional foods.
Human brain made up of billions of neurons; communicate with each other through chemical messengers which are referred to as neuroactive substances. These neuroactive substances include neurotransmitters, neuromodulators, neurohormones and neuromodulators.
This book covers various aspects of cancer chemoprevention including overview of chemoprevention in the process of tumorigenesis, and role of various phytochemicals, functional foods, and dietary interventions in disease prevention, and techniques such as cancer stem cell targeting, nano-formulations, and so forth.
This Book entitled "Natural HDAC Inhibitors for Epigenetic Combating of Cancer Progression" deals only with HDAC inhibitors from natural origin including bacteria, fungi, marine organisms and notably from diverse plant sources.
This book encompasses the fundamental concepts of Nanochemistry that involve the self-assemblage of nanostructures, surface stabilization, and functionalization of nanoparticles.
This handbook is designed to provide readers with an unprecedented strategy approach to mechanism-guided process development, helping process chemists and students in industrial chemistry develop chemical processes efficiently. The latest edition addresses common process issues such as safety, cost, robustness, and environmental impact.
Wild plants signify a vital health and economic constituent of biodiversity. In recent years, research interest on wild plants has increased. This book contains valuable information on wild plants and their ethnopharmacological properties.
In this book we present recent studies that have been carried out on some widely used medicinal plants. The need for new and alternative treatments stem from the lack of efficiency of existing remedies for certain illnesses. We have compiled information that may be useful to researchers in their quest to develop new drugs.
This book highlights the advances in drug discovery and delivery and the need for emerging technologies. The text describes new micro and nanofabrication techniques, including methods like electrohydrodynamic processes, additive manufacturing, and microfluidics, which have potential to produce drug delivery systems that were not possible before.
This book is an attempt to unveil the hidden potential of the enormous amount of health information and technology. This book is written with the intent to uncover the stakes and possibilities involved in realizing personalized health-care services through efficient and effective deep learning algorithms.
The demand for herbal medicines has threatened many species. Current information on the conservation, ecology and pharmacognosy of medicinal plants is limited. This book critically examines and reviews the current status of these aspects and includes several case studies of representative plants.
This book discusses the utilization of nano-based formulations for control of viral agents. Antiviral potential of green synthesized silver, chitosan nanoparticles encapsulating curcumin, photoinduced antiviral carbon nanohorns, and role of carbon-based materials like fullerenes &carbon nanotubes in repression of viral antigens are explained.
Pharmaceutical manufacturers and upper management are encouraged to meet the challenges of the science-based and risk-based approaches to cleaning validation. Using some of the principles and practices in this Volume will help in designing a more effective and efficient cleaning validation program.
Focuses on small molecules as active pharmacological agents, their pharmacotherapeutically active properties, new approaches in drug discovery using small molecules, and biopharmaceutic approaches for low molecular weight ligands.
An in-depth look at the pharmacological applications of 11 antidiabetic plants, examining antihyperglycemic, hypoglycemic, anti-lipidemic properties, and current genome editing research perspectives. Each chapter reviews a particular plant, explaining the therapeutic aspects and genome editing technology.
This book concerns use of real world data (RWD) and real world evidence (RWE) to aid drug development across product cycle. RWD are healthcare data that are collected outside the constraints of conventual controlled randomized trials (CRTs); whereas RWE is the knowledge derived from aggregation and analysis of RWD.
This book highlights application of nanomaterials for drug delivery, therapy, and engineering. It covers stimuli-sensitive drug delivery systems including an overview of the physical, chemical, biological, and nano systems. It also presents clinical status for different types of nanoplatforms and assesses novel applications of nanomaterials.
A disease is defined as rare if the prevalence is fewer than 200,000 in the United States. It is estimated that there are more than 7,000 rare diseases, which collectively affect 30 million Americans. This diverse and complex disease area poses challenges for patients, caregivers, regulators, drug developers and other stakeholders.
A new generation of technological vaccines protect against many infectious diseases. This book describes synthetic peptide-based vaccine prototypes ¿ the future of vaccination. The book illustrates the use of peptides vaccine systems and makes predictions of future development.
This book explores the development of novel marine biosurfactants. The book also covers the utilization of marine surfactants for biological, biomedical, and environmental applications