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Chemotherapeutic Targets in Parasites by Mansour, Tag E.
Chemotherapeutic Targets in Parasites: Contemporary Strategies
by Mansour, Tag E.
 
Chemotherapeutic Targets in Parasites analyzes the critical metabolic reactions and structural features essential for parasite survival, and advocates the latest molecular strategies with which to identify effective antiparasitic agents. An introduction to the early development of parasite chemotherapy is followed by an overview of biophysical techniques and genomic and proteomic analysis. Several chapters are devoted to specific types of chemotherapeutic agents and their targets. There are sections discussing helminths; including metabolic, neuromuscular, microtubular and tegumental targets. The design of more selective and less toxic drugs is emphasized throughout.
 
Published 20050822 by Cambridge, Paperback, 244 Pages, ISBN: 9780521018364, ISBN-10: 0521018366, List Price $69.99.

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