1 edition of The properties and uses of drugs found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Henry H. Rusby, A. Richard Bliss, Jr., Charles W. Ballard|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 823 pages :|
|Number of Pages||823|
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The book includes an index of o drug synonyms and trade names with a crossâ€“reference to their main entry. This extraordinarily comprehensive view of trade names and generic synonyms makes Drugs: Synonyms and Properties one of the worldâ€²s most exhaustive references in its field. Drug use in pregnancy and lactation. The product information rarely contains useful information on drug use in pregnancy or lactation. 1 The Women’s Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Medicines Guide provides brief information on the safety of drug use in pregnancy by trimester, and in lactation. The print version was replaced by an online database.
Drug properties are an integral part of drug discovery. In the early phase of drug discovery, drug properties are used to select the “hits” that are suitable starting points for research on a new clinical candidate.
They serve to focus drug discovery efforts into chemical space that has a higher probability of PK and safety success. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rusby, Henry Hurd, Properties and uses of drugs.
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The physical properties of investigational molecules in drug discovery programmes have been the subjects of intense scrutiny, largely due to a propensity for the pursuit of examples where they are sub-optimal.
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