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    Guan-Hua Du.
    Summary: This book discusses 120 types of natural, small-molecule drugs derived from plants. They are grouped into 7 parts according their clinical uses, such as drugs for cardiovascular diseases, for metabolic diseases, for neuropsychiatric diseases, for immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, anti-tumor drugs, and drugs for parasites and bacterial infection. Each chapter systematically summarizes one drug, including its physicochemical properties, sources, pharmacological effects and clinical applications. To help readers understand the drug better, the research and pharmacological activity for each drug is also described, which serves as a salutary lesson for future drug development. Written by frontline researchers, teachers and clinicians working in field of pharmacy and pharmacology it provides an overview of natural, small-molecule drugs derived from plants for researchers in the field.

    Contents:
    Intro; Preface; Natural Medicines Are a Kind of Important Substances for Prevention and Treatment of Human Diseases; Natural Medicine Is the Foundation of Modern Pharmacy; Natural Small-Molecule Drugs Derived from Minerals; Natural Small-Molecule Drugs Derived from Microorganisms; Natural Small-Molecule Drugs Derived from Animals; Natural Small-Molecule Drugs Derived from Plants; The Research and Development of Natural Small-Molecule Drugs Embraces the Wisdom of Humans; Small-Molecule Drugs Derived from Plants Are the Representatives of Natural Medicines; Features and Instructions of the Book Part I: Natural Small-Molecule Drugs for the Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases; Overview; Ajmaline; Properties; Dosage Form and Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Anisodamine; Properties; Derivatives; Dosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Caffeic Acid; Properties; Dosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Cyclovirobuxine; Properties; Derivatives Dosage FormsIndications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Daidzein; Properties; Dosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Daphnetin; Properties; Dosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Dicoumarin; Properties; Dosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Digoxin; Properties; Derivatives; Dosage Forms; Indications; Digitoxin PropertiesDosage Forms; Indications; Lanatoside C; Properties; Dosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Dioscin; Properties; Dosage Forms and Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Discussion; References; Diosmin; Properties; Dosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology [4-6]; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Divasidum; Properties; Dosage Forms and Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Ferulic Acid PropertiesDosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Hesperidin; Properties; Dosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Ligustrazine; Properties; Dosage Forms; Indication; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Lovastatin; Properties; Derivatives; Dosage Forms; Indications; Literature; History of R Pharmacology; Clinical Application; Discussion; References; Metformin; Properties
    Digital Access Springer 2018