Edited By: Ronald Borchardt, Roger Freidinger, Tomi Sawyer and Philip Smith
This volume provides case histories illustrating the types of interdisciplinary interactions necessary to design drug candidates with optimal pharmacological, pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and metabolic/pharmacokinetic properties. Key features include an incisive discussion of HIV protease inhibitors and 287 illustrations.
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