From Artemisia Annua L. To Artemisinins: The Discovery And Development Of Artemisinins And…

Hardcover | July 1, 2017

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From Artemisia annua L. to Artemisinins: The Discovery and Development of Artemisinins and Antimalarial Agents is the first book that systematically introduces the origin and development of artemisinine and artemisinine-based drugs. It includes four distinct sections, including Artemisia annua L., Artemisinin, Dihydroartemisinin, and other artemisinin derivatives. Tu Youyou, the chief inventor of artemisinin, together with other members from the research team, have written a book that will be a valuable reference work for both researchers involved in the medical industry and scholars who are interested in undertaking innovative research. Presents a full view of artemisinin, not only its origin and development, but also chemical structure, chemical properties, extracting mode, derivatives, chromogenic reaction, general pharmacological, and toxicology. Provides many aspects of artemisinin-based drugs Incudes lots of experimental data, such as the X-ray crystallography result-the first application reported in China in determining the absolute molecular configuration utilizing the scattering effects of oxygen atoms by X-ray diffraction technique

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From Artemisia annua L. to Artemisinins: The Discovery and Development of Artemisinins and Antimalarial Agents is the first book that systematically introduces the origin and development of artemisinine and artemisinine-based drugs. It includes four distinct sections, including Artemisia annua L., Artemisinin, Dihydroartemisinin, and o...

Tu Youyou (`\fTfT, born 30 December 1930) is a Chinese pharmaceutical chemist and educator. She is best known for discovering artemisinin (also known as Qinghaosu) and dihydroartemisinin, used to treatmalaria, which saved millions of lives. Her discovery of artemisinin and its treatment of malaria is regarded as a significant breakthro...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:462 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:July 1, 2017Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0128116552

ISBN - 13:9780128116555

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Part I:ArtemisiaannuaL. 1. Traditional Chinese medicine's view onArtemisia annuaL. and its anti-malarial activity 2. Analysis ofArtemisia annuaL. and other commercial artemisia species 3. Anti-malarial studies ofArtemisia annuaL. 4. Advances in chemical components studies inArtemisia annuaL. (update) 5. Analysis and quality control ofArtemisia annuaL. 6. Pharmacological activities ofArtemisia annuaL. beyond antimalarial 7. Metabolic engineering studies ofArtemisia annuaL.(update) 8. Cultivation and breeding ofArtemisia annuaL. (update)

Part II: Artemisinin 1. Introduction of artemisinin 2. Chemical structure and properties of artemisinin 3. Quantitative analysis of artemisinin(update) 4. Extraction of artemisinin fromArtemisia annuaL. 5. Synthesis of artemisinin 6. Pharmacological activities of artemisinin 7. Toxicological studies of artemisinin 8. Clinical studies of artemisinin

Part III: Dihydroartemisinin 1. Introduction of dihydroartemisinin 2. Preparation and structural identification of dihydroartemisinin 3. Quantitative analysis and quality standards of dihydroartemisinin 4. Pharmacological activities of dihydroartemisinin 5. Toxicological studies of dihydroartemisinin 6. Clinical studies of dihydroartemisinin

Part IV: Other artemisinin derivatives 1. Other artemisinin derivatives 2. Advances in anti-malarial activity of artemisinins 3. Advances in artemisinin derivatives and structurally related compounds 4. Advances in pharmacological activities of artemisinin derivatives beyond anti-malarial