|Author||: Klara Valko|
|Release Date||: 2000-10-13|
|ISBN 10||: 9780080541099|
|Pages||: 612 pages|
Separation Methods in Drug Synthesis and Purification
|Author||: Klara Valko|
|Release Date||: 2020-06-19|
|ISBN 10||: 0444640711|
|Pages||: 788 pages|
Separation Methods in Drug Synthesis and Purification, Second Edition, Volume Eight, provides an updated on the analytical techniques used in drug synthesis and purification. Unlike other books on either separation science or drug synthesis, this volume combines the two to explain the basic principles and comparisons of each separation technique. New sections to this volume include enantiomer separation using capillary electrophoresis (CE) and capillary electro- chromatography, the computer simulation of chromatographic separation for accelerating method development, the application of chromatography and capillary electrophoresis used as surrogates for biological processes, and new developments in the established techniques of chromatography and preparative methods. Features descriptions and applications of all separation methods used in the pharmaceutical industry Written by the leading scientists in their respective fields, providing solutions for a wide range of industrial separation problems encountered within the pharmaceutical industry Thoroughly updated with brand new separation science techniques and the latest developments in the established techniques of chromatography
This reference examines innovations in separation science for improved sensitivity and cost-efficiency, increased speed, higher sample throughput and lower solvent consumption in the assessment, evaluation, and validation of emerging drug compounds. It investigates breakthroughs in sample pretreatment, HPLC, mass spectrometry, capillary electrophor
|Author||: Mike S. Lee|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2005-09-02|
|ISBN 10||: 0471721026|
|Pages||: 576 pages|
New strategies and techniques for today's fast-paced discoveryprocess Today, the pressure is on for high-throughput approaches toaccelerate the generation, identification, and optimization ofmolecules with desirable drug properties. As traditional methods ofanalysis become antiquated, new analytical strategies andtechniques are necessary to meet sample throughput requirements andmanpower constraints. Among them, mass spectrometry has grown to bea front-line tool throughout drug discovery. Integrated Strategies for Drug Discovery Using Mass Spectrometryprovides a thorough review of current analytical approaches,industry practices, and strategies in drug discovery. The topicsrepresent current industry benchmarks in specific drug discoveryactivities that deal with proteomics, biomarker discovery,metabonomic approaches for toxicity screening, lead identification,compound libraries, quantitative bioanalytical support,biotransformation, reactive metabolite characterization, leadoptimization, pharmaceutical property profiling, sample preparationstrategies, and automation. THIS BOOK: * Clearly explains how drug discovery and mass spectrometry areinterconnected * Discusses the uses and limitations of various types of massspectrometry in various aspects of drug discovery * Prominently features analytical applications that requiretrace-mixture analysis * Provides industry applications and real-world examples * Shares historical background information on various techniques toaid in the understanding of how and why new methods are now beingemployed to analyze samples
|Author||: E. N. Pistikopoulos,M. C. Georgiadis,A. C. Kokossis|
|Release Date||: 2011-05-26|
|ISBN 10||: 044453895X|
|Pages||: 2029 pages|
The European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering (ESCAPE) series presents the latest innovations and achievements of leading professionals from the industrial and academic communities. The ESCAPE series serves as a forum for engineers, scientists, researchers, managers and students to present and discuss progress being made in the area of Computer Aided Process Engineering (CAPE). European industries large and small are bringing innovations into our lives, whether in the form of new technologies to address environmental problems, new products to make our homes more comfortable and energy efficient or new therapies to improve the health and well-being of European citizens. Moreover, the European Industry needs to undertake research and technological initiatives in response to humanity's "Grand Challenges", described in the declaration of Lund, namely, Global Warming, Tightening Supplies of Energy, Water and Food, Ageing Societies, Public Health, Pandemics and Security. Thus, the Technical Theme of ESCAPE 21 will be "Process Systems Approaches for Addressing Grand Challenges in Energy, Environment, Health, Bioprocessing & Nanotechnologies".
|Author||: National Research Council,Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences,National Materials Advisory Board,Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems,Committee on Industrial Technology Assessments,Panel on Separation Technology for Industrial Reuse and Recycling|
|Publisher||: National Academies Press|
|Release Date||: 1999-02-08|
|ISBN 10||: 0309063779|
|Pages||: 128 pages|
Separation processesâ€"or processes that use physical, chemical, or electrical forces to isolate or concentrate selected constituents of a mixtureâ€"are essential to the chemical, petroleum refining, and materials processing industries. In this volume, an expert panel reviews the separation process needs of seven industries and identifies technologies that hold promise for meeting these needs, as well as key technologies that could enable separations. In addition, the book recommends criteria for the selection of separations research projects for the Department of Energy's Office of Industrial Technology.
This book is unique in covering the present status and future potential of natural products in drug discovery. It provides readers with recent information regarding the impact on drug discovery, development and strategies, technical and automation aspects, and methods based on biochemistry as well as molecular biology, highlighting compounds from natural sources. Special emphasis is placed on the various strategies to gain access to natural compounds and combinatorial approaches by making use of both synthetic and biological methods.
Many times drugs work fine when tested outside the body, but when they are tested in the body they fail. One of the major reasons a drug fails is that it cannot be absorb by the body in a way to have the effect it was intended to have. Permeability, Solubility, Dissolution, and Charged State of Ionizable Molecules: Helps drug discovery professionals to eliminate poorly absorbable molecules early in the drug discovery process, which can save drug companies millions of dollars. Extensive tabulations, in appendix format, of properties and structures of about 200 standard drug molecules.
|Author||: Jack Rosenfeld|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2009-02-12|
|ISBN 10||: 1405148039|
|Pages||: 240 pages|
Linking “standard” but often mutually incompatible analytical techniques – so called hyphenation – generally leads to enhanced analytical performance, so hyphenated techniques are widely used in areas where samples are presented in complex matrices, eg environmental, pharmaceutical and biochemical analysis. With these hyphenated techniques, sample preparation is often the most time-consuming step in analysis, particularly where compounds are present in low concentration, and it has a huge influence on the quality of the analytical results. Sample preparation is still not given the importance it deserves, however. The purpose of this book is to demonstrate the sample preparation chemistry that has enabled the present sensitivity, specificity and high throughput available across a range of hyphenated analytical techniques, and to illustrate the successful utilization of existing sample preparation methodologies in various analytical applications. It identifies the problems in biology, environmental science and pharmaceutical chemistry that require new ideas in chemistry and provides considered opinion on those newer techniques that may address these problems. By dealing with wider issues than is generally found in review papers, this book will provide analytical chemists with insights that are not available by searching the literature for papers on a specific topic.
|Author||: Satinder Ahuja|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2011-03-31|
|ISBN 10||: 9781118097755|
|Pages||: 400 pages|
Discusses chiral separations and offers guidance for selectingthe optimum method for desired results Chiral separations represent the most intriguing and, by somemeasures, most difficultseparations of chemical compounds. Thisbook provides researchers and students an under-standing of chiralseparations and offers a convenient route to selecting the bestseparation method, saving considerable time and cost in productdevelopment. Considering chiral separations in the biotechnological andpharmaceutical industries, as well as for food applications, Dr.Ahuja provides insights into a broad range of topics. Opening witha broad overview of chiral separations, regulatory considerationsin drug product development, and basic issues in methoddevelopment, the book: Covers a variety of modern methods such as gas chromatography,high performance liquid chromatography, supercritical fluidchromatography, and capillary electrophoresis Deals with the impact of chirality on the biological activity ofsmall and large molecules Provides detailed information on useful chiral stationary phases(CSPs) for HPLC Includes handy information on selection of an appropriate CSP,including mechanistic studies Offers strategies for fast method development with HPLC, SFC,and CE Discusses preparatory methods utilized in the pharmaceuticalindustry With in-depth discussions of the current state of the field aswell as suggestions to assist future developments, ChiralSeparation Methods for Pharmaceutical and BiotechnologicalProducts is an essential text for laboratory investigators,managers, and regulators who are involved in chiral separations inthe pharmaceutical industry, as well as students preparing forcareers in these fields.
The octanol-water partition coefficient is a laboratory-measured property of a substance. It provides a thermodynamic measure of the tendency of the substance to prefer a non-aqueous or oily milieu rather than water (i.e. its hydrophilic/lipophilic balance). Partition coefficients are used extensively in medicinal chemistry, drug design, ecotoxicology and environmental chemistry. The partition coefficient is recognized by governmental and international agencies (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, OECD) as a physical property of organic pollutants equal in importance to vapour pressure, water solubility and toxicity. Octanol-Water Partition Coefficients is a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the thermodynamics of partitioning and of the octanol-water pair. In addition, all current methods of measurement are reviewed, strengths and weaknesses are noted and recommendations for particular applications are given. Current methods of calculation of partition coefficients are similarly surveyed and described. Five of the most popular computerized methods are tested for predictive accuracy for drugs, pollutants, aminoacids, etc. The book will be of interest not only to solution chemists, but to any chemists who use partition coefficients. It provides a thorough understanding of the fundamentals and offers clear guidance on the choice of methods of measurement and calculation. Contents: Introduction, Thermodynamics and Extrathermodynamics of Partitioning, Experimental Methods of Measurement, Discussion of Measurement Methods, Methods of Calculating Partitioning Coefficients, Discussion of LogKow Predictive Methods The Wiley Series in Solution Chemistry fills the increasing need to present authoritative, comprehensive and fully up-to-date accounts of the many aspects of solution chemistry. Internationally recognized experts from research or teaching institutions in various countries are invited to contribute to the series.
|Author||: Adam Peter Schellinger|
|Release Date||: 2006|
|Pages||: 574 pages|
Provides chemists with an in-depth account of chromatographic phenomena and a detailed reference guide to the various choices in optimizing chromatographic separations of enantiomers. Clarifies how thin-layer chromatography differs from, but can be used as a pilot procedure for, high-performance liq
|Publisher||: Academic Press|
|Release Date||: 2011-11-14|
|ISBN 10||: 0123914639|
|Pages||: 648 pages|
This volume explores some of the most exciting recent advances in basic research on nanoparticles in translational science and medicine and how this knowledge is leading to advances in the various fields. This series provides a forum for discussion of new discoveries, approaches, and ideas Contributions from leading scholars and industry experts Reference guide for researchers involved in molecular biology and related fields
Divided into the three main sections of synthesis, analysis and drug development, this handbook covers all stages of the drug development process, including large-scale synthesis and purification of chirally pure pharmaceuticals. The two editors from academia and a major pharmaceutical company have assembled an experienced, international team who provide first-hand practical advice and report previously unpublished data. In the first section, the isolation of chiral drugs from natural sources, their production in enzymatic processes and the resolution of racemic mixtures in preparative chromatography are outlined in separate chapters. For the section on qualitative and quantitative analysis, enantioselective chromatographic methods are presented as well as optical methods and CE-MS, while the final section deals with the pharmacology, pharmacokinetics and metabolic aspects of chiral drugs, devoting whole chapters to stereoselective drug binding and modeling chiral drug-receptor interactions. With its unique industry-relevant aspects, this is a must for medicinal and pharmaceutical chemists.
The first edition of Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry was published in 1990 and very well received. Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry II is much more than a simple updating of the contents of the first edition. Completely revised and expanded, this new edition has been refocused to reflect the significant developments and changes over the past decade in genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, combinatorial chemistry, high-throughput screening and pharmacology, and more. The content comprises the most up-to-date, authoritative and comprehensive reference text on contemporary medicinal chemistry and drug research, covering major therapeutic classes and targets, research strategy and organisation, high-throughput technologies, computer-assisted design, ADME and selected case histories. It is this coverage of the strategy, technologies, principles and applications of medicinal chemistry in a single work that will make Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry II a unique work of reference and a single point of entry to the literature for pharmaceutical and biotechnology scientists of all disciplines and for many industry executives as well.Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry II will be available online in 2007 via the proven platform ScienceDirect providing the user with enhanced features such as cross-referencing and dynamic linking. * Comprehensively reviews - for the first time in one single work - the strategies, technologies, principles and applications of modern medicinal chemistry * Provides a global and current perspective of today's drug discovery process and discusses the major therapeutic classes and targets * Includes a unique collection of case studies and personal assays reviewing the discovery and development of key drugs
Presents both the fundamental concepts and the most recent applications in solid-phase organic synthesis With its emphasis on basic concepts, Solid-Phase Organic Synthesis guides readers through all the steps needed to design and perform successful solid-phase organic syntheses. The authors focus on the fundamentals of heterogeneous supports in the synthesis of organic molecules, explaining the use of a solid material to facilitate organic synthesis. This comprehensive text not only presents the fundamentals, but also reviews the most recent research findings and applications, offering readers everything needed to conduct their own state-of-the-art science experiments. Featuring chapters written by leading researchers in the field, Solid-Phase Organic Synthesis is divided into two parts: Part One, Concepts and Strategies, discusses the linker groups used to attach the synthesis substrate to the solid support, colorimetric tests to identify the presence of functional groups, combinatorial synthesis, and diversity-oriented synthesis. Readers will discover how solid-phase synthesis is currently used to facilitate the discovery of new molecular functionality. The final chapter discusses how using a support can change or increase reaction selectivity. Part Two, Applications, presents examples of the solid-phase synthesis of various classes of organic molecules. Chapters explore general asymmetric synthesis on a support, strategies for heterocyclic synthesis, and synthesis of radioactive organic molecules, dyes, dendrimers, and oligosaccharides. Each chapter ends with a set of conclusions that underscore the key concepts and methods. References in each chapter enable readers to investigate any topic in greater depth. With its presentation of basic concepts as well as recent findings and applications, Solid-Phase Organic Synthesis is the ideal starting point for students and researchers in organic, medicinal, and combinatorial chemistry who want to take full advantage of current solid-phase synthesis techniques.