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PHARMACOINFORMATICS: Revolutionizing drug discovery research

 

 

 

   
 

 

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Books are great sources of knowledge. Whatever we say about the new technology developments like internet, books will remain the most trusted source of knowledge. Of course I do not ignore the fact that WWW provides us a rich medium for the future. That's why I collected some useful web resources here.

Here are some of the books I found useful, most of which I own.

 

  • Text Book of Drug Design and Discovery 3rd Ed (2002)
    Madsen et al
    Taylor and Francis

  • Molecular Modeling: Principles and Applications 2nd Edition
    Andrew R. Leach
    Prentice Hall

  • Chemical Application of Molecular Modeling
    J.M. Goodman
    Royal Society of Chemistry

  • Bioinformatics- From Genomes to Drugs (Vol I & II)
    Ed. by Thomas Lengauer
    Wiley-VCH

  • Dictionary of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
    Ed by Zvelebil and Hancock
    Wiley-Liss

  • Structural Bioinformatics
    Ed by Weissig and Bourne
    Wiley-Liss

  • Introduction to Protein Structure. (2nd Ed)
    C. Branden & J. Tooze
    Garland

  • An Introduction to Chemoinformatics
    A.R. Leach and V. J. Gillet
    Kluwer Academic Publishers

  • Chemoinformatics: A Text Book
    Ed by J. Gasteiger and T. Engel
    WILEY-VCH

  • Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics
    J. Pevsner.

  • Computational Molecular Biology: An Introduction
    Clote et al
    John Wiley & Sons Ltd

  • Bioinformatics for Geneticists
    Ed by Gray and Barnes
    Wiley

  • Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (8th Ed)
    B. G. Katzung
    Lange Medical Books/McGraw-Hill

  • Wilson and Gisvold’s Textbook of Oraganic Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry (10th Ed)
    Ed by J.N. Delgado and W.A. Remers
    Lippincott Williams & Wilkins


     

 

 

   
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