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Serum Pharmacochemistry of Traditional Chinese Medicine : Technologies, Strategies and Applications

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Serum Pharmacochemistry of Traditional Chinese Medicine: Technologies, Strategies and Applications provides a valuable and indispensable guide on the latest methods, research advances, and applications in this area. Chapters offer cutting-edge information on pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, analytical chemistry, traditional medicine, natural products, bioinformatics, new technologies, therapeutic applications, and more.

For researchers and students in academia and industry, this book provides a hands-on description of experimental techniques, along with beneficial guidelines to help advance research in the fields of Traditional Chinese Medicine and drug development.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 378 pages
  • 191 x 235 x 19.81mm | 820g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 012811147X
  • 9780128111475

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Traditional Chinese Medicine: Current State, Challenges, and Applications

Chapter 2. Serum Pharmacochemistry of Traditional Chinese Medicine: Historical Development and Strategies

Chapter 3. Integrated Serum Pharmacochemistry of TCM and Metabolomics Strategies for Innovative Drug Discovery

Chapter 4. UPLC/MS and Its Potential in Traditional Chinese Medicine Development

Chapter 5. Analytical Characterization of Yin-Chen-Hao-Tang by Serum Pharmacochemistry of TCM

Chapter 6. Pharmacokinetic Strategy for Screening the Effective Components From YCHT

Chapter 7. Synergism Effects of Active Ingredients From YCHT

Chapter 8. Serum Pharmacochemistry of TCM for Screening the Active Ingredients From Wen-Xin Formulae

Chapter 9. Characterization and Pharmacokinetic Study of Multiple Constituents From Shengmai San

Chapter 10. Multivariate Data Processing Tools to Screen the Active Ingredients From Kai-Xin-San

Chapter 11. Serum Pharmacochemistry of TCM for Determining the Active Ingredients of Shuanghuanglian Formulae

Chapter 12. Pharmacokinetic-Pharmacodynamic Study of Zhi Zhu Wan

Chapter 13. Identification of the Absorbed Components of Shaoyao-Gancao Decoction

Chapter 14. Rapid Analysis of Multiple Constituents of Suanzaoren Decoction by UPLC-MS

Chapter 15. UPLC-MS Analysis of the Chemical Constituents of Liuwei Dihuang Wan

Chapter 16. Multivariate Data Analysis for Rapid Identification of Chemical Constituents of Simiao Wan

Chapter 17. Time-Course Study of Multicomponents After Oral Administration of Stemonae Radix

Chapter 18. Global Characterization of Chemical Constituents of Phellodendri amurensis Cortex

Chapter 19. Comparative Analysis of Chemical Constituents of Phellodendri amurensis Cortex and Zhibai Dihuang Pill

Chapter 20. UPLC-MS Determining the Active Ingredients of Herbal Fructus Corni In Vivo

Chapter 21. Serum Pharmacochemistry of TCM Screening the Bioactive Components From Moutan Cortex

Chapter 22. Rapid Analysis of Constituents and Metabolites From Extracts of Acanthopanax senticosus Harms Leaf

Chapter 23. Systematic Characterization of the Absorbed Components of Acanthopanax senticosus Stem

Chapter 24. Identification of the Absorbed Constituents of Schisandra Lignans by Serum Pharmacochemistry of TCM
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About Aihua Zhang

Xijun Wang, PhD, is a Professor of Pharmacology of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Vice President at Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine in China. Dr. Wang has published more than 150 papers in peer-reviewed journals, received the National Science and Technology Progress Award and National Technological Invention Award and holds 20 patents. His research focuses on serum Pharmacochemistry of Traditional Chinese Medicines. By integrating metabolomics with serum Pharmacochemistry of TCM Dr. Wang has developed and established the theory and research methods of Chinmedomics, whereby the clinical efficacy of TCM formulae can be measured and analyzed.
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