Encyclopedia of Molecular Pharmacology, 2nd Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 3540389180
  • ISBN-13: 9783540389187
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1505 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released June 2009
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Overview

Provides keyword entries that define common acronyms, terms and phrases. Also includes detailed essays that provide information on drugs, cellular processes, molecular targets, techniques, molecular mechanisms, and general principles.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Preface to the First Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
List of Contributors.
1: 14-3-3σ.
2: A Kinase Anchoring Proteins (AKAPs).
3: ABC Transporters.
4: Absence Epilepsy.
5: Absorption.
6: Abstinence Syndrome.
7: Acadesine.
8: ACE Inhibitors.
9: Acetylcholine.
10: Acetylcholinesterase.
11: Acetyltransferase.
12: N-Acetyltransferases.
13: α1-Acid Glycoprotein.
14: Acidosis.
15: ACPD.
16: ACTH.
17: Actin Binding Proteins.
18: Action Potential.
19: Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time.
20: Activator Protein-1.
21: Active Site.
22: Active Transport.
23: Active Transporters.
24: Activins.
25: Acute Phase Reactants.
26: Acyl-CoA.
27: Acyl-CoA Synthetase.
28: Adaptive Immunity.
29: Adaptor Proteins.
30: Addison's Disease.
31: Additive Interaction.
32: Adenosine.
33: Adenosine Receptors.
34: Adenylyl Cyclases.
35: ADH.
36: ADHD.
37: Adhesion Molecules.
38: Adipocyte.
39: Adipokines.
40: Adiponectin.
41: Adipose Tissue.
42: Adrenal Gland.
43: Adrenaline.
44: Adrenergic Receptor.
45: α-Adrenergic System.
46: β-Adrenergic System.
47: Adrenomedullin.
48: Adverse/Unwanted Reactions.
49: Affective Disorders.
50: Affinity.
51: Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
52: Agonist.
53: Agouti-related Protein (AgRP).
54: AIDS.
55: Airway Hyperresponsiveness.
56: Airway Surface Liquid.
57: AKAPs.
58: AKT.
59: Alcohol Dehydrogenase.
60: Aldehyde Dehydrogenase.
61: Aldosterone.
62: AIF4−.
63: Alkaloid.
64: Alkylating Agents.
65: Alkylation.
66: Allele.
67: Allergen.
68: Allergy.
69: Allodynia.
70: Alloimmunrty.
71: Allostatic State.
72: Allosteric Modulators.
73: Alternative Splicing.
74: Alzheimer's Disease.
75: Ames Test.
76: Amiloride.
77: Amiloride-sensitive Na+ Channel.
78: Aminopeptidase.
79: AMP-activated Protein Kinase.
80: AMPA Receptors.
81: Amphetamine.
82: Amphipathic.
83: Amyloid.
84: Aβ Amyloid.
85: Amyloid Precursor Protein.
86: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
87: Anabolic Steroids.
88: Analeptics.
89: Analgesics.
90: Analogous Proteins.
91: Anandamide.
92: Anaphase Promoting Complex (APC).
93: Anaphylactic Shock.
94: Andersen's Syndrome.
95: Androgen.
96: Anemia, Macrocytic Hyperchromic.
97: Angina Pectoris.
98: Angiogenesis and Vascular Morphogenesis.
99: Angioplasty.
100: Angiopoietins.
101: Angiotensin Converting Enzyme.
102: Angiotensin Converting Enzyme-2 (ACE2).
103: Angiotensin Receptors.
104: Anion Exchange Resin.
105: Ankyrin Repeat.
106: Annexins.
107: Anorexigenic.
108: Antacids.
109: Antagonist.
110: Anterograde Amnesia.
111: Anthelminthic Drugs.
112: Anthracyclins.
113: Antiarrhythmic Drugs.
114: Antiarrhythmic Drugs Class I.
115: Antiarrhythmic Drugs Class II.
116: Antiarrhythmic Drugs Class III.
117: Antiarrhythmic Drugs Class IV.
118: Antibiotic Resistance.
119: Antibiotics.
120: Antibodies.
121: Antibodies to Cyclic-citrullinated Peptides (Anti-CCPs).
122: Antibody-dependent Cellular Cytotoxicity (ADCC).
123: Anticoagulants.
124: Antidepressant Drugs.
125: Antidiabetic Drugs.
126: Antidiabetic Drugs other than Insulin.
127: Antidiarrhoeal Agents.
128: Antiepileptic Drugs.
129: Antiestrogen.
130: Antifungal Drugs.
131: Antigen.
132: Antigen Presentation.
133: Antigen-presenting Cells.
134: Antigen Receptors.
135: Anti-gout Drugs.
136: Antihistamines.
137: Antihypertensive Drugs.
138: Anti-integrins.
139: Antimetabolites.
140: Antimicrobial Agents.
141: Antimode.
142: Antineoplastic Agents.
143: Anti-obesity Drugs.
144: Antioncogene.
145: Antioxidants.
146: Antiparasitic Drugs.
147: Anti-Parkinson Drugs.
148: α-2 Antiplasmin.
149: Antiplatelet Drugs.
150: Antiprogestins.
151: Antiprotozoal Drugs.
152: Antipsychotic Drugs.
153: Antipyretic Agents.
154: Antirheumatoid Drugs.
155: Antisense Oligonucleotides.
156: Antithyroid Drugs.
157: Antitrypanosomal Drugs.
158: Antituberculosis Drugs.
159: Antitussive Drugs.
160: Antiviral Drugs.
161: Anxiety.
162: Anxiolytics.
163: APCs.
164: Apelins and The Apelin Receptor.
165: Apical Membrane.
166: Apolipoproteins.
167: Apoptosis.
168: Apoptotic Executioner Caspases.
169: Apoptotic Initiator Caspases.
170: Appetite.
171: Appetite Control.
172: Aptamers.
173: aPTT.
174: Aquaporins.
175: Aquaretic Agents.
176: Arachidonic Acid.
177: Area Postrema.
178: Area Under the Curve.
179: L-Arginine.
180: Aromatase.
181: Aromatase Inhibitor.
182: Arousal.
183: Array.
184: Arrestins.
185: Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy.
186: Arteriogenesis.
187: Arylhydrocarbon Receptor.
188: ASF Family of Transporters.
189: Asn-Linked Glycosylation.
190: ASON.
191: Aspartyl Proteinases.
192: Aspirin.
193: Astrocytes.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Preface to the First Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
List of Contributors.
1: 14-3-3σ.
2: A Kinase Anchoring Proteins (AKAPs).
3: ABC Transporters.
4: Absence Epilepsy.
5: Absorption.
6: Abstinence Syndrome.
7: Acadesine.
8: ACE Inhibitors.
9: Acetylcholine.
10: Acetylcholinesterase.
11: Acetyltransferase.
12: N-Acetyltransferases.
13: α1-Acid Glycoprotein.
14: Acidosis.
15: ACPD.
16: ACTH.
17: Actin Binding Proteins.
18: Action Potential.
19: Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time.
20: Activator Protein-1.
21: Active Site.
22: Active Transport.
23: Active Transporters.
24: Activins.
25: Acute Phase Reactants.
26: Acyl-CoA.
27: Acyl-CoA Synthetase.
28: Adaptive Immunity.
29: Adaptor Proteins.
30: Addison's Disease.
31: Additive Interaction.
32: Adenosine.
33: Adenosine Receptors.
34: Adenylyl Cyclases.
35: ADH.
36: ADHD.
37: Adhesion Molecules.
38: Adipocyte.
39: Adipokines.
40: Adiponectin.
41: Adipose Tissue.
42: Adrenal Gland.
43: Adrenaline.
44: Adrenergic Receptor.
45: α-Adrenergic System.
46: β-Adrenergic System.
47: Adrenomedullin.
48: Adverse/Unwanted Reactions.
49: Affective Disorders.
50: Affinity.
51: Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD).
52: Agonist.
53: Agouti-related Protein (AgRP).
54: AIDS.
55: Airway Hyperresponsiveness.
56: Airway Surface Liquid.
57: AKAPs.
58: AKT.
59: Alcohol Dehydrogenase.
60: Aldehyde Dehydrogenase.
61: Aldosterone.
62: AIF4−.
63: Alkaloid.
64: Alkylating Agents.
65: Alkylation.
66: Allele.
67: Allergen.
68: Allergy.
69: Allodynia.
70: Alloimmunrty.
71: Allostatic State.
72: Allosteric Modulators.
73: Alternative Splicing.
74: Alzheimer's Disease.
75: Ames Test.
76: Amiloride.
77: Amiloride-sensitive Na+ Channel.
78: Aminopeptidase.
79: AMP-activated Protein Kinase.
80: AMPA Receptors.
81: Amphetamine.
82: Amphipathic.
83: Amyloid.
84: Aβ Amyloid.
85: Amyloid Precursor Protein.
86: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
87: Anabolic Steroids.
88: Analeptics.
89: Analgesics.
90: Analogous Proteins.
91: Anandamide.
92: Anaphase Promoting Complex (APC).
93: Anaphylactic Shock.
94: Andersen's Syndrome.
95: Androgen.
96: Anemia, Macrocytic Hyperchromic.
97: Angina Pectoris.
98: Angiogenesis and Vascular Morphogenesis.
99: Angioplasty.
100: Angiopoietins.
101: Angiotensin Converting Enzyme.
102: Angiotensin Converting Enzyme-2 (ACE2).
103: Angiotensin Receptors.
104: Anion Exchange Resin.
105: Ankyrin Repeat.
106: Annexins.
107: Anorexigenic.
108: Antacids.
109: Antagonist.
110: Anterograde Amnesia.
111: Anthelminthic Drugs.
112: Anthracyclins.
113: Antiarrhythmic Drugs.
114: Antiarrhythmic Drugs Class I.
115: Antiarrhythmic Drugs Class II.
116: Antiarrhythmic Drugs Class III.
117: Antiarrhythmic Drugs Class IV.
118: Antibiotic Resistance.
119: Antibiotics.
120: Antibodies.
121: Antibodies to Cyclic-citrullinated Peptides (Anti-CCPs).
122: Antibody-dependent Cellular Cytotoxicity (ADCC).
123: Anticoagulants.
124: Antidepressant Drugs.
125: Antidiabetic Drugs.
126: Antidiabetic Drugs other than Insulin.
127: Antidiarrhoeal Agents.
128: Antiepileptic Drugs.
129: Antiestrogen.
130: Antifungal Drugs.
131: Antigen.
132: Antigen Presentation.
133: Antigen-presenting Cells.
134: Antigen Receptors.
135: Anti-gout Drugs.
136: Antihistamines.
137: Antihypertensive Drugs.
138: Anti-integrins.
139: Antimetabolites.
140: Antimicrobial Agents.
141: Antimode.
142: Antineoplastic Agents.
143: Anti-obesity Drugs.
144: Antioncogene.
145: Antioxidants.
146: Antiparasitic Drugs.
147: Anti-Parkinson Drugs.
148: α-2 Antiplasmin.
149: Antiplatelet Drugs.
150: Antiprogestins.
151: Antiprotozoal Drugs.
152: Antipsychotic Drugs.
153: Antipyretic Agents.
154: Antirheumatoid Drugs.
155: Antisense Oligonucleotides.
156: Antithyroid Drugs.
157: Antitrypanosomal Drugs.
158: Antituberculosis Drugs.
159: Antitussive Drugs.
160: Antiviral Drugs.
161: Anxiety.
162: Anxiolytics.
163: APCs.
164: Apelins and The Apelin Receptor.
165: Apical Membrane.
166: Apolipoproteins.
167: Apoptosis.
168: Apoptotic Executioner Caspases.
169: Apoptotic Initiator Caspases.
170: Appetite.
171: Appetite Control.
172: Aptamers.
173: aPTT.
174: Aquaporins.
175: Aquaretic Agents.
176: Arachidonic Acid.
177: Area Postrema.
178: Area Under the Curve.
179: L-Arginine.
180: Aromatase.
181: Aromatase Inhibitor.
182: Arousal.
183: Array.
184: Arrestins.
185: Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy.
186: Arteriogenesis.
187: Arylhydrocarbon Receptor.
188: ASF Family of Transporters.
189: Asn-Linked Glycosylation.
190: ASON.
191: Aspartyl Proteinases.
192: Aspirin.
193: Astrocytes.