Pharmaceutical analysis is one of the major disciplines in pharmacy. Even though several books are available for this subject, we have explained various topics in a simple and lucid way according to the academic needs of pharmacy students, so that students can easily understand the topics and can reproduce in examination maximum effort has been done to present the subject clearly and precisely. We are confident that students of pharmacy will be greatly benefited from this textbook.
Medicinal chemistry has seen enormous growth in the past decade. A huge amount of information is available regarding medicinal chemistry. With Almighty’s grace, the authors feel great pleasure in presenting the “Textbook of Medicinal Chemistry-II” before the readers. Many topics have incorporated with the aim of meeting the needs and interests of graduate and postgraduate pharmacy course according to syllabi of various Indian Universities.
The subject of pharmaceutical engineering has been associated with the basis of pharmacy and gives theoretical principles which can be applied in the formulation development of any dosage form. The major objective of writing this book is to present the information in a lucid, condensed and cohesive form, to cater specifically to the needs of undergraduate and graduate students of pharmacy.
The subject pharmaceutical technology-I has been associated with the basis of pharmacy and gives theoretical principles of various topics like semisolid dosage forms, Extraction and galenical products, liquid dosage forms, pharmaceutical Aerosols, Ophthalmic products, and Blood products & plasma substitutes which can be applied in the formulation development of about dosage forms.
The book is a concise review of the pharmaceutically important aspects of microbiology and biotechnology. It covers both the basic and pharmaceutical aspects of bacteriology, immunology, and molecular biology, industrial microbiology, etc. The major objective of writing this book is to present the information in a lucid, condensed and cohesive form, to cater to the needs of undergraduate and graduates students of pharmacy and life science.