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Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Sciences – An Integrated Approach

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Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Sciences – An Integrated Approach is an introductory book that provides a simple, integrated, and coherent overview of pharmaceutical science concepts for the beginner or nonspecialist. Pharmaceutical scientists in drug discovery and development must have a broad understanding of the field as they participate in interdisciplinary project teams. The target audiences are first-year pharmacy students, junior-level science undergraduates, and other scientists new to the pharmaceutical field. For a pharmacy student, an understanding of the basic concepts in this book will be followed by courses in pharmacology, pharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, and medicinal chemistry. For graduate students,…

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Aulton’s Pharmaceutics: the Design and Manufacture of Medicines

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This is the fourth edition of Pharmaceutics: The Design and Manufafcture of Medicines; the first edition was published in 1988, the second in 2002 and the third in 2007. The pedigree o the book is, however, actually much older. It was originally known as Tutorial Pharmacy and was initially edited by John Cooper and Colin Gunn, and later by Sidney Carter. For this edition, Professor Aulton has been joined by Professor Kevin Taylor of UCL School of Pharmacy, London. What’s New in this 4th Edition? The structure and…

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