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Current Medicinal Chemistry covers all the latest and outstanding developments in medicinal chemistry and rational drug design. Each issue contains a series of timely in-depth reviews written by leaders in the field covering a range of the current topics in medicinal chemistry. Current Medicinal Chemistry is an essential journal for every medicinal chemist who wishes to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest and most important developments.

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

Volume 19, Number 33, November 2012

Articles

Neuropathological Alterations in Cocaine Abuse
pp. 5597-5600(4)
Author: Buttner, A.

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Contribution of Oxidative Metabolism to Cocaine-Induced Liver and Kidney Damage
pp. 5601-5606(6)
Authors: Valente, M.J.; Carvalho, F.; Bastos, M.d.L.; de Pinho, P.G.; Carvalho, M.

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Interstitial Lung Damage Due to Cocaine Abuse: Pathogenesis, Pharmacogenomics and Therapy
pp. 5607-5611(5)
Authors: Drent, M.; Wijnen, P.; Bast, A.

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Diagnosis and Consequences of Cocaine Addiction
pp. 5612-5618(7)
Authors: Karila, L.; Petit, A.; Lowenstein, W.; Reynaud, M.

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Role of Oxidative Stress in Cocaine-Induced Cardiotoxicity and Cocaine-Related Death
pp. 5619-5623(5)
Authors: Cerretani, D.; Fineschi, V.; Bello, S.; Riezzo, I.; Turillazzi, E.; Neri, M.

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Side Effects of Cocaine Abuse: Multiorgan Toxicity and Pathological Consequences
pp. 5624-5646(23)
Authors: Riezzo, I.; Fiore, C.; De Carlo, D.; Pascale, N.; Neri, M.; Turillazzi, E.; Fineschi, V.

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Data Available on the Extent of Cocaine Use and Dependence: Biochemistry, Pharmacologic Effects and Global Burden of Disease of Cocaine Abusers
pp. 5647-5657(11)
Authors: Pomara, C.; Cassano, T.; D'Errico, S.; Bello, S.; Romano, A.D.; Riezzo, I.; Serviddio, G.

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Toxicokinetics of Cocaine and Metabolites: The Forensic Toxicological Approach
pp. 5658-5663(6)
Authors: Bortolotti, F.; Gottardo, R.; Pascali, J.; Tagliaro, F.

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Cardiovascular Effects of Cocaine: Cellular, Ionic and Molecular Mechanisms
pp. 5664-5676(13)
Authors: Turillazzi, E.; Bello, S.; Neri, M.; Pomara, C.; Riezzo, I.; Fineschi, V.

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Cocaine Toxicity and Hepatic Oxidative Stress
pp. 5677-5682(6)
Author: Vitcheva, V.

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Medicinal Chemistry of Drugs with Active Metabolites (N-, O-, and S-desalkylation and Some Specific Oxidative Alterations)
pp. 5683-5704(22)
Authors: Ram, N.; Kalasz, H.; Adeghate, E.; Darvas, F.; Hashemi, F.; Tekes, K.

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Natural Product MDM2 Inhibitors: Anticancer Activity and Mechanisms of Action
pp. 5705-5725(21)
Authors: Qin, J.-J.; Nag, S.; Voruganti, S.; Wang, W.; Zhang, R.

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Chemistry and Pharmacology of Imexon and Related Cyanoaziridines
pp. 5745-5753(9)
Authors: Remers, W.A.; Dorr, R.T.

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Hepatocyte-Targeted Delivery Using pH-Sensitive Liposomes Loaded with Lactosylnorcantharidin Phospholipid Complex: Preparation, Characterization, and Therapeutic Evaluation In Vivo and In Vitro
pp. 5754-5763(10)
Authors: Qiao-ling, Z.; Yi, Z.; Min, G.; Di-jia, Y.; Xiao-feng, Z.; Yang, L.; Jing-yu, X.; Ying, W.; Zong-lin, G.; Kong-lang, X.; Ai-jun, Z.; Wei-liang, C.; Lin-sen, S.; Xue-nong, Z.; Qiang, Z.

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