This new volume, Promising Drug Molecules of Natural Origin, explores potential beneficial drug substances derived from nature.
It presents the general principles, characteristics, evaluation techniques, and applications involved in drug molecules from
natural sources, such as plants and marine life. With chapters from renowned experts from around the world, the chapters in
this volume address the challenges of standardization of herbal medicines, methods of characterization of natural medicines
and phyto-constituents, and quality control methods for herbal medicines. Several chapters in the book focus on the evolution
of phyto-constituents in cancer therapeutics, while others deal with applications for other diseases, such as diabetes and
neuroinflammatory disorders. The volume also specifically reviews heterocyclic drugs from plants.
will be a valuable resource for faculty and advanced students in pharmaceutics as well as researchers, scientists, and industry
professionals in medicine and drug development.