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This quantity features a number of topical chapters that advertise interdisciplinary techniques to organic structures, concentrating on basic and proper connections among chemistry and lifestyles. integrated are reports and experiments in addition to invited lectures and notes by way of well-known leaders on a wide selection of issues in biology and biochemistry. by way of describing the complementary nature of chemistry and biology, the publication provides the organic strategies in specific chemical phrases, supplying a desirable investigate the rising box of chemical biology.

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TCMID: Traditional Chinese Medicine integrative database for herb molecular mechanism analysis. Nucl. Acid. Res. 2013, 41, D1089–D1095. 23. ; Chen, Y. ; HIT: linking herbal active ingredients to targets. Nucl. Acid. Res. 2011, 39, D1055–D1059. 24. ; and Wei, D. ; Exploring the Ligand-Protein networks in traditional Chinese medicine: Current databases, methods, and applications. eCAM. 2013, 15 p. © 2015 by Apple Academic Press, Inc. CHAPTER 2 TREATING FUNGAL DERMATOPHYTIC INFECTIONS M. SHARANYA1 and R.

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