This series provides an unprecedented comprehensive overview of the pharmacological activity of medicinal plants in more than 100 Asian plants. It discusses their actions against viruses and bacteria representing a threat of epidemic and pandemic diseases, with an emphasis on the molecular basis and cellular pathways. Scientific names, botanical classifications and descriptions, medicinal uses and chemical constituents are presented, as well as chemical structures, and a vast selection of bibliographical references. This series is a critical reference for anyone involved in the discovery of leads for the treatment of pandemic viral and bacterial infections.
By Christophe Wiart
May 27, 2021
Medicinal Plants in the Asia Pacific for Zoonotic Pandemics provides an unprecedented, comprehensive overview of the phylogeny, botany, ethnopharmacology, and pharmacology of more than 100 plants used in the traditional medical systems of Asia and Pacific. It discusses their actions and potentials ...