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Medicinal Chemistry

Medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry is the part of medical science that interact with chemistry and used for synthesis different types of drugs by organic and biochemical reactions. In this part of learning chemistry, we discuss different topics for synthesis, effects, and doses of different types of drugs.

Enzymes function on substrate and examples of catalysis reaction

Enzymes

What are enzymes? Enzymes are the biological catalyst or proteins which are produced in living organisms and speed up the chemical reactions in living cells....
Structure and examples of amino acids that contain amino and carboxyl groups in their side chain

Amino Acids

What are amino acids? Amino acids are types of organic compounds that contain amino and carboxyl groups in their side chain are essential for the...
Structure of heme unit or group in hemoglobin and function of red blood cells or RBCs

Hemoglobin

What is hemoglobin? Hemoglobin or Hb is the iron-containing metalloprotein present on the red blood cells (RBCs) that is responsible for transporting oxygen in our...
Cyclophosphamide structural formula, dose, and Side effects

Cyclophosphamide

What is cyclophosphamide? Cyclophosphamide (CP) or cytophosphane is one of the most useful antineoplastic agents used in medicinal chemistry to the treatment of cancer and...