910 /Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol. 74, No. 8,August 1985 Multiple Dopamine Receptors. By Milton Titeler. Marcel Dekker, Inc., 270 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016. 1983. 173 + xi pp. 15 x 22 cm. ISBN 0-8247-1735-X. $34.50. A current trend among scientific publishing is for the majority of scientific books to be compendia of chapters by specialists writing about their area of expertise. A book by a sole author has become increasingly rare as scientific specialization has become more and more common. Therefore, the arrival of a single author book on a topic of current interest is a relatively rare event in todayâs academic environment. Titelerâs volume, Multiple Dopamine Receptors, is such a volume; its appearance is, therefore, a matter of some interest. The present volume attempts to introduce the topics of receptor binding studies, in general, and dopamine receptors, in particular, to an interested but naive reader. The topics are developed from âthe ground upâ: the basics of enzyme kinetics and receptor binding assays are presented in some detail. This basic material is adequate. An interesting feature of this book is its use of many of the original figures from the literature to demonstrate the points
Journal of Pharmaceutical Science – Wiley
Published: Aug 1, 1985
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