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NCJ Number: 118527 Find in a Library
Title: Cocaine: An Annotated Bibliography, Volume I, Citations, and Volume II, Author and Subject Index
Author(s): C E Turner; B S Urbanek; G M Wall; C W Waller
Date Published: 1988
Page Count: 1385
Sponsoring Agency: University Press of Mississippi
Jackson, MS 39211
Publication Number: ISBN 0-87805-382-4
Sale Source: University Press of Mississippi
3825 Ridgewood Road
Jackson, MS 39211
United States of America
Type: Bibliography
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: These two volumes present a bibliography of technical literature on cocaine, including 1,128 selected, non-annotated references representative of the literature from 1855 to 1949 and 4,055 annotated citations covering international scientific publications from 1950 through 1986.
Abstract: An introductory section provides a perspective on cocaine, including its history, forms, isolation and structural aspects, stereochemistry, metabolites and their detection, and constituents of coca. The bibliographic entries are arranged alphabetically by author. The author index and an extensive, cross-referenced subject index are contained in the second volume. The bibliography references more than 1,050 technical journals and is designed as a reference tool for researchers and others with an interest in drug abuse.
Main Term(s): Cocaine
Index Term(s): Drug abuse; Toxic reactions
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