Drug targets and Drug Delivery

The expression "biological target" is mostly used as a part of pharmaceutical research to depict the native protein in the body whose movement is modified by a drug resulting in a particular impact, which might be an alluring therapeutic impact or an undesirable antagonistic impact. In this specific circumstance, the biological target is usually referred to as a Drug target. Distinguishing the biological origin of a disease, and the potential focuses for intervention, is the initial phase in the discovery of a drug utilizing the reverse pharmacology approach. Various diverse target discovery approaches have been recognized, for example, drug affinity responsive target stability (DARTS).

  • Drug Interactions
  • Ligand Based Drug Design
  • Scoring functions
  • Structure Based Drug Design
  • Virtual Screening and Drug Design
  • Protein crystallography in drug discovery
  • Molecular modeling in drug design
  • Cancer drug design and discovery
  • Drug design strategies
  • Transformative concepts for drug design

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