Drug Toxicology

The primary scope of toxicological studies in the drug development process is to evaluate the safety of potential drugs. This is accomplished using relevant animal models and validated procedures. The ultimate goal is to translate the animal model responses into an understanding of the risk for the human subjects. The drug toxicology plays a very important role in assessing the safety of the drug.

 

Toxicology aims in designing a drug manufacturing process such that the person’s health who is consuming the drug is not compromised. For this purpose, relevant animal models are used to validate the testing procedures. After a drug has been tested on animal model, the next step is testing the risk of those drugs in humans.

 

  • Preclinical Drug Development
  • Preclinical Safety Assessment
  • Toxicological Testing
  • Predictive Toxicology
  • Drug Safety Biomarkers

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