Enzymes as Drug Targets

Enzymes acts as target for drugs for desired therapeutic effect which are called as biological targets A biological target is present within a biological organism to which an endogenous  ligand or a drug is attached and/or binds which results change in its behavior or function and  biological target are mostly  involved in the pharmaceutical research and development of drug to describe the native protein in the body where its activity is modified by a drug resulting in a specific effect, which may be a significant  therapeutic effect or an unwanted adverse effects. Thus, the biological target is often referring as a drug target

  • Safety evaluation of ocular drugs
  • Enzymology for cancer cells
  • Drug desiging using enzymes
  • Drug development using enzymes
  • Drug modelling
  • Drug targeting
  • Protein hydrophobization

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