Organic and Medicinal Chemistry Technologies for Drug Discovery

The role of organic chemistry in the pharmaceutical development of novel drug molecules continues to be one of the key drivers in the process of drug discovery and new drug targets. However, the precise nature of that role played by organic chemistry is undergoing a visible change, not only because of the new synthetic methods and but also by the technologies now available to the synthetic chemist as well as the medicinal chemist, but also in numerous key areas, particularly in drug metabolism and chemical toxicology. Medicinal chemists around the world deal with more rapid turnaround of testing the data of molecules that influences their day-to-day decisions.

Meet leading Medicinal Chemists, Drug Discovery Scientists, Organic Chemists, Pharma Experts, Pharmacologists, Toxicologists at Medicinal Chemistry ConferencesPrague Medicinal Chemistry ConferencesPharmaceutical Technology Conferences, Europe, USA, UK, China Japan Medicinal Chemistry Conferences held during April 01-02, Prague, Czech Republic

Today, medicinal chemistry is still closely tied with natural-product synthesis, given that the pharmaceutical chemist’s essential aim is the invention of a new natural-product mimic capable of interacting with biological systems in a perfectly bespoke, safe manner.  Total synthesis plays a key role in cases where the supply of target compounds cannot be guaranteed from natural sources; this is exemplified by the anti-cancer drug candidate discodermolide, which was originally isolated from a deep-sea sponge source1 and ultimately synthesized on a pilot-plant scale.

Meet leading Medicinal Chemists, Drug Discovery Scientists, Organic Chemists, Pharma Experts, Pharmacologists, Toxicologists at Medicinal Chemistry ConferencesPrague Medicinal Chemistry ConferencesPharmaceutical Technology Conferences, Europe, USA, UK, China Japan Medicinal Chemistry Conferences held during April 01-02, Prague, Czech Republic

  • Virtual Screening
  • Target Structure-Based Design
  • QSAR (Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship)
  • Fragment-Based Drug Design

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