Aryan Verma

Department of Biotechnology, RR Institute of Modern Technology, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

  • Review Article   
    A Critical Examination of Drug Discovery and its Complex Interplay with the Human Body: A Review
    Author(s): Nishchal Maurya, Aryan Verma*, Dheerendra Kumar* and Ayushi

    Drug design is the process of creating novel pharmaceuticals by comprehending a biological target, frequently with the use of bioinformatics and computer modelling techniques. Preclinical research, human clinical trials, and obtaining regulatory clearance for commercialization are all steps in the process. The creation of new drugs has been expedited by high-throughput screening techniques like Computer-Aided Drug Design (CADD). There are seven phases in the process: Preclinical trial testing, clinical trial testing, pharmacogenomic optimisation, lead compound discovery, lead optimisation, disease selection, and target selection. Clinical trials are FDA-regulated research projects in which participants assist in the exploration for answers to medical problems. Market access, therapeutic effect, monetary rewards, and scientific advancement are all possible outcomes .. View more»

    DOI: 10.35248/2161- 1459.24.14.401

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