Drug design and development
Drug design is the process of creating new medications based on knowledge of a biological target. The drug typically consists of a tiny, organic substance that either enhances or inhibits the function of a biomolecule, such as a protein, to benefit the patient medically. Chemicals that are complementary in form and charge to the target molecule with which compounds interact and bind are created as part of the drug design process. Drug development for biotech products is a challenge for finding fresh leads. It focuses on the phytochemical analysis, pharmacological investigation, and description of bioactive compounds derived from the environment.
- Track 1-1 Computer aided drug designing
- Track 2-2 Pharmacophore
- Track 3-3 Modelling of Bioactive compounds
- Track 4-4 Structure and target prediction
- Track 5-5 Clinical research and regulation