Category - Non-Clinical Studies

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Good Practice – GxP

GxP is an abbreviation for generic good practice, which refers to the series of laws, regulations, and guidance that govern various areas of the research, development, testing, manufacturing, and...

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General toxicity studies

Non-clinical toxicity studies investigate the safety profile of a medicine. Candidate compounds must undergo many different toxicity studies before they are first administered in clinical trials or receive marketing...

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Key principles of pharmacology

Pharmacology is the study of how a medicine works, how the body responds to it, and the changes that occur over time. There are two key areas of pharmacology:...

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Animal models

The animal models used in non-clinical trials are carefully selected, taking various factors into consideration.

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Translational medicine

Translational medicine, a rapidly growing, multi-disciplinary approach in biomedical research, converts promising laboratory discoveries into clinical applications.

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Discovery and development of medicines

Once a target receptor molecule or an enzyme has been identified, scientists begin to look for potential compounds that will interact with the target to correct disease-related activity.These molecules...

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