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REVERSE PHARMACOLOGY: A NEW APPROACH TO DRUG DEVELOPMENT

@article{Saxena2015REVERSEPA,
  title={REVERSE PHARMACOLOGY: A NEW APPROACH TO DRUG DEVELOPMENT},
  author={Anju Saxena},
  journal={International journal of sciences},
  year={2015}
}
  • A. Saxena
  • Published 1 March 2015
  • Biology, Chemistry
  • International journal of sciences
The pharmaceutical sector has traditionally been a vibrant, innovation-driven and highly successful component of global industry. A confluence of spectacular advances in chemistry, molecular biology, genomics and chemical technology and the cognate fields of spectroscopy, chromatography and crystallography led to the discovery and development of numerous novel therapeutic agents for the treatment of a wide spectrum of diseases. To facilitate this process, scientists launched a significant and… 

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