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Broad-Spectrum Antiviral Drugs for Coronaviruses

Broad-Spectrum Antiviral Drugs for Coronaviruses (From Potential Antiviral Agents for Coronavirus-es: Compounds, Herbal Products, and Drug Targets) Broad-spectrum antiviral drugs may lower the vulnerability of public health systems to the coronavirus pandemic. Broad-spectrum antiviral drugs are needed to Combat the … Continue reading

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Translational Medicine and Drug Discovery

Recent development in translational medicine provides a connection between basic scientific studies and clinical practice. Such an initiative may support the patient-centered objectives in both research and clinical environments. It may also improve the drug discovery procedure by allowing for … Continue reading

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Systems Biology Approaches and Drug Design

The reductionist way of “one gene-one disease-one drug” has made it difficult for the discovery of more effective drugs.  In addition to conventional phenotypic and drug target screens, new methodologies may improve the drug design process, including ligand- and structure-based … Continue reading

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Genetic Networks and Biomarkers

The post-genomic research based on large cohorts of preclinical studies have produced multi-dimensional genetic and transcriptomic data sets. The revelation of the molecular pathways and cellular networks associated with various diseases may promote the systems biology studies of the onset … Continue reading

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Systems Biology and Companion Diagnostics

The development in high-throughput (HTP) technologies and computational biology may help define the next generation of biomarkers. By providing an integrative viewpoint, systems biology may improve the understanding of the complexity in biological systems. The assemblage of interacting molecular elements … Continue reading

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Network Interactions, Interactomes, and Drug Discovery

Because genes and proteins are functioning in complex networks and interactions, one molecule may influence other cellular elements in a broad range. These interactions can be studied in “interactomes”, a term referring to the protein-protein interaction networks (Chautard et al., … Continue reading

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Systems Biology and Drug Screening

Conventional drug design mostly uses the ligand and structure-based approaches (Prathipati and Mizuguchi, 2015). With the advancement in functional genomics and the availability of high-throughput (HTP) data, information on interactive molecular networks can be used to analyze the efficacy and … Continue reading

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Systems biology approaches for the pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) modeling in drug discovery and development

Systems biology-enabled computational modeling can be useful in almost every step of drug discovery and development, including drug target identification and clinical outcome analysis. Various modeling strategies can be used at different stages. For example, during the basic scientific research … Continue reading

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Systems biology and “omics” technologies for better drug discovery and outcome studies in cancer treatment

The multiple platforms using the “omics” technologies and the integration of systems biology approaches including both experimental and computational methods would support both drug target discovery and clinical outcome studies, especially in cancer treatment. For instance, immunotherapies have become an … Continue reading

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