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Animal poisons as a bioresource for new drugs
More than 200,000 animal species produce poison to defend themselves against predators or to kill their prey. These poisons are usually complex mixtures of different toxins that have been functionally optimized over the course of evolution. For this reason, animal poisons are also a valuable ...
The emerging imperative of Translational Science in the development of new drugs
Most managers of pharmaceutical R&D define “translational science” as the translation of science to clinical practice by using novel means of analysis, allowing one to make inferences about the performance of a drug candidate much earlier than traditionally organized research would allow.
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