PRECLINICAL RESEARCH

PRECLINICAL RESEARCH

The hunt for new drugs can be divided into two stages: discovery and development. Drug discovery includes generating a hypothesis of the target receptor for a particular disorder and screening the in vitro and/or in vivo biological activities of the new drug candidates. Drug development involves the assessment of efficacy and toxicity of the new drug candidates.

To aid in a discovery program, accurate data on pharmacokinetics and metabolism must be available as early as possible as it eventually contributes to the final success or failure of the compound.

Bioanalysis

In Vitro ADME

Chemical Stability

Safety and Toxicology

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