Rational Drug Design
Rational drug design is a process in which new medications are found based on the knowledge of biological target site. It involves designing of smaller molecules that are complementary in shape and are charged to the the targeted site. Istead of following tradiotional methods of drug discovery, which more often rely on trial and error methods od testing chemicals, rational drug design involves modulation of a specific biological target that have a therapeutic value.
- Track 1-1 Drugs and its Constituents
- Track 2-2 Fatty acids and metabolism
- Track 3-3 Structural Drug Design and its Discovery