Drug Target

Medication target or biological target is anything inside a living being to which some other element (like an endogenous ligand or a drug) is coordinated as well as ties, bringing about an adjustment in its conduct or capacity. Cases of basic classes of organic targets are biological macromolecules, for example, proteins and nucleic acids. Receptors are the target sites for the binding of drugs. Therapeutic output of a specific medication depends on drug receptor binding capacity.

  • Cell Signalling and Impacts
  • Drug Target Identification
  • Conversation Ecology
  • Therapeutic Targets Database
  • Reverse Pharmacology
  • G-Protein Coupled Receptors
  • Ion Channels

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