Experimental Pharmacology

Clinical & Experimental Pharmacology

Safe Therapy for Obesity and High Blood Pressure

Diseases like type 2 disease, cardiovascular disease, stroke and obesity are among the most threatening diseases in the current scenario. Researchers have currently put forward an idea of developing safe therapies against them.  Read more…

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Posted by Catherine - 25/04/2013 at 23:34

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Stroke Treatment gets New Targets

The study from the University of Georgia unveils the mechanism leading to the regeneration of blood vessels in brain.Candesartan , a very commonly prescribed medication for determination of specific growth factors, lowering blood pressure which are responsible for recovery from stroke. Read more…

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Posted by Anjali - 31/01/2013 at 04:39

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Unveiling a Blemish for Chronic Anxiety Disorder via Drug Testing

Pre clinical trials is an important stage in the field of drug development at which the medication and therapies are tested on the mice models in the laboratory. It is at this point scientists easily assess the side effects and its power before the drug Read more…

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Posted by Anjali - 28/01/2013 at 00:06

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Development of Drug using Positron Emission Tomography

Clinically, PET imaging technique is used to evaluate and monitor diseases. Radiolabelled molecules in human body can be traced by non invasive methods using PET Imaging technique, thus paving a new path in Drug research. Read more…

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Posted by Catherine - 24/01/2013 at 06:59

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Overdoses of Drugs Enhanced by Grapefruits Intake

High risk disease like cancer, high cholesterol and heart patients are being cured by the intake of medicines and to prevent it from life threatening negative effects, doctor’s advice to avoid the eating of grapefruits. Read more…

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Posted by Catherine - 12/12/2012 at 02:24

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Early Drug Test by Humanized Liver Mice

Scientists from Stanford University School of Medicine conducted a study using bioengineered mice that had maximum of liver cells to detect the early drug testing of clinical development for hepatitis C. Read more…

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Posted by Catherine - 21/11/2012 at 05:03

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