Cancer drug targets

Cancer drug targets are the drugs that target cancer causing cells by preventing the cells to grow and develop. Many new anti- neoplastic agents are developed in the process of targeting malignant cells in the body.

Drug target as a nucleic acid or a protein (e.g. an enzyme, a receptor) whose activity can be modified by a drug. The drug can be a small-molecular-weight chemical compound or a biological, such as an antibody or a recombinant protein.

The drug target should have been shown to be effective/mechanistically involved in the disease by relevant in vitro or in vivo models. Cancer drug targets alter the metabolism of cancer causing cells by inhibiting the spread of the disease.

 

Related Journals of Cancer drug targets

Journal of Developing DrugsDrug Designing: Open AccessInternational Publisher of Science, Technology and Medicine, Infectious Disorders - Drug Targets, Inflammation and Allergy - Drug Targets, Cardiovascular and Hematological Disorders - Drug Targets, Current Cancer Drug Targets, Current Drug Targets.

 

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