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DRUG CHEMISTRY 2021
With immense pleasure we honour all the participants across the World to attend the Webinar of “22nd World Conference on Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Drug Design” going to be held on September 21, 2021.
Honoured speakers submit their abstracts of presentation and receive free publication of accepted abstract in the conference proceeding Open Access Journals.
The Title, subject content of 250-300 words, speaker full name, academic degree(s), University/institution name, address, email, contact number, and recent pass photograph in a word document. You will be notified of all future updates from us concerning the status of your Submitted Abstract.
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Why to Join the Webinar?
DRUG CHEMISTRY 2021 is an international platform for exploring research works, advanced practices, researches on various divisions of Pharmaceutical and Drug developments, Novel trends and strategies in Pharma technology, Drug delivery techniques, Recent innovations in Pharma Medicinal Chemistry. Experts discussions on medication of certain diseases and multidisciplinary interventions to promote health and wellness across various populations. This virtual meet summons all the academicians and specialists with a wide spectrum of disciplines from all over the World under a single roof where investigators across the globe can gather, debate, learn and succeed in new scientific innovations and technology in the field of pharmaceutics and drug chemistry.
Benefits of Registering
Global Participants can be:
This event is open-ended to all with an academic or professional interest in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Drug research.
- Pharmaceutical Researchers
- Lab Technicians
- Chemists & Druggists
- Nobel laureates
- Academicians (Professors, Deans, Directors)
- Pharmaceutical Associations and Societies
- Young Researchers and Students
- Graduates and Post Graduates in Pharmaceutics
- PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Medical Coding Developers
- Pharmaceutical Industry Professionals (CEOs, MDs, Directors)
- Government healthcare departments, HTA’s and drug regulators
- Genomics and personalized medicine experts.
Track 1: COVID-19 Drug Research
SARS-CoV-2 has been set apart as an exceptionally pathogenic virus of COVID-19 sickness, causing over huge millions of cases and deaths still recording around the world. In spite of the fact that there are no particular antiviral treatments that have demonstrated viability in randomized clinical preliminaries. The worldwide foundations and pharmaceuticals have started to parse out compelling immunizations for the counteraction of COVID-19.
- Solidarity- Clinical trial
- Veklury (Remdesivir)
- REGEN-COV (Casirivimab and Imdevimab)
- Bamlanivimab and Etesevimab
- Generic Drug Applications
Track 2: Drug Design
Drug design, typically cited as rational drug design or a lot of merely rational design, is that the inventive process of finding new medications supported the data of a biological target. The drug is most ordinarily associate an organic small molecule that activates or inhibits the function of a biomolecule like protein that successively ends up in a therapeutic benefit to the patient. Within the most elementary sense, drug design involves the design of small molecules that are complementary in shape and charge to the bimolecular target with which they interact and therefore will bind to it. Drug design of times however not essentially depends on computer modeling techniques.
Track 3: Stereochemistry
Stereochemistry is that the study of how molecules are affected by the approach their atoms are organized in space. Its conjointly referred as 3D chemistry because the word stereo means three dimensional. By using stereochemistry, chemists can work out the relationships in the midst of different molecules that are created up from the same atoms. A crucial branch of stereochemistry is that the study of chiral molecules. Stereochemistry extent the whole spectrum of organic, inorganic, biological, physical and peculiarly supramolecular chemistry.
Track 4: Protein Biochemistry
Protein Biochemistry a scientific field devoted to the study of proteins, complex chains of amino acids that conjure the building blocks of all living organisms. Proteins are accountable for everything from the physical structure of an organism to the activities of the nervous system, creating them of critical interest to individuals operating working in the biosciences. Proteins contrast from each other in the main in their succession of amino acids, that is directed by the nucleotide grouping of their qualities, and which usually results in protein collapsing into a specific three-dimensional structure that decides its action.
Track 5: Antibody Drug Therapy
Treatment that uses antibodies to help the body fight cancer, infection, or different diseases. Antibodies are proteins created by the immune system that bind to specific markers on cells or tissues. Monoclonal antibodies are a type of antibody created within the laboratory that can be used in diagnosis or treatment. In cancer treatment, monoclonal antibodies may kill cancer cells directly, they may block development of tumor blood vessels, or they may help the immune system kill cancer cells. Several doses of the monoclonal antibody drugs that treat gentle to moderate COVID-19 are sitting unused around the country. There are logistical problems with providing these drugs and skepticism over whether they work or not work. However two major health systems have had good success in deploying these medications, and they are reporting hopeful results.
Molecular modeling has become a valuable and essential tool to healthful chemists within the drug design process. Molecular modeling illustrates the generation, manipulation or representation of three-dimensional structures of molecules and associated physico-chemical properties. It involves a variety of computerized techniques supported on theoretical chemistry methods and experimental data to predict molecular and biological properties. Based on the context and the rigor, the topic is commonly referred to as ‘molecular graphics’, ‘molecular visualizations’, ‘computational chemistry’, or ‘computational quantum chemistry’. Drug design is a creative act of the a similar magnitude as composing, sculpting, or writing. Whereas modelling software continues to mature, very little new has evolved in terms of hardware.
Track 7: Pharma Medicinal Chemistry
Medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry are disciplines at the intersection of chemistry, especially synthetic organic chemistry, and pharmacology and varied alternative biological specialties, wherever they're involved with design, chemical synthesis and development for market of pharmaceutical agents, or bio-active molecules (drugs). In particular, medicinal chemistry in its commonest practice focusing on small organic molecules encompasses synthetic organic chemistry and aspects of natural products and computational chemistry in close combination with chemical biology, enzymology and structural biology, together aiming at the discovery and development of new therapeutic agents. Pharmaceutical chemistry is targeted on quality aspects of medicines and aims to assure fitness for purpose of medicinal products.
Materials chemistry includes the use of chemistry for the design and synthesis of materials with fascinating or potentially helpful physical characteristics, like magnetic, optical, structural or catalytic properties. It conjointly involves the characterization, process and molecular-level understanding of those substances. Synthetic chemistry covers the fields of organic, inorganic, materials, and biological sciences. Chemical synthesis forms important a part of the pathway that provides agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals and complex materials to industries worldwide. Chemical synthesis leverages the elemental reactivity of the elements to construct more and more advanced molecular architectures through the purposeful execution of chemical reactions.
Proteomics development faces interdisciplinary challenges, together with the traditional (biology and chemistry) and the emerging (high-throughput automation and bioinformatics). Bioinformatic analysis cannot solely accelerate drug target identification and drug candidate screening and refinement, but also facilitate characterization of side effects and predict drug resistance. High-throughput data such as genomic, epigenetic, genome architecture, cistromic, transcriptomic, proteomic, and ribosome profiling data have all made significant contribution to mechanismbased drug discovery and drug repurposing.
Track 10: Anti-Cancer Medicinal Chemistry
The term "cancer" refers to a group of diseases that involve abnormal cell growth with the potential to spread to different parts of the body. As each cancer consists of a variety of different cell types highly effective at developing resistance to each drug and radiation therapy, it is a particularly difficult disease to treat. The challenge for the sector of medicinal chemistry is to design drugs capable of selectively targeting cancer cells while avoiding multidrug resistance pathways. Medicinal Chemistry is following anti-tumour agents of high specificity to help design suitably targeted, selective chemotherapeutics. Current programs involve a diverse array of anti-cancer targets, like lipid and protein kinases, microtubules, topoisomerases, hypoxia inducible factors, bromodomains and histone acetyltransferases.
Clinical research work is directly associated to patient outcomes, such as in clinical trials. People within the clinical research field feel that their jobs are extremely impactful, as they are at the very forefront of wherever science becomes medicine that can improve patients' lives. Regulatory affairs (RA) scientists are involved overseeing the process of getting a drug or product through the FDA review and approval process and onto the market. Since every step in the process of product development is highly regulated, those in RA work at every step to move a drug from research and development through FDA approval.
Track 12: Molecular diversity
Molecular diversity, of each natural and synthetic materials, provides a valuable source of compounds for identifying and optimizing new drug leads. Through the quickly evolving technology of combinatorial chemistry, it is now currently to produce libraries of small molecules to screen for novel bioactivities. The ‘ molecular diversity spectrum ’. In qualitative terms, diversity is viewed as a spectrum ranging from a TOS to the synthesis of all possible molecular entities. Traditional combinatorial chemistry, wherever diversity primarily arises from building block variation, and DOS, where skeletal diversity is also incorporated, produce compound collections between these two extremes.
Track 13: Immunochemistry
Immunochemistry is that the study of the identities and functions of the components of the immune system. Immunochemistry is also used to describe the application of immune system components, in particular antibodies, to chemically labeled antigen molecules for visualization. Immunocytochemistry or immunohistochemistry is the identification of a tissue constituent (protein, lipopolysaccharide, etc.) in place by means of a specific antigen/antibody reaction tagged by an evident label. Immunohistochemistry usually refers to a light level detection and immunocytochemistry typically refers to detection at EM resolution.
Medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry are disciplines at the intersection of chemistry, especially synthetic organic chemistry, and pharmacology and various other biological specialties, where they are involved with design, chemical synthesis and development for market of pharmaceutical agents, or bio-active molecules (drugs). Both disciplines study drugs. Medicinal chemistry is focused on drug design and chemical synthesis. Pharmaceutical chemistry also studies drug design and synthesis, but takes it a step further with the process of bringing new drugs to market. There are also elements of biomedical analysis and pharmacology in pharmaceutical chemistry. Pharmaceutical chemistry can be considered a more broad area of study because it involves medicinal chemistry and more.
Track 15: Chemoinformatic Drug Delivery
This new drug discovery strategy, challenges cheminformatics in the aspects like cheminformatics should be able to extract knowledge from large-scale raw HTS databases in a shorter time periods, cheminformatics should be able to provide efficient in silico tools to predict ADMET properties, Cheminformatics (sometimes spelled as chemoinformatics or chemo-informatics) is a relatively new discipline. Actually, it has emerged from several many disciplines such as computational chemistry, computer chemistry, chemometrics, QSAR, chemical information, etc.
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