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    Rational Drug Discovery

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    Rational Drug Discovery Drug companies are continuously discovering new compounds to add to the pharmaceutical world. Rational drug discovery, or drug design, has provided a great advantage to finding new medications compared to older methods of discovery. With years of guesstimating and predicting how to create the perfect prescription, drugs have been identified in numerous ways. Drugs have been discovered and named through multiple encounters of trial-and-error or with simple luck. Thorough comparisons, predictions, multiple encounters of trial-and-error all compile to complete the complicated phases of rational drug discovery. Rational drug discovery is rather known as drug design, which is the process of finding new medications based…

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    The process by which new medications are discovered is called drug discovery. Historically, there are some ways to discover drugs, like identifying the active ingredient from traditional remedies or by serendipitous discovery. The drug that my partner and I research for is amphetamine. By definition, amphetamine is a central nervous system stimulant that affects chemicals in the brain. Nowadays, amphetamine is a medicine used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, narcolepsy, and…

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    Introduction: The paper discusses in detail potentially new drugs discovery for prostate cancer disease by exploiting literature-derived knowledge and semantics. Using knowledge discovery methodologies is, recently, getting popular for all types of drastically growing data sources such as medical data. Although the authors argue that their methodology is groundbreaking and it sounds reasonably effective, the methodology could have been more practical and automated by reducing a manual…

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    is involved in the development, discovery and commercialization of the drugs for treatment of diseases. The company utilizes advances registered in genetics and molecular biology to detect mechanisms of the cardiovascular diseases, as well as targeting the discovery of drugs. In addition, the company is specifically involved in the development of angina pectoris. The CV Therapeutics operates in the United States of America under the industry of healthcare. The CV Therapeutics, being…

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    Purinex Case Study

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    Purinex was as a drug discovery and evolution company located in Syracuse, New York. “The company sought to commercialize therapeutic compounds based on its purine drug-development platform.” The company evolved procedure for making small molecules that acted as selective agonists or antagonists. The company consisted of 14 employees and the company has a chemistry laboratory, and 35 pending patents in the purine field. During 2004, the company promised two drug treatment: the first one for…

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    Discovery can encompass the many experiences of discovering something for the first time or rediscovering something that has been lost, forgotten or concealed. These discoveries can change an individual’s perspective of human nature and the wider world. The theme of discovery is projected throughout the play, ‘The Tempest’ (1610), by William Shakespeare and the novel, ‘The Perks of being a Wallflower’ (1999), by Stephen Chbosky. The Tempest, written in the Jacobean era and reflecting aspects and…

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    The behaviors of medical staff in the play Wit by Margaret Edson (1998) allow us to view different circumstances that take place. In the play, patients are supposed to be the main focus of all care. Susie Monahan, the primary nurse of one patient, Vivian Bearing, who suffers from stage four ovarian cancer, is one of the few health professionals whose caring attributes display the principle that the focus of care should be on the patient. However, if Monahan was part of the collaborating team,…

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    However, the image represents that she has outgrown that phase of her life. The rookery is empty as Jane passes it, which shows that Jane is no longer a baby bird, but has learned to fly on her own. There are crows overhead as she sneaks up to Thornfield (489). They normally foreshadow death or the discovery of a death, but here they can be interpreted as the discovery of the passing of the old Jane. Her initial reaction to the remnants is empty imagery. She describes how there is nothing left…

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    “We don’t work for anyone, I am the leader of this hideout.” Tork cursed himself under his breathe knowing he said the wrong thing. “This hideout? what do you mean?” Tork once more mumbled an uncomprehend able response. Ruby went to the arm with the Naginata sticking out of it. Going lower until she reached the fingers she grabbed a thumb and pushed it back to a breaking point. Tork only gritting his teeth in response this time holding back a scream for all he was worth. “We…. We decided to work…

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    will be severely punished if the Council discovers their actions, but he does it anyway. He even knows that he is exploring an artifact form the Unmentionable Times and those " 'are damned who touch the things of the Unmentionable Times" '(33). He risks severe punishment but does it so he can explore what he does not understand, ultimately leading to his own scientific discoveries. This defiance leads to a place for the lab where he uncovers one of the mysteries of the past: electricity. In…

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