Bioinformatics Tools for Pharmaceutical Drug Product Development
By Vivek Chavda, K. Anand, Vasso Apostolopoulos
A timely book that details bioinformatics tools, artificial intelligence, machine learning, computational methods, protein interactions, peptide-based drug design, and omics technologies, for drug development in the pharmaceutical and medical sciences industries.
The book contains 17 chapters categorized into 3 sections. The first section presents the latest information on bioinformatics tools, artificial intelligence, machine learning, computational methods, protein interactions, peptide-based drug design, and omics technologies. The following 2 sections include bioinformatics tools for the pharmaceutical sector and the healthcare sector. Bioinformatics brings a new era in research to accelerate drug target and vaccine design development, improving validation approaches as well as facilitating and identifying side effects and predicting drug resistance. As such, this will aid in more successful drug candidates from discovery to clinical trials to the market, and most importantly make it a more cost-effective process overall.
Readers will find in this book:
- Applications of bioinformatics tools for pharmaceutical drug product development like process development, pre-clinical development, clinical development, commercialization of the product, etc.;
- The ever-expanding application of this novel technology and discusses some of the unique challenges associated with such an approach;
- The broad and deep background, as well as updates, on recent advances in both medicine and AI/ML that enable the application of these cutting-edge bioinformatics tools.
The book will be used by researchers and scientists in academia and industry including drug developers, computational biochemists, bioinformaticians, immunologists, pharmaceutical and medical sciences, as well as those in artificial intelligence and machine learning.