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Drug screening involves the testing of a new drug against a chosen target for a particular disease by using a large amount of chemicals that are tested to see if they have the ability to modify the target in any way. For example, if the target is to inhibit pain, compounds will be screened to view their ability to inhibit that target. Another function of screening is more

Drug screening involves the testing of a new drug against a chosen target for a particular disease by using a large amount of chemicals that are tested to see if they have the ability to modify the target in any way. For example, if the target is to inhibit pain, compounds will be screened to view their ability to inhibit that target. Another function of screening is to display how selective the compounds are for their targets. After this, other screening runs will be conducted to see whether the 'hits' against the chosen target will interfere with other targets. This is important in cases of individuals that make more than one type of medication.

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