Systematically prioritizing candidates in genome-based drug repurposing
from MedCity News
Drug repurposing is the practice of developing approved drugs for uses in new, unexplored indications. Repurposing initiatives have seen major growth in recent years, partially energized by the industrial undertaking of repurposing projects in parallel to the development of new pharmaceuticals. There are numerous benefits of this approach to drug development that are of interest to the pharmaceutical industry. Repurposing is an efficient approach to drug development, as it makes use of existing knowledge on pharmaceuticals.
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