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In recent decades, it has become clear that in many fields — such as drug development, particularly with regard to drug dosage and specific disease treatment — the sex of a patient must be taken into consideration, in view of the fact that male and female physiology and pathophysiology show many...
The decisions we make on chemical safety, for consumers, workers and the environment, must be based on the best scientific data and knowledge available. Rapid advances in biology, in cell-based technologies and assays, and in analytical and computational approaches, have led to new types of...
Dengue is an arboviral (insect-transmitted) infection of global concern. Currently, there are still no specific dengue antiviral agents to treat the disease. Plant extracts have been used in traditional medicine for treating various viral infections — thus, in the present study, aqueous extracts...
The failure rate for the translation of drugs from animal testing to human treatments remains at over 92%, where it has been for the past few decades. The majority of these failures are due to unexpected toxicity — that is, safety issues revealed in human trials that were not apparent in animal...
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