Category:Systems pharmacology

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Systems pharmacology is one of the main research directions of the lab. It seeks to incorporate two complimentary views of pharmacology: the target based approach, the dominant paradigm for perhaps that last quarter century, and a whole organism or systems approach, which was dominant up until the late 1980s and has been re-emerging the last five to ten years or so with a growing awareness of polypharmacology.

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