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Modern Medical Research: Potential Use for New Drug Development

Mustafa K*

In the past 30 years, there has been an exponential growth in highly advanced scientific and medical research technologies, to the point that the large number of identified molecular agents connected to pathogenesis cannot be easily integrated or processed by traditional analytical methods. In fact, the identification of more complex diseases has increased in part as a result of the recognition that various moieties represent disease markers. Thanks to currently accessible cutting-edge technology, researchers and doctors can now examine and analyse any specific dysregulations occurring at the genomic, transcriptomic, miRnomic, proteomic, and metabolomic levels. However, there are limitations to this brave new world of science, including the fact that only isolated molecular levels are now being separately examined for their impact on any given health problem. Systems biology and medicine have mostly focused since their inception in 1992 on the perturbations of overall route dynamics for the start and worsening of the researched condition. Therefore, systems medicine methodologies can be used to shed light on a variety of study settings, ultimately producing the useful finding of novel dynamic interaction networks that are crucial for influencing the course of medical disorders. As a result, systems medicine also helps to pinpoint clinically significant molecular targets for counteracting this illness with diagnostic and treatment methods.

Many of the peptides found in scorpion fluids demonstrated a wide range of biological actions with high specificities to their intended locations. Numerous studies have described their powerful activities against microorganisms and demonstrated their capacity to alter different biological processes related to immunological, neurological, cardiovascular, and neoplastic illnesses. It is predicted that peptides obtained from scorpions could be exploited to create new, specialised medicines because of their significant structural and functional diversity. This review outlines pertinent findings to help make them more effective as useful resources for the creation of novel medicines.

Published Date: 2022-09-26; Received Date: 2022-08-26