Molecular Enzymology and Drug Targets

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Pankaj Mishra

Department of Drug discovery, University of California, United States

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    Targeting Enzymes as Drug Targets: Recent Advances and Future Perspectives
    Author(s): Pankaj Mishra*

    Enzymes play a vital role in various biological processes and have emerged as promising drug targets. Targeting enzymes offers opportunities for therapeutic intervention in numerous diseases, including cancer, metabolic disorders, and infectious diseases. This review highlights recent advances and future perspectives in targeting enzymes as drug targets. The study begins by discussing the rationale behind targeting enzymes and the advantages they offer as drug targets. Enzymes are involved in key biochemical pathways and exhibit unique catalytic activities, making them attractive targets for modulating disease-associated processes. The development of selective enzyme inhibitors can disrupt aberrant enzymatic activities and restore normal cellular functions. Next, the review explores recent advances in the discovery and development of enzyme inhibitors. It covers innovative strategies .. View More»

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