Evolution of Drugs and Drug Labs

Drug evolution is a unique idea that is put out to create chemical libraries with a high likelihood of discovering medications or drug candidates. Chemical evolution replaces biological evolution as a result. German scientist Friedrich Returner created the first pharmacological medicine in 1804. In his laboratory, he isolated the primary component from opium and gave it the name "morphine," after the Greek deity of sleep. Secret manufacturing facilities for illegal drugs, including methamphetamine (meth, ice), are known as clandestine drug laboratories (clan labs). Drug evaluation is the expression of a drug's quality, safety, and effectiveness as determined by its pharmacology, pharmaceutics, and clinical study.

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  • FDA Drug Review
  • FDA Post-Market Drug Safety Monitoring


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