Designing and synthesising biologically active compounds is the focus of pharmaceutical (medical) chemistry. The objective is to acquire new chemical molecules that could help in the finding of new pharmaceuticals or optimise already known drug structures, thereby increasing the variety of chemical drugs. Even though organic chemistry is essential, only skilled pharmaceutical chemists are able to collaborate with scientists from a variety of fields, including molecular biology, structural biology, pharmacology, physical chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacokinetics, pharmaceutical technology, toxicology, and translational medicine.
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