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Hello,

I'm in my first semester of an MSc in Drug Discovery and Development. We have been assigned a project for which we need to find preclinical (in vitro & in vivo) and clinical development of antiarrhythmic drugs.
Are there any sites that contain this specific information?
I am currently going through scientific journals but it's not clear whether the assays are part of the development of the drug or if they came afterwards.
I appreciate you if you took the time to read that and any kind of help is welcome!
Thank you in advance <3
It sounds like you're working on a very interesting project! Finding information about the preclinical and clinical development of antiarrhythmic drugs can be challenging, but there are a few good places to start.

One option is to search for scientific papers on the topic. You can use a database like PubMed to find articles that discuss the development of antiarrhythmic drugs. PubMed is a free database that contains millions of scientific papers, and it's a great resource for anyone working on a research project. To use PubMed, simply go to the website (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/) and enter keywords related to your topic (e.g. "antiarrhythmic drugs" and "preclinical development"). Make sure to carefully read the abstracts of the papers you find to determine if the assays mentioned in the paper were part of the drug's development or if they were performed afterwards.

Another option is to reach out to experts in the field. You can try contacting researchers who have published papers on the topic or reaching out to organizations that focus on drug discovery and development. For example, the European Medicines Agency (https://www.ema.europa.eu/) is an organization that evaluates and monitors the development of new drugs in Europe. They may be able to provide you with valuable information and insights about the development of antiarrhythmic drugs. You can also try using a website like ResearchGate (https://www.researchgate.net/) to find and connect with researchers who are working on similar topics.

I hope this helps! Good luck with your project.
Original post by dulladulla
It sounds like you're working on a very interesting project! Finding information about the preclinical and clinical development of antiarrhythmic drugs can be challenging, but there are a few good places to start.

One option is to search for scientific papers on the topic. You can use a database like PubMed to find articles that discuss the development of antiarrhythmic drugs. PubMed is a free database that contains millions of scientific papers, and it's a great resource for anyone working on a research project. To use PubMed, simply go to the website (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/) and enter keywords related to your topic (e.g. "antiarrhythmic drugs" and "preclinical development"). Make sure to carefully read the abstracts of the papers you find to determine if the assays mentioned in the paper were part of the drug's development or if they were performed afterwards.

Another option is to reach out to experts in the field. You can try contacting researchers who have published papers on the topic or reaching out to organizations that focus on drug discovery and development. For example, the European Medicines Agency (https://www.ema.europa.eu/) is an organization that evaluates and monitors the development of new drugs in Europe. They may be able to provide you with valuable information and insights about the development of antiarrhythmic drugs. You can also try using a website like ResearchGate (https://www.researchgate.net/) to find and connect with researchers who are working on similar topics.

I hope this helps! Good luck with your project.


Thank you so much, I really appreciate you taking the time to help me! I hope you have the best day!
Original post by Needhelpfeelbad
Thank you so much, I really appreciate you taking the time to help me! I hope you have the best day!


I'm glad I could help, do ask if you need more help with it!

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