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Computer Aided Drug Design-CADD

Computer-Aided Drug Design (CADD) is a discipline that employs computational techniques and tools to facilitate the discovery and design of new drugs. It combines principles from chemistry, biology, physics, and computer science to accelerate the drug discovery process and optimize the properties of potential drug candidates. CADD plays a crucial role in identifying promising drug candidates, predicting their properties, and guiding the optimization of their efficacy and safety profiles. Through the integration of computational and experimental approaches, CADD plays a vital role in streamlining the development of new drugs and increasing the success rate of drug discovery programs.