Finding new fine chemicals is a vigorously long process and shouldn’t be taken lightly. In order to get new chemicals prepared for their use, they must go through a lot of testing to ensure that they do what they are supposed to and won’t have any problems. This is so important because if any stage is wrong then the whole chemical could collapse and if it is being designed for human consumption, it could have detrimental effects on the person!

There are four main steps in the process of finding new fine chemicals which are outlined briefly below. For extended information on the processes please visit our website which can be found at the bottom of this article!

Target identification

This stage is the part where scientists would identify a target for potential therapy. This could be anything from a new drug for Cancer to an antibacterial hand gel. The first step is very vast and purely just a brainstorming process.

Lead identification

This stage is identifying the chemical that could help to combat what target has been identified in the first stage. If they had identified Cancer as a disease to target they would be looking at what fine chemical could combat this and help the people that suffer from it.

Lead optimization

This is the stage where scientists try and find compounds similar to the chemicals that they already know work so that they can see if these new chemical compounds will be a better way to cure what they are trying to cure.

Candidate drug nomination

This stage is where the scientists developing the new fine chemical will test the drug to see if it has the correct properties to react with a disease and won’t be harmful for human consumption. This is very important as they need to ensure that the drug is regulated and will work properly.

Once the new fine chemicals have been processed they should be ready to be used, however, this is just a brief insight into the new fine chemical process. Often new fine chemicals within drugs are tested in medical testing centres where people are paid money to test new drugs to see if they actually work.

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