Introduction of Screening for antipsychotics

Antipsychotic screening refers to the process of evaluating the biological activity, pharmacological action, and medicinal value of substances that may be used as antipsychotics by using appropriate methods at the cellular and biochemical levels. Antipsychotic screening is a key step in the discovery of new antipsychotics. Many studies have proved that the dysfunction of protein kinases, ion channels, membrane transporters, and G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR) will lead to the occurrence of a variety of neuropsychiatric diseases due to the complex signal transduction mode of the nervous system, which has become a variety of targets involved in the study of mental diseases. Therefore, antipsychotics can be screened from these targets.

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Antipsychotics Screening Services

Ace Neuroscience leverages specialized technologies and advanced platforms to help our clients explore the mysteries of mental illness and shorten the time to antipsychotic drug discovery and research.