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Application of IT in Biomedical Field: Present Status and Future Prospects
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Dr. Leena Jain, Dr. Kawaljeet Singh
— Biomedical, IT, Application, Pharmaceutical, Research, Software
In the knowledge economy, information has become the most important resource allowing both firms and nations to grow. For every drug that reaches the market, there are more than I0,000 compounds synthesized, characterized, and tested for biological effects if we go by conventional laboratory procedure. This process takes place in about 12 years. But this task of drug discovery and evaluation is going to carry out at much faster rate and at significantly lower cost with the use of computer based program's. called software. Not only pharmaceutical, biotechnological and biomedical research required software but production, automation of process and its control, clinical diagnosis of disease and clinical trials of anti-AIDS and cancer drug all required some sophisticated software. Overall without use of software there is no simple task is possible in biomedical research. Today, computers are so important in biomedical research and development that it may be hard to imagine a time when there were no computers to assist the researchers. In this article we summarized the use of software in different aspects of biomedical research.
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