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The use of biomarkers in early drug development helps to streamline clinical development by determining whether the drug is reaching and affecting the molecular target in humans, delivering findings that are comparable to preclinical data, and by providing a measurable endpoint that predicts desired or undesired clinical effects.
Preclinical and phase I development plans can be focused to support an early s. Dose estimates and patient stratification may reduce the size and duration of clinical studies in later phases of development, and safety and toxicity biomarkers may help to stop or continue a programme early on.
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Even if a biomarker fails in the validation process there may still be a benefit of having used it as more knowledge about pathophysiology of the disease and the drug may be obtained. Thus, appropriateness of biomarkers depends on the stage of development, development strategy and the medical indication.
Examples of biomarkers in exploratory clinical development are given for the development of new drugs in various indications. Keywords: Biomarker, exploratory drug development, definition, validation, regulatory aspects, examples. Abstract: Selecting, evaluating and applying biomarkers in drug discovery and exploratory drug development do substantially shorten the time to reach a critical decision point.
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