The Story of Successful Drugs and Recent FDA-Approved Molecules

A topical collection in Pharmaceuticals (ISSN 1424-8247). This collection belongs to the section "Medicinal Chemistry".

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Dear Colleagues,

Each year, the FDA approves dozens of novel small molecules and biological derivatives as new therapeutic compounds, thus demonstrating the vigor of the pharmaceutical industry and associated research groups. Small molecules are the most represented entities among the approvals, but there are also an increasing number of antibodies and oligonucleotides on the medical market. Interestingly, there is a growing interest in the development of orphan drugs and the treatment of orphan diseases and rare diseases.

We invite readers of this Topical Collection to explore a range of short but comprehensive and updated reviews on drugs attracting particular attention owing to their success and to their compounds being (recently) approved by the FDA.

Dr. Maria Emília De Sousa
Dr. Jean Jacques Vanden Eynde
Prof. Dr. Klaus Kopka
Dr. Annie Mayence
Prof. Dr. Joachim Jose
Prof. Dr. Guangshun Wang
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Keywords

  • antibody
  • aptamer
  • oligonucleotide
  • orphan disease
  • orphan drug
  • peptide
  • small molecule

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