Biomolecules which can bind active agents are called targets. They can be receptors, enzymes or ion channels. If agent and target interact with each other the term agent-target-specific effect is used. The identification of targets is very important in biomedical and pharmaceutical research because a specific interaction can help to understand basic biomolecular processes. This is essential to identify new points of application.
The 2nd International Bioeconomy Congress will be an interdisciplinary expert and stakeholder meeting dedicated to systemic approaches of bioeconomy. For further information (e.g. the congress program, traveling information and venue) please visit the congress website at www.bioeconomy-congress.de.
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