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Dr. Kiran Rafiq1*, Dr. Asghari Ghous2 , Dr. Rana Kausar2, Sanya Atta3, Salman Farroq3

1*Faculty of Pharmacy, Jinnah Sind Medical University, Karachi, Pakistan.
2Department of Biochemistry, Federal Urdu University of Arts .Science and Technology Karachi, Pakistan.
3Dow College of Pharmacy, Dow University of Health Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan.


In previous years the conventional studies were followed for the drug designing and different animal models, bacterial isolates and in some extreme cases human volunteers were in practice for the declaration of pharmacological response of natural or synthesized moieties. Although these all resources are still an important part of research but the outcome of these studies can be given strength by the computer simulation, “in silico studies” that is the advancement of computer technology and an offshoot of computational chemistry. It predicts the interaction of drug within the body, also with pathogens and provide the action of drug at receptor site. All these facts led to estimate the level of information in pharmacy professionals and the chance of acceptance of computer softwares in pharmaceutical studies as a core. For this purpose a survey based study was conducted among the pharmacy students belonging to different private and public sector universities that helped to establish statistical idea about the decisive factors and implementation of this modern practice. One hundred students participated in this study that were asked to answer10-point questionnaire. Descriptive statistics on sample characteristics was calculated and response was summarized as percentages of Positive or Negative. Forty eight students (48%) had knowledge about in silico studies but only 27% of them had tried to make use of it. Majority of the students (79%) agreed about its benefits and 74% consider in silico studies expensive. Overall survey revealed the strong positivism for adopting this technique in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical researches.


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