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What is in vitro & in vivo pharmacology and why is it important in drug development?

Pharmacology is the study of the biological effects of drugs. In vitro pharmacology studies the biological effects of a drug in an isolated environment, such as cell lines or tissues. This setup conveniently eliminates whole organism physiological influences allowing for a detailed analysis a compound's impact. In vivo pharmacology is the study of the biological effects of a drug in a complex living organism, and is used to observe the complex physiological effects of a drug.

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