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TMR Analyzes Impact of Outbreak of COVID-19 on Schizophrenia Drugs Market

Companies Increase Focus on Second-generation Drugs with Polypharmacology Approach

Several doctors and healthcare providers are adopting the methods of polypharmacology to develop new drugs for mental disorders. These methods are providing better outcomes in patients as compared to single-target drugs in the schizophrenia drugs market.

Likewise, multi-target drugs are emerging as an effective alternative to treat polygenic diseases, including schizophrenia. As such, the second-generation drugs market is estimated to reach ~US$ 11.1 billion by the year 2027; the highest amongst all drug classes in the schizophrenia drugs landscape. These second-generation drugs, i.e. atypical antipsychotics, target a number of aminergic G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) to treat complex pathomechanisms of schizophrenia.

Pharmaceutical companies are increasing research & development related to the schizophrenia drugs market to develop drugs that are beyond the dopaminergic hypothesis of schizophrenia and beyond monoamine G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs). They are increasing their production capacities of dopamine antagonists and drugs meant to effectively control the symptoms of schizophrenia and improve patient quality of life. Manufacturers in the schizophrenia drugs market are also turning towards other second-generation antipsychotics, such as serotonin and histamine, to prevent amphetamine-induced behavioral changes in patients.

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High-content Single-cell Screenings Serve as a Strategic Alternative

There is the growing need for improved schizophrenia drugs, as psychiatric disorders lead to disorders of the whole body. That is why, healthcare companies are innovating on live cellular function as a model to treat schizophrenia. Manufacturers in the schizophrenia drugs market are using high-content single-cell screenings to develop efficacious compounds for new schizophrenia drugs. This drug ‘repurposing’ strategy serves as a cost-effective and time-saving alternative for the development of new schizophrenia drugs that can be supplied to small-scale clinics and other healthcare providers.

The live cellular function model helps manufacturers develop new potential drugs at competitive costs, and acts as an efficient alternative to develop the drugs in a significantly less amount of time. The high-content single-cell screening process helps companies test existing psychiatric treatments on patient blood cells and predict the effectiveness of the new schizophrenia drug, depending upon the health condition of each individual.

This first-of-its-kind process will help healthcare companies overcome the limitations of first-line treatments, as these treatments have been performing poorly in most patients.

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Study of Live Blood Cells Gives Rise to Potential Schizophrenia Drugs

One of the major challenges that restricts healthcare companies from developing novel drugs for the schizophrenia drugs market is the lack of sample-based tests. Since doctors cannot take brain tissue samples from patients like they do in a biopsy on a cancer tumor elsewhere in the body, it is challenging for researchers to study the root causes of schizophrenia. This becomes a hurdle for doctors and researchers as to what to target in order to design novel neuropsychiatric drugs. As such, healthcare companies are collaborating with doctors and researchers to study the live blood cells of patients with mental health disorders. These blood cells help researchers identify potential targets for drug discovery.

Companies are increasing focus on the study of human blood cells, as these cells are closely associated with the central nervous system. This makes blood cells an ideal environment to test potential new drugs.

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