Marine Pharmacology

Marine Pharmacology is a part of pharmacology worried about pharmacologically dynamic substances present in sea-going plants and creatures; its goal is to discover and grow new therapeutic agents. The huge development of total population has exploited the current assets for the medications. Also, thus, the medication producers are dependably attentive for new assets to create successful and safe medications for the expanding requests of the total population. About 75% of earth's surface is covered by water but research into the pharmacology of marine organisms is limited.

Marine environment signifies to countless and diverse resource for new medications to encounter major diseases, for example, cancer or malaria. It additionally offers an environmental asset involving an assortment of aquatic plants and creatures. These aquatic organisms are separated for antibacterial, immunomodulator, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anticancer, antimicrobial, neuroprotective, analgesic, and antimalarial assets. They are utilized for new medication advancements all over the world.