Synergy Testing

Synergy testing is a method of testing that helps to evaluate the combined effects of two or more drugs, or different treatments. It is used in many fields, including in medical research and in clinical trials, to assess the efficacy of drugs and treatments when taken together. This type of testing is important to ensure that a drug or treatment is not only effective on its own but also when taken in combination with other drugs and treatments. Synergy testing also helps identify unexpected interactions between treatments or drugs, making it an essential part of drug development and clinical trials. The results of synergy testing can inform decisions on drug combinations and can also be used to optimize treatments for individual patients.


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