The use of drug-receptor affinity measures in the differentiation of receptors
The drug-receptor dissociation constant (K), determined by pharmacological procedures, is measured from a dose-effect relation and the modification of that relation by the presence of a second compound (antagonist) that competes for the same receptor. These procedures differ from those that use radi...
|Published in:||Federation proceedings, Vol. 41, No. 7 (1982), p. 2323-7|
|Item Description:||Date Completed 19.07.1982|
Date Revised 21.11.2013
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