2 edition of Drug action at the molecular level found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by G. C. K. Roberts.|
|Contributions||Roberts, G. C. K., Biological Council. Co-ordinating Committee for Symposia on Drug Action., International Union of Pharmacology.|
|LC Classifications||QP906.S75 D78 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||77004382|
Pathogens can (1) produce an enzyme that destroys the drug, (2) alter the molecular target of the drug so that it is no longer sensitive to the drug, or (3) prevent access to the target by, for example, actively pumping the drug out of the pathogen. Once a pathogen has chanced upon an effective strategy, the newly acquired or mutated genes that. The idea that drug molecules interact at specific sites in the body is not new. The initial idea of materials within the body to which administered drugs interact has been attrib-uted to the work of Langley and Ehrlich in the late s and early s. 2. Proof of the receptor concept lagged. 2. Pharmacodynamics: The Study of Drug Action.
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The molecular basis for the inhibitory action of 6-(arylhydrazino)-pyrimidines on the replication-specific DNA polymerase III of Gram-positive bacteria Pages Brown, Neal C.
(et al.). Get this from a library. Drug action at the molecular level. [G C K Roberts; Biological Council. Co-ordinating Committee for Symposia on Drug Action.; International Union of Pharmacology.;].
The molecular basis for the inhibitory action of 6-(arylhydrazino)-pyrimidines on the replication-specific DNA polymerase III of Gram-positive bacteria Neal C. Brown, George E. Wright Pages Drug action at the molecular level. Baltimore: University Park Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G C K Roberts; Biological Council.
Co-ordinating Committee for Symposia on Drug Action.; International Union of. With a focus on functional relationships between drugs and their targets, this book covers basic and general pharmacology, from a cellular and molecular perspective, with particular attention to the mechanisms of drug action – the fundamental basis for proper clinical use- without neglecting clinical application, toxicology and pharmacokinetics.5/5(5).
In drug: Principles of drug action. With very few exceptions, in order for a drug to affect the function of a cell, an interaction at the molecular level must occur between the drug and some target component of the cell. In most cases the interaction consists of a Read More; drug therapy.
The efficiency and efficacy of drug action depends largely on how well an unaided drug molecule is able to reach its intracellular target or even its target inside organelles such as mitochondria.
Subsequently, the specific delivery of a drug to its site of action inside cells will dramatically improve its action. The action of drugs on the human body is called pharmacodynamics, and what the body does with the drug is called drugs that enter the human tend to stimulate certain receptors, ion channels, act on enzymes or transporter proteins.
As a result. The molecular mechanism of action of CART remains uncertain. Notably, the putative CARTp receptor has not, so far, been characterized although binding studies on cell lines, and on dissociated hypothalamic neurons have been described.
16,25 There is some evidence for actions at a G protein-coupled receptor acting via G i/o although this. "This book is a tour de force in the title book adopts a novel format that focuses on the rational chemical underpinnings to both drug discovery and drug development.
It seeks to illuminate the workings of drugs at the molecular level. Molecular mechanism of drug action 1. Molecular Mechanism of Drug Action 2.
Group Members 1. Nafisa Mustafiz() 2. Rabeya Basri() 3. Rakibul Islam() 4. Jannatul Ferdous() 5. Ayesha Akter() 3. Contents 1.
Introduction 2. Mechanism of Drug Action 3. Molecular Drug Targets 4. Characteristics of Molecular. Mechanism of Drug Action -An Introduction. Pharmacol Views. All drugs bring about complex interactions with molecules of living systems.
These actions, either physical or chemical, mainly act at four levels: Molecular– Receptor, ion channel, enzyme, carrier molecules; Cellular– Transduction e.g., G protein, ion channel, enzyme. Drugs can be classified according to various criteria.
Usually, they are classified according to a) chemical structure, b) pharmacological action, c) therapeutic use, d) anatomic therapeutic chemical structure (ATC), and e) mechanism of action at the molecular level. This new edition of Principles of Drug Action is a complete revision of a very-successful graduate-level pharmacology text previously authored by Avram Goldstein, Lewis Aronow and Sumner Kalman.
Features: * Thorough survey of the many advances since the previous edition, plus a substantially expanded review of immunopharmacology * Covers basic principles of how drugs affect biological. Introduction to Drug Action. Definition: A very broad definition of a drug would include "all chemicals other than food that affect living processes." If the affect helps the body, the drug is a medicine.
However, if a drug causes a harmful effect on the body, the drug is a poison. 3. molecular mech of drug action presentn 1. MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF ACTION OF DRUGSby Lee Eun Jin 2. Drugs produce effects in the body mainly in the following ways by acting on receptors2.
by inhibiting carriers (molecules that transport one or more ions or molecules across the plasma membrane)3. by modulating or blocking ion channels4.
by inhibiting enzymes. Book Description John Wiley & Sons Inc, United States, Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. With a focus on functional relationships between drugs and their targets, this book covers basic and general pharmacology, from a cellular and molecular perspective, with particular attention to the mechanisms of drug action the fundamental basis for proper clinical use.
In this book the targets of drug action are the central focus - whether they be enzymes in a pathway or membrane-bound receptors and ion channels. This approach distinguishes the book from others in the f ield which consider the subject mainly in terms of disease.; The introductory chapter is concerned with the basic principles that cover enzyme in.
This textbook provides a fresh, comprehensive and accessible introduction to the rapidly expanding field of molecular pharmacology. Adopting a drug target-based, rather than the traditional organ/system based, approach this innovative guide reflects the current advances and research trend towards molecular based drug design, derived from a detailed understanding of chemical responses.
The author provides an extensive discussion of drug candidate optimization without the aid of molecular modeling, wherein the approaches presented are logically based and thus quite accessible to the reader.
"The Organic Chemistry of Drug Design and Drug Action" offers valuable and in-depth suggestions concerning many facets of drug discovery.
Current Molecular Pharmacology aims to publish the latest developments in cellular and molecular pharmacology with a major emphasis on the mechanism of action of novel drugs under development, innovative pharmacological technologies, cell signaling, transduction pathway analysis, genomics, proteomics, and metabonomics applications to drug action.
An additional focus will be the way in .Laboratory of Molecular Psychiatry, Departments of Psychiatry and Pharmacology, Yale University School of Medicine, Connecticut Mental Health Center, New Haven, Connecticut Drug addiction has afflicted mankind for centuries, yet the mech- anisms by which particular drugs lead to .The action of paracetamol at a molecular level is unclear but could be related to the production of reactive metabolites by the peroxidase function of COX-2, which could deplete glutathione, a cofactor of enzymes such as PGE synthase.