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Chapter 1 Opener
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Box 1.3 Drug Categories
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1.1 Pharmacokinetic factors that determine bioavailability of drugs
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1.2 Routes of drug administration
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1.3 The time course of drug blood level depends on route of administration
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1.4 Cell membranes
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1.5 Effect of ionization on drug absorption
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1.6 Distribution of cerebrospinal fluid (Part 1)
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1.6 Distribution of cerebrospinal fluid (Part 2)
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1.7 Cross section of typical capillaries and brain capillaries
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1.8 First-order kinetics of drug clearance
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1.9 Two genetic populations for isoniazid metabolism
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Unformatted text preview: 1.10 Two principal types of receptors 1.11 Agonist and antagonist interactions with receptors 1.12 Doseresponse curve 1.13 Doseresponse curves for four analgesic agents 1.14 Comparison of ED 50 and TD 50 1.15 Drug antagonism 1.16 Possible results of the interaction of two drugs 1.17 Classical conditioning of drug-related cues 1.18 Tolerance to morphine-induced hyperthermia 1.19 Experimental design to test state-dependent learning...
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