Receptor pharmacology is the study of the interactions of receptors with drugs/pharmaceuticals and other xenobiotics. A basic tenet of receptor pharmacology is that a drug’s effect is directly proportional to the number of occupied receptors. Also, the duration of the drug effect is related to the association and dissociation rates of the drug–receptor complex.
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