By J. Thomas August, M.W. Anders, Ferid Murad, Joseph T. Coyle (Eds.)
Each one quantity of Advances in Pharmacology offers a wealthy number of studies on well timed themes. Emphasis is put on the molecular bases of drug motion, either utilized and experimental.
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Iron can reduce the absorption of penicillamine (Table XVI). It is evident that a very diverse group of pharmacologic agents can have their actions modified by minerals. Interactions between Drugs and Nutrients 17 E. Genetic Differences Differences in response to drug action among various ethnic and racial subpopulations have long been recognized, and have been accentuated by specific pharmacologic agents causing exaggerated biological reactions. , Kitler, 1994). Among the many conditions to which the human organism must adapt is the nutritional environment (Childs, 1988).
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Advances in Pharmacology, Vol. 35 by J. Thomas August, M.W. Anders, Ferid Murad, Joseph T. Coyle (Eds.)