Simulations Of Pharmacological Experiments On Isolated Guinea Pig Ileum

This package is a computer simulation programme to teach the effects of drugs and electrical stimulation on the enteric nervous system.

The package covers basic receptor theory, including occupancy and how response size is related to occupancy. The user is introduced to dose-response curves through simulated experiments of the action of drugs on isolated guinea pig ileum.

Dose-response curves found using a range of drugs and combinations of drugs are then compared in order to discuss:

• Full and partial agonists
• Types of antagonism
• The use of agonists/antagonists to show the presence of different receptors

This package also contains an Assessment module with MCQs.

Product Code: COP002

Price: £300.00 p.a. (per institution)

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