Perceptions of the drug phenomenon in central Lambeth

a report to Lambeth Drugs Prevention Team by Vincenzo Ruggiero

Publisher: Lambeth Drugs Prevention Team in London

Written in English
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Includes bibliography.

Statementby Vincenzo Ruggiero.
ContributionsLambeth Drugs Prevention Team.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v ;
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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 loose, reversible binding of the drug molecule, although some drugs can form strong chemical bonds with their target sites A phenomenon in which the tolerance that results from the chronic use of one drug induces a tolerance effect with regard to a second drug that has not been used before (ch.

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