Journal of Medical Toxicology Research

About Clinical Pharmacodynamics

Clinical Pharmacodynamics is the study of biochemical and physiological effect of drug and their mechanism of action at organ level as well as cellular level. Clinical Pharmacodynamics means the action of drug on body, including the receptor interaction, dose response phenomena, and mechanism of therapeutic and toxic action. Drug act either by receptor or non-receptor or targeting specific genetic changes. Stimulation, depression, Irritation, Replacement, Cytotoxic action, Antimicrobial action, Modification of immune status all these are the types of drug action. Enzymes, Ion channel, G-protein coupled receptor, and Transporters are types ofthe mechanism of action of drug.

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