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Drug-Acceptor Interactions by Niels Bindslev

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Drug-Acceptor Interactions
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Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 9197707104
ISBN-13: 9789197707107
Number of pages: 428

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This book is a survey of, and evaluates, analytical tools used to determine equilibrium effects of the interactions between ligands and receptive units as obtained from dose-response experimentation and from combinatorial drug therapy.

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