The study of the action of a drug in the body over a period of time.
quantitative study of drug action
The study of how drugs act at target sites of action in the body.
The branch of pharmacology that studies reactions between drugs and living structures, including the processes of bodily responses to pharmacological, biochemical, physiological and therapeutic effects.
The study of the uptake, movement, binding, and interactions of pharmacologically active molecules at their sites of action.
The study of how drugs achieve their therapeutic effect.
study of the uptake, movement, binding and interactions of a drug at its active site in the body
The activity of a specific compound with regard to its uptake, movement, binding, and interactions at the site of pharmacologic activity.
The study of the interaction of pharmacologically active compounds at their sites of action and their biological effects.
the study of the biochemical and physiological effects of drugs and the mechanisms of their actions, including the correlation of actions and effects of drugs with their chemical structure
The study of drug activity.
the study of the relationship of drug concentration to drug effect -- what the drug does to the body
the study of how a medication affects the body
The chemical effects of a drug on the body.
The study of the mechanisms of actions of a drug, the relationship between how much drug is in the body and its effects.
Process of interaction of pharmacologically active substances with target sites, and the biochemical and physiological consequences leading to therapeutic or adverse effects. RT adverse effect, target, toxicodynamics
Pharmacodynamics is the study of drug action on living organisms.
Gk, pharmakon, drug + dynamis, power], the study of how a drug acts on a living organism
The scientific discipline involved in the study of drug/product action on molecular or cellular targets or on the whole organism.
Pharmacodynamics is the study of the biochemical and physiological effects of drugs and the mechanisms of drug action and the relationship between drug concentration and effect. It is often summarily stated that pharmacodynamics is the study of what a drug does to the body, whereas pharmacokinetics is the study of what the body does to a drug.