Pharmacology is the study of drug mechanisms, from the point of administration, through absorption, to both the desired and side effects of the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API), or its formulation. Any drug can be a poison, depending on the dose, and the study of excessive amounts is dealt with by the field of Medical Toxicology.
This category provides links to sites specifically relevant to Pharmacology.
Medical pharmacology resource from McGraw-Hills. Provides access to pharmacology textbooks, medical research articles and clinical research publications. Includes industry news, events, and subscription information.
Calculates Body Surface Area, with advanced features such as automatic units conversion. The can be used for medication dose calculations.
Describe basic clinical pharmacology topics and terms, such as pharmacodynamics (PD), pharmacokinetics (PK), toxicology and drug development.
Searchable database which provides patients, family members and the public with information about current ongoing clinical research studies. From the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
Provides details of research into the reactivity of human vascular tissue, with conference calendar and published material.
Medication reviews and comparisons of various drugs, including analgesics, antidepressants, hypnotics. The information is based on recent reviews and articles published in the medical literature and drug prescribing information approved by the US FDA.
Updated weekly as a service by CDER's Division of Data Management and Services.
Pharmacology online course developed by University of Pennsylvania. Provide information about the class, educational resources and links.
An online guide to pharmacological targets with quantitative information on the prescription medicines and experimental drugs that act on them, developed by the International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (IUPHAR) and the British Pharmacological Society (BPS).
Describe principles of clinical pharmacology and provides data and animations. Educational materials for clinical practitioners and pharmacology students. Offers information about a companion book (Instant Clinical Pharmacology by Evan Begg, Blackwell Publishing, 2003).
Peer-reviewed pharmacological, chemical, genomic, functional and anatomical information on human, mouse and rat GPCRs, voltage-gated and ligand-gated ion channels from the International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology.
NCCAM provides information on complementary and alternative medicine topics, herbal and vitamin supplements, and tips on how to be an informed consumer.
Adaptive sampling to locate the best dose.
FDA resource listing approved drug products with therapeutic equivalence evaluations (known as “Orange Book”). Provide information on formulations for drugs that are on the market a well as information on date of approval.
Wikipedia article on pharmacology. Describes the history of pharmacology, development of new medicines, and pharmacology research conducted by academic institutions and pharma companies worldwide.
Publisher of multiple pharmacology and life science research journals. Provides pharmacology news, updates on professional events and meetings, links to pharmacology textbooks and professional literature.
Online pharmacology news resource. Provide pharmacology research news and links to new publications.
Professionally designed pharmacology, molecular and cell biology signaling pathways slides and diagrams for scientists and researchers.
Provide addiction counseling, DOT and EAP services and evaluations, offender education. Offers information about consulting and referrals.
Professional society for pharmacology scientists and researchers. Provide membership, meeting and events information. Offer access to pharmacology research articles and publications.
Visionary mushrooms: studies in ethnopharmacology.
Description of xenograft animal models used in pharm/tox preclinical research studies. Provides information about xenotransplantation methods, tumorigenic cell lines, and PDX xenograft services.
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