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Lecture 6

BIO200 Lecture 6

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Department
Biology
Course
BIO200H5
Professor
Mc Intyre Burnham
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 6 September-26-13 4:16 PM Distribution: How the molecule spread through the body to find target sites Normal distribution is not very good - Fill the water with molecules and eventually get to the target site Concentration = dose/ volume Volume = dose/ concentration If you know volume and concentration, then this will tell you how to calculate other doses Plasma - get rid of red and white blood cells, you'll be left with plasma - It is essentially serum (plasma without the clotting factor) Plasma proteins are all over the vascular system - For osmotic purposes - Bind to molecules and carry them around blood stream. Ex. Steroids Lectures Page 1 This is an estimation of concentration of what the drug produced in the blood stream Initial concentration cannot be measured (we can do serial concentrations over time, then extrapolate)
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