Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology

Sub-atomic pharmacology manages understanding the sub-atomic reason for the activities of medications and the attributes of associations between tranquilize particles and those of the substrates of medication activity in the cell. The strategies for atomic pharmacology incorporate exact scientific, physical, synthetic, sub-atomic natural and all biochemical and cell organic systems to see how cells react to hormones or pharmacologic specialists, and how concoction structure connects with organic action.

  • Basic structures and functions of receptors
  • Key components of single transduction cascades
  • Signaling pathways
  • Pharmacological manipulation of receptors
  • Regulation of receptors