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|CY 413 - Pharmacology|
(3). Prerequisites: CY 231 and CY 232. Pharmacology is the study of drug action, which includes the mechanism of action, therapeutic use, and adverse effects of pharmaceutical agents of natural or synthetic origin. As this is a chemistry course, we will also cover structure activity relationships (SAR) of drug molecules as it relates to the receptor, enzyme, or target. This course will cover the basics of pharmacological study, then survey specific disease states such as anticancer, bone mineral homeostasis, thyroid, gonadal hormone, and glucocorticoid agents. As such, this discipline incorporates and connects concepts from organic chemistry, biochemistry, anatomy and physiology, cell biology, and genetics and is therefore applicable to all health-related disciplines.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: In-Person Instruction, Online (asynchronous)
Chemistry & Geosciences Division