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An interactive computer-based tutorial to introduce the principles of the drug discovery process.
This program helps researchers, particularly those working with animals, to design more effective experiments, produce more conclusive results, improve interpretation and reduce the number of experimental animals required.
A computer simulation of experiments to demonstrate the effects of pharmacological agents on the cutaneous inflammatory response in the anaesthetised rabbit.
A computer simulation of experiments which may be performed on the isolated, perfused mammalian heart.
A computer simulation of experiments which may be performed on cat sciatic nerve-tibialis anterior muscle in vivo to teach the essentials of neuromuscular pharmacology.
This highly interactive computer-based program is designed to teach the essential physiology and pharmacology of the neuromuscular junction.
An interactive computer simulation of experiments on guinea pig airways designed to teach the fundamental pharmacology of the airways.
An interactive computer simulation of experiments to study the effects of a number of pharmacological agents on rat blood pressure in vivo.
A computer simulation of the effects of drugs on the human eye to teach autonomic pharmacology.
A computer simulation of experiments to demonstrate the effects of drugs on colonic peristalsis.
A computer simulation program to teach the effects of drugs and electrical stimulation on the enteric nervous system, using an isolated preparation of the guinea pig ileum.
This highly interactive program is divided into several sections each accessed from a menu, for example, Introduction: incidence of epilepsy, definitions, terminology, symptoms, diagnosis.
A computer simulation of experiments which may be performed on the superior cervical ganglion-nictitating membrane preparation of the cat in vivo.