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BIOL 2214: Anatomy & Physiology I - Carey Chaney, Instructor: Action

This guide is specific to Professor Chaney's Anatomy & Physiology I drug research assignment.

When describing a drug's cellular action, explain how it influences chemical communication in the body by blocking, binding, enhancing, or mimicking. In what ways does the drug alter physiology?

Try searching the name of the drug AND pharmacology. Also try: name of the drug AND "mechanism of action"

Search Tips

Try searching:

  • name of drug AND "chemical action"
  • name of drug AND action
  • name of drug and "mechanism of action"
  • name of drug AND "cellular action"
  • name of drug AND pharmacology

For example:

  • Search 1: acetaminophen AND "chemical action"
  • Search 2: acetaminophen AND action
  • Search 3: acetaminophen and "mechanism of action"
  • Search 4: acetaminophen AND "cellular action"
  • Search 5: acetaminophen AND pharmacology

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Google

If unable to find the chemical nature in any other sources, use Google, but limit to government information to ensure accuracy and credibility. 

Limit by including this phrase: site:.gov [site colon dot gov]

  • name of the drug AND "chemical action" site:.gov
  • name of drug AND "cellular action" site:.gov.
  • name of the drug AND pharmacology

For example:

  • Search 1: acetaminophen AND "chemical action" site:.gov
  • Search 2: acetaminophen AND "cellular action" site:.gov
  • name of the drug AND pharmacology site:.gov

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